SAS Scandinavian Airlines (SK, Copenhagen Kastrup) has come to terms with another aircraft lessor and has now successfully renegotiated aircraft and equipment lease terms with 13 lessors representing 46 planes. On November 15, SAS Scandinavian confirmed that it had reached an agreement with Bocomm Leasing concerning three widebodies on lease to the airline.

According to the ch-aviation fleets modules, Shanghai-based Bocomm Leasing has three A330-300s at the carrier namely LN-RKS (msn 1665), LN-RKT (msn 1697), and LN-RKU (msn 1715). The LN-RKT and LN-RKU lease arrangements end on December 31, 2026, while the lease for LN-RKS runs until September 22, 2027.

"We continue to make progress in our chapter 11 process," said SAS Scandinavian CEO Anko van der Werff. "We are grateful to our lessors for working constructively with us. We will continue to take necessary action and pursue additional lease amendments."

In early October, the airline said it had renegotiated its leases with ten firms covering 36 aircraft including AerCap, Aergo Capital, Aircastle, ALAFCO, Avolon, CDB Aviation, DAE Capital, ICBC Financial Leasing, ORIX Aviation, and SDH Wings International Leasing. Earlier in November, SAS Scandinavian added two more lessors and seven planes to the list - Carlyle Aviation Partners and SMBC Aviation Capital. When SAS Scandinavian entered into Chapter 11 in early July, it had 83 aircraft subject to operating leases, debt financings, or other similar arrangements.