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New code-share for SAS and Croatia Airlines

Based on a new partnership, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is able to offer its Scandinavian customers a flight product involving only one stop to and from Croatia. SAS and Croatia Airlines have entered into a code-share partnership on SAS's routes from Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen to Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Amsterdam and Zurich, and connecting flights on Croatia Airlines' routes to Zagreb and Split.

SAS chosen by Malaysia Airlines at London Heathrow

Malaysia Airlines chose SAS Ground Services as their new provider of ground handling at London Heathrow. The agreement is valid from May 16. Malaysia Airlines operates two daily flights with Boeing 747-400 between London and Kuala Lumpur.

SAS launches new business route to London

Now Norwegians can also fly direct to the heart of London. SAS Braathens is to launch a new route to London City Airport. London City Airport is situated only ten kilometers from the City of London, which is one of Europe's leading financial centers. Many banks, stock-broking firms and law firms have their headquarters here.

SAS to help passengers offset CO2 emissions

SAS can now offer customers in the Group the possibility to offset carbon dioxide emissions arising from air travel by paying compensation.

SAS - first in Scandinavia with direct connection to Dubai

SAS is acting on the demand for non-stop flights from Scandinavia to Dubai. SAS is the first airline to open a direct connection between Scandinavia and Dubai. The inaugural flight Copenhagen-Dubai will take off October 31, 2007. The new service will operate three times a week in both directions until March 29, 2008.

SAS launches new routes to Nordics, Europe and Asia

Scandinavian Airlines Sverige is launching a major new drive in relation to route expansion. More than 10 new routes are being opened linking Stockholm with destinations in the Nordic countries, Europe and Asia.

SAS launches new route from Stockholm to Bangkok

Both business and leisure travelers are showing widespread interest in Bangkok. Therefore, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will launch a new route from Stockholm to Bangkok at the end of October 2007. This route will be operated three times a week in both directions in addition to the already existing service between Copenhagen and Bangkok.

SAS makes improvements for frequent travelers

SAS's new President and CEO Mats Jansson has spoken about future new features to products and services for the largest customer groups that travel with SAS, namely frequent travelers.

Beijing is the SAS gateway to China

As part of SAS's new China strategy, the aim of which is to rationalize air traffic and become better at meeting customer needs through such activities as expanding accessibility to the Chinese market, SAS has chosen to focus on Beijing from several locations in Scandinavia.

SAS first airline to offer internet & IP telephony in lounges

SAS first airline to offer internet & IP telephony in lounges

SAS has become the first airline in the world to offer travelers the opportunity to place complementary telephone calls via IP telephony. SAS has long provided access to the Internet via PCs in all of the company's lounges and was also the first airline in the world to offer wireless Internet connections in all of its lounges.

Spanair launches Munich to Barcelona & Bilbao

From the 1st of April, Spanair will continue with its international expansion by connecting the cities of Barcelona and Munich, initially offering one daily flight and then adding a second one from the 15th of April.

SAS Ground Services and MyTravel Airways sign new deal

MyTravel Airways and SAS Ground Services (SGS) have signed a four-year strategic cooperation agreement for ground handling services. Passenger services and ramp handling are both included.

SAS carries baggage directly to Åre/Östersund

Effective January 15, anyone traveling with Star Alliance and SAS to Östersund via Arlanda can reclaim their baggage at Åre Östersund Airport. Accordingly, passengers do not need to take their baggage through customs clearance at Arlanda and check it in again.

SAS increases traffic to US

In response to increased demand and a desire to offer its customers more flexible solutions, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will increase its traffic between Copenhagen and New York with an additional service from May 20th, 2007.

Spanair increases flights between Spain and Scandinavia

Spanair is adding a new frequency to their scheduled flights between Madrid and Copenhagen, with an offer of 3 daily services starting from the 13th of April - one in code share operated by SAS - between the two European capitals.