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We are Scandinavian by name and nature and our operational priorities are: Safety, Punctuality, Care
To make your travel easier
To make life easier for Scandinavia´s frequent flyers. With SAS you are part of a community experiencing easy, joyful and reliable services delivered the Scandinavian way.
SAS is continuing to invest to make travel easier for Scandinavia’s frequent travelers. A simplified and renewed fleet tailored to large and small traffic flows will strengthen SAS competitiveness. SAS is introducing extensive changes to the aircraft fleet as part of its investments in the future. Fleet renewal is also an important part of SAS’s overall goal to reduce emissions.
SAS has updated its current long haul fleet with a new design, new seats, new entertainment system and Wi-Fi onboard. Customers will have a total new travel experience on long haul flights. SAS has also ordered new aircraft; 4 A330 Enhanced and 6 A350. The A350 will be going into service starting late 2019.
All long haul aircraft are equipped with WIFI. It is complimentary in Business and Plus as well as for EuroBonus Diamond and Gold members. In Go, there is a charge of US$19 or 3,000 EuroBonus points for the duration of the flight.
New Entertainment system
All intercontinental aircraft have the latest in on demand entertainment with a choice of approximately 200 movies, TV programs, games, music, audio books and podcasts
SAS endeavors to facilitate and make planning, booking and taking a trip easy for customers. Irrespective of whether traveling on business or pleasure, today’s travelers expect the same level of ease, clarity and efficiency. This, in turn, sets requirements for the production process. During 2013, SAS was the first airline in the world to receive IATA’s Fast Travel Platinum Award for the development of self-service options throughout the travel chain.
For SAS, sustainable development implies a simultaneous focus on sustainable profitability and financial growth, gradual environmental improvements and social responsibility.
SAS is convinced that financially sustainable operations require social and environmental responsibility, and that, in various ways, work on sustainability issues contributes to value growth and competitiveness.
SAS has a considerable social impact, both as a major employer and contractor, and by maintaining infrastructure for society. At the same time, aircraft operations in particular have an adverse environmental impact, primarily through emissions of greenhouse gases and noise around airports.
SAS takes its responsibility seriously and despite the turbulent civil aviation market of recent years, SAS has chosen to maintain its commitment to sustainability-related issues
Membership in Star Alliance enables SAS to offer access to a global destination network with smooth transfers via the member companies’ key airports. This partnership enables a travel experience whereby customers can earn and redeem bonus points as well as gain access to lounges and other time-saving services.
In the rare event of a flight being canceled, SAS and the other members of Star Alliance have an agreement, which means that shared customers are taken care of through rebooking to the final destination with the next available Star Alliance flight. This is a dramatic difference to low cost carriers, who are often not part of any corresponding partnership and lack access to reserve capacity.
We look forward to welcoming you onboard!
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