Indebted SAS posts big loss but pins hope on better 2022

After cutting staff by 40 percent as part of a coronavirus rescue plan Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Thursday posted a big loss but pinned hopes on better things by 2022. The carrier unveiled a net loss of almost 9.3 billion Swedish kronor (900 million euros, $1 billion) for its fiscal year...

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