SAS is Diving Further

Compared with January last year, the decline is 85 percent.

SAS has significantly reduced capacity, but the number of passengers has become even fewer. The cabin factor, a measure of how well-stocked the plan is, fell by three percentage points since December to 30 percent in January.

Compared with January last year, the decline is 85 percent.

Of course, SAS has significantly reduced capacity, but the number of passengers has become even fewer. The cabin factor, a measure of how well-stocked the plan is, fell by three percentage points since December to 30 percent in January.

“The increased restrictions mean that we assess that demand and thus our capacity will remain at continued low levels for the rest of the winter season,” writes SAS CEO Rickard Gustafson in a press release.