|Quoting Brendows (Reply 4):|
SAS Group Annual Report for 2005
The two they will receive is mentioned here, on page 26 (30 out of 124 in the document,) in the table in the upper right corner. But I have no idea where the other eleven will come from, maybe from SAS Sweden or SAS Denmark?
Great news indeed, especially since it has been a very tough first half of this year for SAS Braathens.
Thank you for posting a link Brendows. I still find it strange that SAS does not announce their orders, so that they might bring some optimism at least to their employees.
The conversion from A321 to A319 just happened without an announcement as well. I might understand this, because SAS figured out the A321 was to big for their needs. But a 737 with winglets would make a good news!
SAS management has done some right things with their current fleet. They have sold and leased back their MD
, and Airbus airplanes, so when the timing is right they will replace the older MD
planes, and only time will tell what SAS ends up doing with their Intercontinental fleet.
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