SAS has introduced a new option for passengers to buy premium in-flight meals when flying on an economy Go ticket. Starting in November, passengers flying on long-haul flights passengers can pre-order premium set menus, with prices starting at SEK […]
SAS has announced favourable growth in June, despite a challenging market environment and warned of negative repercussions of a possible aviation tax in Sweden. • Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 6.2% and the capacity (ASK) was up 7.1%. • The load factor […]
SAS has published its traffic figures for May 2017 SAS Scheduled traffic (RPK) increased 8.0% and the capacity (ASK) was up 7.2%. The load factor increased by 0.5 p.u. versus last year to 74.0%. Scheduled number of passengers increased by […]
SAS flight SK944, flying from Chicago to Copenhagen has been diverted to Goose Bay in Canada following a loss of pressure which forced the aircraft to descend 7500 meters in a matter of minutes.
Feeling snacky? SAS now offers fresh locally-sourced snack and beverage products on its routes within Scandinavia and Europe.
These new café range in-flight food offerings part of a wider refresh of SAS’ food and beverage range which focuses on natural ingredients and high quality from local producers.
As the flagship airline of the Silicon Valley of the North, SAS is developing a new digital ecosystem which will radically simplify travel.
This evolving digital platform is being released on BETA as new features are added. It will run concurrently with the airline’s existing digital system until late 2017 when the airline expects the new system to go fully live.
SAS has revealed a new livery on a dedicated 737-800 aircraft which commemorates its 70 years in service.
SAS is celebrating its 70th anniversary. The airline began operations as a group on August 1, 1946 following the merger of the Norwegian, Danish and Swedish international airline operations.
SAS has introduced a new fare tier for business travellers looking for value who are willing to give up a little flexibility in return.