Scandinavian Airlines Boeing 737-700. By Rob Finlayson Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), which has made strong progress toward the airline’s 4 Excellence NG turnaround plan, is moving forward with plans to harmonize its fleet. In March 2012, it announced plans to replace 3,520 seats in its narrowbody fleet with new lightweight, slim economy-class seats, beginning with its Boeing 737-800s. SAS regional manager-Central Europe Bjorn Ekegren told ATW last week at the ITB tourism fair ...

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