SAS Scandinavian Airlines reported a second-quarter net loss of SKr388 million ($59.3 million), narrowed 7.5% from a SKr429 million loss in the year-ago period. + The airline said the improvement was due to its 4XNG restructuring plan. “With the continued restructuring of SAS and aggressive measures for our customers, we are creating, step by step, a more competitive company with a more stable financial situation,” SAS CEO Rickard Gustafson said. For the period ...

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