SAS has announced that it will start flying to Tallinn from Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen starting next week, on the wake of Estonian Air’s closure. The airline will offer three daily flights between the cities, to ensure that Scandinavian travellers […]
SAS and Cityjet have begun a three year wet-lease collaboration for regional jet services. CityJet will also buy 100% of the shares in SAS’s Finnish charter and regional subsidiary Blue1.
SAS becomes the first European airline to fly the new long-haul A330-300 Enhanced today on flight from Copenhagen to Chicago. This is the first of four A330-300 Enhanced the airline will receive, with a second to be delivered in September and two additional aircraft scheduled for 2016 one in February and the second in May.
It was a travel week for me, attending the World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London. While the event was great–and I learned loads–getting there and back was a trial which involved long delays and lost luggage. But SAS’s various automation features made […]
In his comments to the airline’s Interim Report for November 2014-July 2015, SAS’s CEO, Rickard Gustafson, highlights the success of the airline’s focus on frequent flyers.
Negotiations have finally reached a point of mutual satisfaction, after a strike that lasted for seven days and involving 17 of the airline’s pilots. This agreement was the last in a series of collective barganing negotiations the airline has conducted with unions in the past weeks, and as a result of the satisfactory terms reached with NSF, SAS has established agreements in place with all of its pilot unions that, the airline states, “create conditions for future expansion.”
SAS has signed a new simplified agreement with SAS Norway Pilot Association, SNF, after entering a new agreement with the Danish Association DPF on 31 March, which results in the airline having established agreements with over half of its pilot corps. […]
In preparation of the long-awaited arrivals of the Apple Watch, SAS has now released an update to its mobile App which will send helpful travel information straight to the passengers’ wrists. Apple Watch owners will get updates on their flight departure time and gate information.
Other brands running airlines have space ambitions, but nothing quite like this. We’re talking Voyager-long journeys, hopefully without the getting-lost-in-deep-deep-space-for-many-second-rate-episodes-compared-to the-other-franchises part of it.