SAS raises full-year guidance
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) now expects to make a pre-tax profit for its current financial year, an improvement on earlier forecasts. Previously, SAS said “it will be challenging to reach a positive result before tax and items affecting comparability in fiscal year 2019.” However, the airline said...
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