Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is heading toward a better annual result than last year, following a strong summer season, CEO Rickard Gustafson said Sept. 5. Unveiling the carrier’s 3Q figures, Gustafson said that a combination of a stronger revenue trend, positive currency effects and new efficiency measures had given the airline “a significant year-on-year improvement” on the year-ago period. However, Gustafson said clouds were looming on the horizon, in the form of a ...

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