SAS Scandinavian Airlines has said it would be willing to sell Danish regional Cimber as part of a shift to externally wet lease regional flights. Cimber, which operates 12 Bombardier CRJ900s on wet lease to SAS, was founded in May 2012 after the bankruptcy of low-cost carrier Cimber Sterling. The Sønderborg-headquartered regional faced closure in late 2014 to early 2015, when SAS said it would not renew its wet-lease contract, but SAS ultimately acquired 100% of Cimber for DKK 20 ...

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