SAS Scandinavian Airlines Boeing 737-700
SAS Scandinavian Airlines has agreed to sell 80% of its shares in regional subsidiary Widerøe to a group of Norwegian investors for approximately SEK2 billion ($307 million) as part of its ongoing efforts to cut costs and return to profitability. ...
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