SAS reports year-end loss of $148 million

SAS Scandinavian Airlines A321. By Rob Finlayson SAS Scandinavian Airlines reported a year-end net loss of SEK985 million ($148 million), worsened from a SEK338 million net income in the year-ago period. The airline said the loss was due to a SEK1.4 billion hit from restructuring costs and other non...

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