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Scandinavian Airlines or SAS is the flag carrier of Sweden, Norway and Denmark and is currently the largest airline in Scandinavia.
Scandinavian Airlines is headquartered in Solna, Sweden, with their main hub located in Kastrup Airport, Copenhagen. In addition SAS also has major hubs at Stockholm Airport and Oslo Airport allowing connections to many destinations worldwide.
SAS have 4 focus airports: Bergen Airport, Goteborg Landvetter Airport, Stavanger Airport and Trondheim Airport.
The 4 focus cities are just a minority compared to the other 180 destinations served by SAS, in over 35 countries across 4 continents; Asia, Europe, North America and Africa.
Destinations in Europe include, include Aalborg, Alicante, Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Paris, Bucharest, London, Madrid, Milan and Rome. Destinations in America include Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Miami and Houston.
Destinations in Asia include Damascus, Colombo, Bangkok, Manila, Osaka, Rio de Janiero and Sao Paulo.
SAS currently has a total aircraft fleet of 135 with an additional reported 38 to be on order. Their fleet consists of Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier aircraft. Airbus aircraft includes A319-100's, A320-200/neo, A321-200, A330-300, A340-300 and A350-900's. SAS's Boeing aircraft accumulates to over 60% of their aircraft made up of 24 x 737-600, 29 x 737-700 and 29 x 737-800.
Scandinavian Airlines is one of the founding members of the Star Alliance, the world's largest airline alliance.
Founded in 1997 the Star Alliance has grown to a passenger count of 637.6 million, serving over 1,000 airports in 194 countries, which is appropriate for their slogan, 'The Way The Earth Connects'. In addition, it has codeshare agreements with Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air China, Ethiopian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, Thai Airways International and Turkish Airlines.
21st June 2018
SAS Scandinavian Airlines will now fly to Hong Kong from Copenhagen
SAS Scandinavian Airlines has announced a schedule change that will see its service from Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) now operate from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport (CPH) instead of Stockholm.
The schedule change is set to take effect on 28th October 2018 and run through until at least the end of 2019. SAS Scandinavian Airlines currently operate the Stockholm—Hong Kong service fives times a week and this will not change when the flight moves to Copenhagen. The aircraft in which SAS uses to operate the service will change though. At this time, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, use an Airbus A330-300 to fly to Hong Kong, however, this aircraft will be replaced with an Airbus A340-300 in October.
Speaking on the matter, SAS Scandinavian Airlines Executive Vice President Karl Sandlund stated that while the airline is sad to see the service move away from Stockholm, the potential financial gain from moving the flight to Copenhagen is too substantial to ignore.
24th May 2018
SAS Scandinavian Airlines will have a wifi service
Visat will supply the Scandinavian Airline, SAS, with wifi. The new in-flight Wi-Fi system is powered by Viasat and enables passengers to stream their favorite movies, use social media, send images from their seat or answer email. SAS have already installed this new upgrade into 28 of its aircraft and expects the vast majority of its fleet to be Wi-Fi-enabled by the first quarter of 2020.
14th September 2017
SAS pilot strike action called off as last-minute agreement reached
Norway’s airline association (Norsk Flygerforbund) and pilots’ union Parat have reached an agreement with the Federation of Norwegian Industries (NHO Luftfart) and airline SAS over tariffs, thereby avoiding potential strike action.
11th September 2017
SAS to launch new flights from Denmark’s Aarhus Airport
Denmark’s Aarhus Airport has signed a new cooperation agreement with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) to establish a large number of new routes to European cities.
Focused mainly on benefitting business and leisure passengers, the new services will help the airport’s traffic to increase by more than 50%.
Aarhus Airport board member Torben Boldsen said: “Business in and around Aarhus require frequent departures to Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo and to meet these demands SAS is an extremely, strong player.
“We are facing an increase of airport traffic in excess of 50%, and the new agreement, therefore, has great significance not only for Aarhus Airport but also the business industry and habitants of Eastern Jutland.”
"We are facing an increase of airport traffic in excess of 50%."
Aarhus Mayor Jacob Bundsgaard said that the collaboration will not only benefit the airport, but also be an advantage for the city.
SAS executive vice-president Lars Sandahl Sørensen said: “We have acted on the consumers’ wishes, as well as Aarhus and Eastern Jutland’s vision to expand and invest independently.
“We see it as our responsibility to strengthen the logistical link between east and west Denmark, and to make the world more available for Jutland. Also, Aarhus is increasingly attractive for many foreign companies, not least with regards to the tourist industry, and we therefore believe, the city has great potential.”
The new routes by the airline from Aarhus Airport are slated to be announced in October.
SAS annunced it could move all intercontinental flights from Stockholm to Copenhagen
SAS said that aside from moving long-haul flights to Copenhagen, the tax could also force the airline to shut down local flights within Sweden. Should Sweden impose an airplane tax, as its government has been considering since late last year, the Scandinavian airline SAS has threatened to move all intercontinental flights from Stockholm to Copenhagen and Helsinki. In a hearing answer, SAS informed the Swedish government that its prospective tax would lead to a 35 million kroner extra tax bill for the airline on its intercontinental flights annually.
On November 30 last year, the Swedish government announced it was considering an airplane tax from 1 January 2018. The tax will aim to reduce the impact of air traffic on the climate and could net the Swedish state about 1.75 billion Swedish kroner annually.
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Copenhagen Airport is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark and is the hub for Scandinavian Airlines. It is the busiest airport for international travel in Scandinanvia. Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavian and Norwegian Air Shuttle also use Copenhagen Airport as a hub for their operations too.
The airport has three runaways and has a passenger capacity of 27 million every year. Other airlines which fly to and from Copenhagen Airport include Aegan Airlines, Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Bulgaria Air, Croatia Airlines, KLM, Montenegro Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle and many others.
Star Alliance is the leading global airline network, which has 27 member airlines. Star Alliance was founded in 1997 with the five founding airlines: Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, Air Canada, Lufthansa and United Airlines. The alliance has grown considerably now to airlines which fly to 1,321 airports and 193 countries, carrying 637 million passengers every year!
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SAS Scandinavian Airlines is more than an airline it’s a master brand which is attached to both airlines and hotels attempting to capture the essence of Scandinavian style and culture. It is a founder member of the Star Alliance and incorporates airlines including SAS Braathens of Norway, Wideroe, Spanair, Blue 1, Air Baltic and Estonian Air. It also has interests in Hotel groups Radisson and Rezidor.
Worldwide destinations include Seattle, Washington, Chicago and New York in the US; Hurghada, Sharm el Sheik, Malabo and Dubai; Beijing, Bangkok, Tokyo and Shanghai.
Within Scandinavia they have an unrivalled network to the provincial outposts up to and beyond the Artic circle.
A massive route network needs a massive varied fleet and that’s what SAS have: 137 aircraft from the Boeing 737, Airbus 319,321,330 and 340, MD81, 82 and 87 to the smaller Fokker 50. If that wasn’t enough they have placed orders for a further 20 aircraft!
SAS Flights to Stockholm
SAS Scandinavian Airlines has recently commenced flying out from Stockholm to several new destinations. These include Beijing, Trondheim, Glasgow, Reykjavik, Munich, Kittila and New Delhi. There are also summer only routes from Stockholm to Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Bergen, Lyon and Bristol.
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