SAS CEO Rickard Gustafson apologized for the airline’s poor operational performance during the 2018 summer season, casting a shadow over a record fiscal third-quarter performance which saw the airline climb to a SEK1.55 billion ($169 million) net profit. Announcing SAS’ fiscal year 2017/2018 third-quarter results Aug. 31, Gustafson described the May to July figures as “one of the strongest quarterly results in the company’s history,” which he said showed the ...

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