Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) issued preliminary financial results Nov. 3, prior to releasing its full-year financial figures on Dec. 12. The carrier’s financial year ended Oct. 31. The airline anticipates full-year revenue for 2016/17 to amount to roughly SEK42.5 billion ($5.2 billion), compared to SEK39.5 billion for the preceding 12 months, with pre-tax income of around SEK1.7 billion, up from SEK1.4 billion for the previous year. In its forthcoming 2017-18 financial year SAS ...

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