SAS Scandinavian Airlines 737-700. By Rob Finlayson SAS Scandinavian Airlines has deferred publication of its third-quarter results while it works to finalize credit lines and cement plans to sell-off of some of its assets. Recently, SAS was forced to suspend trading on the Stockholm Stock Exchange following speculation about its financial position. The carrier responded, reassuring investors it would publish a third-quarter EBT of SEK568 million ($85 million) Nov. 8 (ATW Daily ...

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