SAS gives notice in Stockholm
150 full-time services in Stockholm will be removed when SAS are cutting costs.
The layoffs are part of a program that will save one billion Swedish crowns for SAS. The goal is to cut down on staff-related costs by six percent. Niclas Härenstam, Head of SAS Sweden, says to DN that the company was open to other options like wage cuts and reduced working hours. However the union has refused to agree to wage cuts.