Paris 2011: SAS opens chequebook at Air Show, rethinks Nordic strategy

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Scandinavian carrier SAS captured headlines on the first day of the Paris Air Show, with an order for 30 A320neo aircraft and an option for 11 more, to be powered by CFM’s LEAP-X engine. The airline, which has struggled to make money in recent years, has also announced plans to adjust its strategy in Northern Europe.

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