SAS cautiously optimistic after fiscal first-half loss

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) still expects to turn in a pre-tax profit for its 2016-2017 financial year despite a sharp increase in losses in the fiscal year’s first half. The airline turned in a net loss of SEK876 million ($101 million) for the six months ending Apr. 30 2017, compared to a net loss...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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