SAS Scandinavian Airlines Boeing 737-700. By Rob Finlayson SAS Scandinavian Airlines has secured approvals to access a new SEK3.5 billion ($533 million) credit line after getting union buy-in for its restructuring plan. In October, SAS was forced to halt trading on the Stockholm Stock Exchange following media rumors about its financial stability. It then delayed publication of its third-quarter results while it worked to finalize new credit lines. Access to the funding was ...

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