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Denmark: SAS cabin crew wildcat

SAS aircraft

Crews at the Swedish carrier SAS AB walked out in a wildcat yesterday morning after pay and pensions talks broke down.

Denmark: hundreds wildcat at public broadcaster

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Hundreds of employees at Denmark's public broadcaster walked out in a wildcat strike yesterday against plans to cut over 10% of the workforce.

France: Protests take international turn

As the protests agains the First Employment Contract (CPE) continue in France, young workers and students across the world have begun to show support for the French movement or take similar action themselves.

Legal threats and intimidation see end to pilots' wildcat strike

Pilots with Scandinavian airline SAS have called off their strike after three days. The dispute, which grounded over 1,000 flights and spread across two countries was ended after SAS took pilots' unions to court in Denmark, Norway and Sweden demanding over €1,000 compensation from each pilot.

Scandinavian pilots' wildcat stoppage spreads

Hundreds of flights have been cancelled and tens of thousands of passengers stranded as the Scandinavian airlines pilots' wildcat strike continues to spread and enters its third day.

Scandinavian planes grounded by international wildcat strikes

Wildcat strikes by pilots for Scandinavian airline SAS have forced the company to cancel a large number of flights from Copenhagen.