Fred Olsen sells his airline (Aftenposten)

Norwegian shipowner and industrialist Fred Olsen is getting out of the airline business. The companies his family controls will sell the cut-rate carrier Sterling, which played a key role in radically changing the commercial airline business in Scandinavia, to Icelandic investors.


Posted March 21, 2005

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