SAS Scandinavian Airlines will unveil a new long-term plan next month called Strategy 2011 that will outline its future fleet and efficiency goals. CEO Mats Jansson, who took the helm Jan. 1, told ATWOnline in Copenhagen this week that the plan will focus on "cutting costs further, planning growth for the future and improving the structure of our nine SAS airlines." It will target €2.7 billion ($3.66 billion) in cost savings within five years, according to press reports. But an ...

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