SAS Boeing 737-700. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. SAS Group Wednesday reported a third-quarter net loss of SEK1.05 billion ($156.7 million), reversed from a SEK152 million profit in the year-ago period. The results were negatively affected by the European Commission’s SEK660 million air cargo price-fixing fine (ATW Daily News, Nov. 10) as well as the NOK160 million the group was ordered to pay to Norwegian Air Shuttle in a corporate espionage case (ATW Daily News, Oct. 1), SAS said ...

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