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SAS AB (SAS.ST)

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SAS says traffic down 1 pct in October
Thursday, 8 Nov 2018 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::SAS TRAFFIC FIGURES - OCTOBER 2018.SAYS CAPACITY (ASK) AND TRAFFIC (RPK) DECLINED BY 0.6% AND 1.0%, RESPECTIVELY..SAYS PASSENGER LOAD FACTOR DECLINED BY 0.3 P.P. TO 74.6%..SAYS NOMINAL YIELD AND PASK INCREASED BY 6.6% AND 6.2%, RESPECTIVELY..SAYS CURRENCY ADJUSTED YIELD AND PASK INCREASED BY 1.3% AND 0.9%, RESPECTIVELY..SAYS CAPACITY GROWTH IN SCANDINAVIAN MARKET HAS BEEN 4-5% DURING 2018.SAYS CAPACITY GROWTH IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE DURING LATE FALL AND WINTER 2018/19.SAYS SAS PLANS TO INCREASE CAPACITY BY AROUND 2% IN FISCAL YEAR 2018/19, PRIMARILY DUE TO MORE SEATS IN AIRBUS A320NEO.  Full Article

SAS says total traffic increased 4.8 pct in September
Friday, 5 Oct 2018 

Oct 5 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::SAS TRAFFIC FIGURES - SEPTEMBER 2018.SAYS TOTAL SCHEDULED CAPACITY (ASK) AND TRAFFIC (RPK) INCREASED BY 2.4% AND 4.8%, RESPECTIVELY.SAYS SCHEDULED PASSENGER LOAD FACTOR INCREASED BY 1.8 P.P. TO 78.0%.SAYS NOMINAL YIELD AND PASK CHANGED BY +4.9% AND +7.3%, RESPECTIVELY.SAYS CURRENCY ADJUSTED YIELD AND PASK CHANGED BY -2.6% AND -0.4%, RESPECTIVELY.SAYS GOING FORWARD CAPACITY GROWTH IS EXPECTED TO ACCELERATE EVEN FURTHER DURING LATE FALL AND WINTER 2018/19.  Full Article

SAS says Government of Greenland will consider buying 37.5% stake in Air Greenland
Wednesday, 12 Sep 2018 

Sept 12 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::JOINT STATEMENT REGARDING AIR GREENLAND A/S.SAYS SAS AND GOVERNMENT OF GREENLAND ALSO ANNOUNCE THAT GOVERNMENT OF GREENLAND WILL CONSIDER BUYING 37.5% STAKE IN AIR GREENLAND OWNED BY SAS.  Full Article

SAS says total traffic increased 5 pct in Aug
Friday, 7 Sep 2018 

Sept 7 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::SAS TRAFFIC FIGURES - AUGUST 2018.SAYS TOTAL TRAFFIC (RPK) AND CAPACITY (ASK) INCREASED BY 5% AND 5.2%, RESPECTIVELY.SAYS PASSENGER LOAD FACTOR DECREASED BY 0.1 P.P. TO 79.8%.SAYS NOMINAL YIELD AND PASK INCREASED BY 4% AND 5%, RESPECTIVELY.SAYS CURRENCY ADJUSTED YIELD AND PASK CHANGED BY -1% AND 0%, RESPECTIVELY.SAYS CAPACITY GROWTH IN SCANDINAVIAN MARKET HAS BEEN APPROXIMATELY 4-5% DURING 2018 VERSUS. LAST YEAR.SAYS GOING FORWARD CAPACITY GROWTH IS EXPECTED TO ACCELERATE EVEN FURTHER DURING LATE FALL AND WINTER 2018/2019.SAYS IN FISCAL YEAR 2017/2018, SAS IS INCREASING CAPACITY (ASK) BY AROUND 1-2%.SAYS IN FISCAL YEAR 2018/2019, SAS' INDICATIVE PLAN IS TO INCREASE CAPACITY (ASK) BY AROUND 1-3%, PRIMARILY DUE TO MORE SEATS IN AIRBUS A320NEO RELATIVE TO NUMBER OF SEATS IN AIRCRAFT BEING REPLACED.  Full Article

Norway launches sale of its remaining shares in SAS
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2018 

