Scandinavian airline SAS cancelled more than 1,200 flights as members of the Scandinavian pilot unions went on strike since Friday.
As a consequence of the strike, domestic, European and long-haul flights have been canceled, and thousands of travelers are affected.
Flights operated by SAS Ireland and airlines that are subcontractors of SAS will not be affected by the strike.
On Friday, April 26, 673 flights were canceled affecting over 72,000 passengers.
The airline cancelled 667 flights scheduled for Monday and 546 departures on Tuesday, affecting 100,000 passengers.
The pilots demanding a 13 percent pay hike and predictable working hours, but the airline says Pilots are already at high average wages of 93,000 Swedish crowns ($9,777) a month.
Sydbank analysts have estimated the strike costs the airline 60-80 million Swedish crowns per day, a rate which would wipe out the expected net profit this year in just two weeks.