Scandinavian Airlines plans to make a decision on its future long-haul strategy within the next year, Deputy CEO John Dueholm told reporters in Stockholm Friday. The airline is looking at expanding its long-haul presence by 20% and would have to add more aircraft to realize the growth. As part of its studies, SAS is considering new long-haul routes from Oslo, such as to Chicago and Bangkok, and wants to retain its Stockholm operation as well. The decision not to concentrate its 11 ...
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