Efficiency measures, currency movements improve SAS figures

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) reported improved figures for the first quarter of its financial year, noting that long-term efforts to improve its market position continue to bear fruit.The airline reported a net loss for the quarter ended Jan. 31 of SEK239 million ($29.1 million), more than halving...

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