Sweden, Norway Sell Down Stakes In SAS

Credit: Adrian Pingstone
FRANKFURT—The governments of Norway and Sweden have started the process of fully privatizing SAS Scandinavian Airlines, the largest European airline that still is majority state-owned. Norway reduced its stake from 14.2% to 11.5%, and Sweden went from 21.3% to 17.1%. The divestment entails 23...
Jens Flottau

Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Jens is executive editor and leads Aviation Week Network’s global team of journalists covering commercial aviation.

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