SAS Suffers Huge Loss in 1st Quarter

The troubled Scandinavian Airline, SAS, has announced a lost of nearly 130 million U.S. dollars for the first quarter of the year.

The company owned jointly by Sweden, Norway and Denmark says this was expected - but still unacceptable.

The number of passengers diminished by 15% during this period.

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