April 8 2022  |  People

SAS names new Head of Sustainability

By Rick Lundstrom

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) announced today that Ann-Sofie Hörlin will be its new Head of Sustainability.

Hörlin was most recently as Head of Sustainability at Malmö Aviation and BRA. In recent years, she has been working as an investment manager at Almi Invest and has held several board positions in growth companies.

SAS’ ongoing transformation towards sustainable aviation has previously been led by Lars Andersen Resare, who has left SAS for other opportunities outside company.

“I am very pleased to welcome Ann-Sofie Hörlin to SAS. Ann-Sofie will bring extensive experience from sustainability work to our company, and she will be absolutely instrumental in driving SAS’ ambitious sustainability agenda to reduce SAS CO2 emissions with 25 percent by 2025,” said Carina Malmgren Heander, Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff at SAS.

“I am really looking forward to returning to the aviation industry and continue SAS' sustainability journey, reducing climate impact and improving our sustainability position. We all have to contribute to the sustainable development goals to achieve a better world, where aviation has its natural place,” said Hörlin.

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