SAS Scandinavian Airlines sharply reduced its losses for the first half of its financial year. The Scandinavian carrier reported a net loss of SKr361 million ($44.5 million) for the six months ended in April, narrowed from a loss of SKr912 million for the year-ago period. Revenue was SKr17.8 billion, up 9.2% year-over-year. Passenger traffic was up 0.9% at 12.4 million. RPKs dipped 2.5% to 13.6 billion, while ASKs slipped 2.3% to 19.3 billion. Load factor remained flat at 70.6%. SAS swung ...

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