SAS Looks to Shrink Fleet Under Restructuring

DALLAS – Scandinavian Airlines (SK), or SAS for short, is seeking to offload several of its wide-bodied Airbus jets as it pushes on with its cost-cutting plan.

SAS has chosen two Airbus A350-900s (SE-RSB and SE-RSC) and three A330-300s (LN-RKS, LN-RKU and LN-RKT) to be returned to their lessors.

It also hopes to hand back three Airbus A320neos (EI-SIF, SE-ROD and SE-ROC), plus a single A321 (OY-KBL) and Boeing 737-700 (SE-RET).

SAS Boeing 737-705 (LN-TUM). Photo: Alberto Cucini/Airways.

Cornerstone of Restructuring

The move forms part of the carriers restructuring program known as ‘SAS FORWARD.’ CEO Anko van der Werff read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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