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SAS Interim report January-June 2001

August 8, 2001 16:16

• Weaker economic growth and demand in key markets are the main reasons for SAS’s weak result in the second quarter.

• Operating revenue rose 12.7% to MSEK 25,948.

• A provision has been made for the entire amount of the MEUR 39.375 fine imposed on SAS by the European Commission.

• Earnings before depreciation and leasing costs for aircraft (EBITDAR) increased by 10.6% to MSEK 2,555 (2,310) in the first half of 2001.

• Income before taxesamounted to MSEK 220 (765). Income for the second quarter was MSEK 180 (1,055).

• Earnings per share for the half year for the SAS AB Group amounted to SEK 0.86 (3.34) and equity per share amounted to SEK 103.20 (96.16).


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