SAS sells rest of holding in Widerøe

Remaining shares being divested on June 30
In September 2013, SAS sold 80% of the shares in Widerøe AS (Widerøe) to WF Holding AS (WF Holding), an investment company controlled by Torghatten ASA. At the same time it said that the remaining shares would be divested during 2016.
SAS has now together with WF Holding agreed to sell the remaining holding of 20% to WF Holding, according to the sales agreement.
The shares are being transferred on June 30. SAS assured in a statement that the transfer would not affect its earnings or cash position during the current fiscal year, and that Widerøe would continue to be a regional partner to SAS.
TTG Nordic


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