SAS Scandinavian Airlines recorded net income of SEK805 million ($94 million) for the third quarter of its financial year ended July 31, marginally up on the SEK800 million earned for the year-ago period. Revenue was also up slightly, reaching SEK11.1 billion, compared to SEK11 billion a year previously. SAS’s capacity, measured in ASKs, increased 8.9%, primarily attributable to an increase in intercontinental traffic, with the carrier having introduced three new long-haul routes this ...

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