SAS 737-700. By Rob Finlayson SAS Group reported a net loss of SEK1.7 billion ($255 million) for the full-year 2011, narrowed 24.2% from a net loss of SEK2.23 billion in 2010. It sustained a net loss of SEK2.08 billion in the fourth quarter, reversed from a SEK47 million net profit in the 2010 December quarter. The bankruptcy of Spanair hurt the results, the company said (ATW Daily News, Jan. 27). "We were unable to deliver marginally positive earnings for the full-year 2011 ...

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