June 26 (Reuters) - Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries::NORWAY LAUNCHES SALE OF ITS REMAINING 37,800,000 SHARES IN SAS AIRLINE -MINISTRY OF TRADE.NORWAY'S STAKE CORRESPONDS TO 9.88 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ORDINARY SHARES IN SAS.NORDEA, PARETO AND UBS ACT AS JOINT GLOBAL COORDINATORS AND BOOKRUNNERS FOR THE TRANSACTION.SAYS THE NORWEGIAN STATE'S OWNERSHIP IN SAS HAS BEEN PURELY COMMERCIAL, AND IT DOES NOT EXPECTED THAT THE COMPANY WILL BE MAKING STRATEGIC OR OPERATIONAL CHANGES FOLLOWING THE TRANSACTION.  Full Article

SAS scheduled traffic rose 1.6 pct in May
Friday, 8 Jun 2018 

June 8 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::SAS TRAFFIC FIGURES - MAY 2018.SAYS SCHEDULED NUMBER OF PASSENGERS INCREASED BY 3.8% TO 2.7 MILLION IN MAY.SAYS LOAD FACTOR INCREASED TO 74.1%, UP 0.1 P.P. VERSUS LAST YEAR.SAYS SCHEDULED TRAFFIC (RPK) INCREASED 1.6% AND CAPACITY (ASK) INCREASED 1.5%.SAYS COMPARED TO LAST YEAR, PRELIMINARY CURRENCY ADJUSTED YIELD AND PASK WERE UNCHANGED, WHILE NOMINAL YIELD AND PASK INCREASED 4%.SAYS THE CAPACITY IN THE SCANDINAVIAN MARKET HAS ACCELERATED DURING THE WINTER 2017/2018 AND SPRING 2018. THIS ACCELERATED CAPACITY GROWTH IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE DURING THE SUMMER/AUTUMN 2018.  Full Article

SAS scheduled traffic increased 4.5 pct in March
Monday, 9 Apr 2018 

April 9 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::MARCH 2018.SAYS SCHEDULED TRAFFIC (RPK) INCREASED 4.5% WHILE CAPACITY (ASK) DECREASED 0.3%.SAYS LOAD FACTOR INCREASED BY 3.4 P.U. VERSUS LAST YEAR TO 73.1%.SAYS PRELIMINARY CURRENCY ADJUSTED YIELD DECREASED 3% WHILE PASK INCREASED 2% IN MARCH 2018 VERSUS LAST YEAR.SAYS SCHEDULED NUMBER OF PASSENGERS AMOUNTED TO 2.4 MILLION IN MARCH.SAYS CAPACITY IN SCANDINAVIAN MARKET HAS ACCELERATED DURING AUTUMN AND WINTER 2017/2018 IN LINE WITH SAS'S EXPECTATIONS.SAYS THIS TREND IS ALSO EXPECTED TO CONTINUE DURING SPRING 2018.  Full Article

SAS says scheduled traffic decreased 4 pct in December
Wednesday, 10 Jan 2018 

Jan 10 (Reuters) - Sas Ab ::SAYS ‍SCHEDULED TRAFFIC (RPK) DECREASED 3.8% AND CAPACITY (ASK) WAS UP 1%.​.SAYS ‍LOAD FACTOR DECREASED BY 3.8 P.U. VERSUS LAST YEAR TO 68.8%.​.SAYS ‍PRELIMINARY CURRENCY ADJUSTED YIELD INCREASED 5% AND PASK WAS FLAT IN DECEMBER 2017 VERSUS. LAST YEAR​.  Full Article

SAS says appoints new CFO
Thursday, 14 Dec 2017 

Dec 14 (Reuters) - SAS AB ::SAS APPOINTS NEW CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER AND INCREASES ITS FOCUS ON KEY STRATEGIC VENTURES.SAYS ‍SAS HAS TODAY APPOINTED TORBJØRN WIST AS NEW EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) AFTER GÖRAN JANSSON, WHO WILL ASSUME OVERALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR GROUP STRATEGY, SAS GROWTH INITIATIVES, AIRCRAFT FLEET AND STRATEGIC SOURCING​.  Full Article

SAS CFO: Exploring how to finance 40-50 new aircraft beyond F/Y2021
Tuesday, 12 Dec 2017 

Dec 12 (Reuters) - SAS CFO Goran Jansson to analysts and media in a telephone conference::SAS CFO SAYS SAS NEEDS TO INVEST AN ESTIMATED 2-3 BILLION SEK IN 40-50 AIRCRAFT BEYOND F/Y2021 AND IS EXPLORING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MARKET FOR THE FINANCING.  Full Article

UPDATE 1-Norway proposes increased tax on long haul flights, cut for short haul

OSLO, Oct 8 The Norwegian government proposed on Monday to raise the tax on airline tickets to non-European destinations to 200 Norwegian crowns ($24.13) from 80 crowns currently.