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Scandinavian Airlines adds new long-haul routes

SAS International adds two new routes to its intercontinental network this month. On October 29, SAS will commence a thrice-weekly service between Stockholm and Bangkok, and on October 31, SAS will launch a new route between Copenhagen and Dubai.

Scandinavian Airlines enhances long-haul business class

SAS Scandinavian Airlines has enhanced its long-haul Business class with a number of innovations to ensure even simpler and more hassle free traveling. New features include the introduction of a unique last-minute Business class fare, a new comfort kit, upgraded audio/video-on-demand and a "breakfast on the go" concept.

Easier bonus travel with new SAS seat prognosis

As the SAS EuroBonus program celebrates its 15th anniversary, a new search service is now being introduced that makes it faster and easier to plan bonus travel. With the new SAS "seat prognosis" service, members can see where bonus seats are available with SAS, Blue 1 and Widerøe. The search service can be used by 2.6 million EuroBonus members.

Green flights over the Atlantic with SAS this autumn

During the latter part of 2007, SAS will begin green flights over the Atlantic, primarily from the east coast of the US to Stockholm/Arlanda. The flights will be made on Airbus A330’s.

SAS increases traffic to China

SAS Scandinavian Airlines will increase its frequencies between Scandinavia and China for the summer 2008 programme. As of April 2008, SAS will operate 13 weekly services between Scandinavia and China, an addition of three weekly departures.

Greater fare flexibility and choice for SAS customers

SAS Scandinavian Airlines has improved its fare structure for both business and leisure travelers, creating more flexibility and choice, and much fewer rules and restrictions for customers on its intercontinental flights.

Experience the beauty of Norway’s Bergen this summer

Within SAS's aggressive focus on new routes in the Nordic region, it is now the turn of Bergen on the west coast of Norway. From June 25 and throughout the summer, Scandinavian Airlines Sverige will offer up to five direct flights per week from Arlanda to Bergen.

Share your US tips with SAS and win a trip for 2

Travel with SAS to the US this summer in order to win a trip for two to one of the 10 most popular destinations within the SAS network. SAS can take you from anywhere in Scandinavia to anywhere in the US, and to celebrate the exciting magnitude of travel that America has to offer, SAS invites you to share your favorite US travel tips.

SAS offers additional services to Kiruna this summer

During the summer, SAS is increasing the number of flights to Kiruna in Sweden, from seven per week to ten per week. Children up to the age of 15 travel free of charge, making it easy for the whole family to travel to Kiruna and experience the midnight sun this summer.

New direction will ensure SAS’s future

To strengthen the SAS Groups position as Northern Europes leading airline the Board of Directors of SAS has decided to give the company a new direction. SAS is to concentrate on its core business - flying to, from and within Northern Europe, the home market of our most important customer groups and where SAS market position is also the strongest.

SAS launches new routes to Spain

Three new routes to Spain will be launched in the autumn: Gothenburg-Barcelona, Gothenburg-Malaga and Stockholm-Barcelona. This means that during 2007 Scandinavian Airlines Sverige has expanded with the launch of 12 new international destinations from Sweden.

Copenhagen Airport launches first fully automated baggage system

Copenhagen Airport has become the first airport in the world to develop a baggage-handling system that takes bags from check-in to placement in the aircraft without manual handling.

SAS announces airline strike is over

SAS Sverige is to operate according to the ordinary timetable from Wednesday, May 30. The Swedish Salaried Employees' Union signed a new collective agreement for Scandinavian Airlines Sverige's cabin employees just after midnight. The agreement will apply form March 1, 2007 through April 30, 2010.

SAS Business Sleeper now on all intercontinental flights

SAS Business Sleeper now on all intercontinental flights

The SAS Business Sleeper is now available for customers on all Scandinavian Airlines' intercontinental flights to Asia and the US out of its Copenhagen and Stockholm hubs.

SAS Braathens to be renamed SAS Norge

SAS Braathens, Norway's largest scheduled airline, will become SAS Norge on June 1. The name change, which was proposed by SAS Braathens' CEO Ola Strand, was approved by the company's general assembly this afternoon.