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SAS transfers two landing and take-off rights (”slot-pairs”) at London Heathrow and generates a positive earnings impact of MUSD 75

March 29, 2017 Financial No Comments Email Email

SAS is the sixth largest airline operating at London Heathrow measured in number of departures and had before this transaction 19 daily slot-pairs at London Heathrow, which now will be reduced to 17 daily slot-pairs. As part of the transaction, it is agreed that SAS can continue to use these two slot-pairs for up to three years and maintain its present network.

SAS operates from London Heathrow to Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Stavanger. Even after the transaction, SAS will continue to offer a strong and comprehensive network between Scandinavia and London Heathrow. The intention is to maintain the seat capacity to/from London Heathrow through the use of larger aircraft on remaining departures.

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