Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) now expects to make a pre-tax profit for its current fiscal 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 2019.”  However, the airline said strong passenger figures and improved unit revenue have caused it to raise its guidance. It now estimates that “earnings before tax and items affecting comparability” is ...

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