SAS Braathens CEO Petter Jansen resigned from the airline yesterday, a day after disagreeing with the airline's board about the future direction of the Norwegian carrier, which is the largest member of the Scandinavian Airlines Businesses unit of SAS Group. Although SAS Braathens was the only member of SAB to post an operating or pre-tax profit in 2005, it has been hit by labor unrest in 2006 that contributed to first-quarter losses. "Petter has done a good job at SAS Braathens," said ...

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