|Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 2):|
SAS has its problems, and seems to have had many issues with its long haul flights over the years.....when SAS flew LAX-CPN, SAS claimed it lost money on the route although the flights went out filled each day,
|Quoting Zbrox (Reply 6):|
I was told that SAS had a whole bunch of people working in LA at that time. And that the costs for all those people is what made the route so expensive. And since we Scandinavians are so afraid of conflicts, we rather shut down than fire anyone.
|Quoting BOAC911 (Reply 3):|
I think SAS's inter-continental network is not large enough to for an 11 plane fleet.
|Quoting UpperDeck79 (Reply 10):|
MIA would be crazy considering that SAS complains that their flights are full but they can't make any profit. MIA is 99 % tourist traffic so the yields would be very low.