Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has reported a SEK576 million ($64 million) first-quarter net loss for the November-January period, widened from a SEK291 million loss it posted in the year-ago period. The Swedish flag carrier said underlying reasons for the deepened loss—for the 1Q of its 2018-19 financial year—included a weak Swedish kroner against the US dollar, rising fuel prices, and economic and political uncertainty such as Brexit. SAS president and CEO Rickard Gustafson said ...

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