SAS Reports Passenger Traffic Up

The Scandinavian Airlines System said Monday that passenger traffic rose 6.4 percent in April year-on-year after a 6.8 percent rise in March.

The carrier, half owned by the governments of Sweden, Denmark and Norway, said its passenger load factor – a measure of how successful it is in filling its seats – rose 6.3 points to 73.4 percent.

SAS says traffic figures were hit by the Easter holiday and a strike by Norwegian cabin crew which affected flights for three days.

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