Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has sold a pair of slots at capacity-constrained London Heathrow Airport to Turkish Airlines, marking its second slot disposal this year. In February, SAS announced plans to transfer one of its 21 slot pairs to an unnamed “major international carrier” from March 29, trimming its total portfolio to 20 daily pairs. According to information released with SAS’ first-quarter results, this initial sale generated an $82 million capital gain, which will ...

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