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SAS and pilot unions unable to reach deal, talks to resume Thursday

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -Scandinavian airline SAS and unions representing striking pilots were unable reach a collective bargaining agreement on Wednesday, with negotiations to resume on Thursday as a crippling strike will enter its 11th day. The pilots strike, which started in July 4, cost $10 million to $13 million a day and forced SAS to cancel more 1,200 flights at the peak of the summer travel season. “We have decided to stop tonight and we continue tomorrow,” Roger Klokset from the union representing Norwegian SAS pilots, told Norwegian daily VG.