SAS secures deals with two more lessors to cut aircraft costs

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The tail fin of a Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) airplane parked on the tarmac at Copenhagen Airport Kastrup in Copenhagen

OSLO (Reuters) – Crisis-hit airline SAS said on Tuesday it had reached agreements with two more lessors representing seven aircraft in the company’s fleet to amend the terms of existing lease contracts.

The agreements come on top of deals with 10 lessors comprising 37 planes announced on Oct. 5, the carrier said.

(Reporting by Terje Solsvik, editing by Essi Lehto)