Nordic carrier SAS has recorded a loss of over SEK2 billion ($235 million), in Q3 as the firm continues to battle the impact of COVID  19. SAS, which is in talks to secure support from its main owners, the governments of Sweden and Denmark, said pre-tax losses in Q 3 were in contrast to a SEK1.49 billion a year earlier. Sales fell 81% year-on-year  to SEK2.5 billion. “Demand continues to return slowly and in line with the estimated ramp-up plan we presented in the second quarter,” Rickard Gustafson, SAS’ chief executive said. He said that the airline expected to reach 30%-40%

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