SAS Scandinavian Airlines (SK), which has been working to return to profitability, is considering more cost-cutting initiatives.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines A321. By Rob Finlayson SAS Scandinavian Airlines (SK), which has been working to return to profitability, is considering more cost-cutting initiatives. “We still need to find a way to further strengthen our profitability and generate more cash,” SK president and CEO Rickard Gustafson told ATW on the sidelines of last week’s IATA annual general meeting and summit in Beijing. He said the carrier has a “very strong financial base ...
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