SAS Q1 loss widens on fuel prices, economic uncertainty

SAS A321. By Rob Finlayson SAS Group reported a first-quarter loss of SEK729 million ($108 million), compounding the SEK373 million loss incurred for the year-ago period (ATW Daily News, May 11, 2011). The airline attributed the results primarily due to the weak economic climate, high jet fuel...

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