Swedish airports operator Swedavia saw a 4% decrease in passenger numbers to 19.6 million in the first half. Profit for the period was SKR259 million ($27.6 million), down 12% from SKR294 million ($31.4 million) in the year-ago half. The results were triggered by a weak Swedish krona, increased debates on climate impact of air travel, national aviation tax, and a Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) pilot strike from April 26 through May 2. During the first half, the group generated SKR3.1 billion ...

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