SAS is eager to sell its 20% stake in bmi and pull out of the loss-making joint venture with the British carrier and Lufthansa on European routes, the Financial Times reported. In an interview with the newspaper, SAS Chief Executive Joergen Lindegaard conceded that the JV cost the carrier SEK1.5 billion (£182.1 million) in losses between 2000 and September this year. It expects a further loss from the venture of SEK450 million for the current year. Under terms of the so-called ...

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