SAS Scandinavian Airlines posted a loss after tax of SEK75 million ($9.3 million) for the first half of its financial year, substantially reduced from a loss of SEK361 million for the same period last year. Revenue for the half-year, which ended in April, dipped slightly, to SEK 17.2 billion compared to SEK17.8 billion last time. A substantial factor in the half-year loss was adverse currency exchange rates, which had a negative impact of SEK875 million on operating income over the period, ...

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