SAS Group narrowed its first-quarter loss by nearly 36% to SEK748 million ($91.4 million) from the SEK1.16 billion reported in the year-ago period, although it said that "uncertainty with regard to when recovery will begin is considerable" and that it is pressing ahead with its Core SAS efficiency program. "The company's stable and positive yield trend in the current market climate indicates that we essentially have a strong brand and loyal customers who value our product," President and CEO ...

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