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SAS strike causes chaos at Copenhagen Airport

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Passengers were fuming on Thursday evening as all SAS flights from Copenhagen Airport were grounded due to a spontaneous strike.

A spontaneous strike by SAS Ground Holding grounded all of the airline's flights from Copenhagen Airport for a few hours on Thursday, The Local Denmark reported.

Baggage workers suddenly stopped working at 6:30pm.

"All of the bags are just sitting outside," a stranded passenger told The Local.

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SAS Ground Handling, the largest aircraft ground handling company in Scandinavia, serves more than 30 Scandinavian airports. SAS headquarters are located at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm.

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The strike was reportedly a result of SAS leadership laying off 900 baggage handlers in order to force new negotiations on a local level. Shortly before 10pm the strike was called off, as suddenly as it began. 

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