SAS Scandinavian Airlines
ABOUT SAS SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES
- Founded in 1946
- Airport Location: Sweden
- Owner: SAS Group; Sweden Government (17,1%), Denmark Government (14,2%), Noway Government (11,4%)
- Number of targets: 119
- Objectives: Over 30 countries, including 37 destinations in Scandinavia, further destinations are European metropolises, some destinations in Asia and North America
- Member of an alliance: Star Alliance
- Frequent Flyer Program : EuroBonus
- Aircraft Types: Airbus A319-100 / A320-200 / A320neo / A321-200 / A330-300 / A340-300, Boeing 737-600 / 737-700 / 737-800
- Average age aircraft:-
- Number of aircraft: 160
- Aircraft manufacturer with which the airline SAS Scandinavian Airlines co-operates: Airbus, Boeing
SAS SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES FLIGHTS
SAS Scandinavian Airlines, the largest airline in the Scandinavian countries, was established in 1946 with the merger of Denmark, Sweden and Norwegian airlines in order to make low-cost flights. The airline's headquarters is in Solna. The airline uses Copenhagen Airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Oslo Gardermoen Airport as hubs. SAS Scandinavian Airlines is also one of the founding members of the Star Alliance, the world's largest alliance.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines is flying seasonally; Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia; Biarritz in France; Thessaloniki in Greece; Cagliari, Palermo, Torino in Italy; Luqa in Malta; Bardufoss in Norceç; Kaliningrad in Russia; Phuket in Thailand; Alanya and Antalya in Turkey.
The airline is the flag carrier of Norway, Denmark and Sweden. The airline is flying in the listed cities in these countries; Aalborg, Aarhus, Alesund, Alta, Angelholm, Bergen, Berlevåg, Billund, Bodo, Harstad / Narvik, Haugesund, Kalmar Kirkenes, Kiruna, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Longyearbyen, Lulea, Malmo, Molde, Ostersund, Ronneby, Skelleftea, Stavanger, Sundsvall, Tromso, Trondheim, Umea and Visby.
The countries where the airline flying abroad are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Republic, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States.
The airline has a codeshare agreement with the following airlines.
|Adria Airways||EgyptAir||South African Airways|
|Aegean Airlines||Ethiopian Airlines||Swiss International Air Lines|
|Air Canada||Etihad Airways||Thai Airways|
|Air China||Icelandair||Turkish Airlines|
|airBaltic||LOT Polish Airlines||United Airlines|
|All Nippon Airways||Lufthansa||Widerøe|
|Croatia Airlines||Singapore Airlines|
EUROBONUS FREQUENT FLYER PROGRAM
The frequenting program EuroBonus the Scandinavian Airlines Scandinavian Airlines is characterized by the number of its program partners, which make it easy for the customer to collect points outside the airport. First of all, however, the other airlines with which the customer can also collect points can be mentioned. These are all 27 members of the Star Alliance, including Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines and Austrian Airlines. In addition, there are some well-known hotel chains such as Best Western, Hilton, Scandic or Radisson Blu, where you can collect premiums during your stay. The special feature, however, is that credit card companies such as American Express or MasterCard also participate as partners, whereby points are collected during the daily payment with the credit card.
Membership makes the difference
EuroBonus membership is divided into three categories. There are no prerequisites for Basic membership. However, it also offers the customer only a few advantages, such as discounts at various car rental companies and other partners, but also a free SMS service. Silver and Gold membership is already more profitable. For example, the customer gets more points, can free more baggage, check in more quickly and get discounts at different program partners. However, 20,000 or 45,000 Basic-Points must be collected for the respective membership. For the highest level Diamond, which guarantees maximum service, 90,000 points are required.
Each passenger is entitled to carry a hand bag, regardless of the route and the passenger class, as long as he adheres to the guidelines for the items which may be carried on board. The total weight of the hand luggage must not exceed 8 kg. The maximum size of the hand luggage must be a maximum of 23 cm x 40 cm 55 cm, which corresponds to a total sum of 115 cm. A small laptop or handbag may be carried in addition to the hand luggage.
The following conditions apply to all checked-in baggage: The Business Class may have two bags of 32 kg, in the SAS Plus economy tariff two luggage units of 23 kg each. On flights with the economy tariff SAS Go, a piece of luggage up to 23 kg plus collapsible baby carriages may be given (but no claim for hand luggage). If you are a Euro-Bonus-Diamond or a Euro-Bonus-Gold member, you can also place two bags free of charge, as a Euro-Bonus-Silver-member a piece of luggage can be placed at the check-in counter.
A musical instrument, a ski or golf equipment can be given free of charge instead of another piece of luggage included in the ticket. In the case of other sports equipment and / or special luggage items, fees vary depending on the weight and the connection between 31 and 182 euros. Small musical instruments can also be taken into the cabin as part of the hand luggage regulations.