SAS Scandinavian Airlines A321. By Rob Finlayson The Stockholm Stock Exchange has halted the trade in shares of SAS Scandinavian Airlines after rumors in the media over the company’s financial situation, an SAS spokesperson confirmed to ATW. Reacting to the news, SAS released a statement, saying that on Nov. 8 it will report a positive result for the third quarter—an EBT of SEK568 million ($85 million), a 9% growth in passenger revenue and a 6% reduction in unit ...

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