Scandinavian airline SAS said on Friday 5 August that its total number of passengers decreased by 32% in July compared with June, due to a 15-day pilot strike in July.
SAS also said that its capacity by 23% in July compared with June, due to the 15-day pilot strike in July.
SAS grounded some 3,700 flights during the crippling strike that left 380,000 passengers stranded.
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