SAS Group reported that its second-quarter net profit more than tripled to SEK499 million ($66.2 million) from SEK147 million in the year-ago period and President and CEO Jorgen Lindegaard reiterated that the company expects to achieve a profit this year, "provided there are no important changes in the business environment or further significant increases in jet fuel prices." Group operating revenues rose 5.8% to SEK16 billion and operating income soared to SEK949 million from SEK251 million ...

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