Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is working to reduce its negative carbon footprint with more fuel-efficient aircraft, president & CEO Rickard Gustafson said as the company delivered what he called “disappointing” third-quarter results. “With new aircraft from Airbus, our emissions will be reduced up to 18% on short-haul and up to 30% on long-haul flights,” he said. SAS is keenly aware of the Swedish flygskam, or flight shame movement that encourages people to stop ...

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