Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), having rebounded from disruptive pilot strikes just before the summer peak season, is eying incremental growth opportunities while also recognizing a bigger-picture need to satisfy a growing demand for more environmentally friendly operations. The Stockholm-based carrier flew 2.96 million passengers in June—a record for the 73-year-old airline. It followed up with 2.84 million passengers in July—its best July ever. The marks were particularly notable ...


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