Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)—which announced plans in December 2014 to “reboot” its Blue1 subsidiary by replacing its nine Boeing 717s with 737-600s from its mainline fleet—is now rethinking the plan. SAS had also planned to transform Blue1 to a role as a wet-lease operator for the parent company, operating lower-capacity routes and providing backup for SAS’s mainline operations. “SAS is currently phasing out Blue1’s fleet of Boeing 717, which will ...

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