SAS Posts 38% Rise In Fiscal 2018 Profit, Sees Challenging 2019

Credit: Rob Finlayson
A combination of strong passenger demand, nimble capacity allocation and increased internal efficiencies steered Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) to an increased net profit for fiscal 2018.The tri-national carrier recorded net income of SEK1.59 billion ($176 million), a significant 38% rise on the...

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