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SAS CEO says company on right track after split
SAS Scandinavian Airlines President and CEO Joergen Lindegaard said he has no doubt that the spinoff of the multinational airline into four units--SAS Danmark, SAS Sverige, SAS Braathens and SAS International--last October was the right decision and in some parts there is already success to report.
"On the operational side, it is important that we have now more speed to change and adapt new strategies. With the four airlines, everyone is more flexible," Lindegaard told ATWOnline in Stockholm.