SAS Group expects return to profitability in 2005

The SAS Group reported a net income of MSEK 529 (1994 = MSEK 133) for the third quarter and MSEK 57 (1994 = MSEK -1,094) for the nine-month period ending September 2005. The new business model in Europe and within Scandinavia, with one-way fares and simplified rules increased both the number of sold tickets and the cabin factor increased. The SAS Group is expects to gain market share. As the number of low-fare tickets increases, yield will be negatively affected in the future but this is expected to be compensated by higher volumes.

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