Price per 1 adult person for round trip
SAS was established in 1946, when Svensk Interkontinental Lufttrafik AB, Det Danske Luftfartselskab A/S, and Det Norske Luftfartselskap AS decided to team up to handle international traffic in Scandinavia together. In 1951, the airlines merged to create SAS. Now, the airline serves destinations in Scandinavia, Finland, Europe, US and Asia, including: Denmark: Aalborg, Aarhus, Billund, Copenhagen; Norway: Alta, Bergen, Bodø, Kirkenes, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Longyearbyen, Molde, Narvik, Oslo, Stavanger, Tromsø, Trondheim, Ålesund; Sweden: Angelholm, Gothenburg, Kalmar, Kiruna, Lulea, Malmo, Ornskoldsvik, Ostersund, Ronneby, Skelleftea, Stockholm, Sundsvall, Umea, Visby; Austria: Vienna; Belgium: Brussels; England: London, Manchester; Estonia: Tallinn; Finland: Helsinki, Tampere, Turku; France: Nice, Paris; Germany: Berlin, Munich; Iceland: Reykjavík; Ireland: Dublin; Italy: Milan, Rome; Latvia: Riga; Lithuania: Vilnius; Netherlands: Amsterdam; Poland: Gdańsk, Poznań, Warsaw, Wrocław; Russia, St. Petersburg; Spain: Barcelona, Madrid; Switzerland: Zürich; China: Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai; Japan: Tokyo; US: Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, Washington D.C. The vision of Scandinavian Airlines is to "make life easier for Scandinavia´s frequent travelers". The airline has hubs at Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport and Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. Minor hubs are at Bergen Airport, Flesland, Göteborg Landvetter Airport, Stavanger Airport, Sola, and Trondheim Airport, Værnes.
All passengers flying with SAS can bring one carry-on bag up to 8kg smaller than 55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm and one personal item, such as a small handbag or laptop for free. The maximum size of the personal item is 40 cm x 30 cm x 15 cm. For SAS Plus and SAS Business, cabin baggage allowance is 2 carry-on bags. Checked baggage allowance is: one piece of baggage of 23 kg for SAS Go, two 23kg bags for SAS Plus, and two 32kg bags for SAS Business. Any item of baggage may not be heavier than 32kg and measure more than 158 cm (length + width + height). A bag that exceeds these dimensions is considered special baggage. Baggage heavier than 32kg can be sent as cargo.
SAS offers different travel classes to suit everyone's needs and budget. In a nutshell, there are 3 travel classes: SAS Go, SAS Plus and SAS Business. SAS Go is the cheapest class for light travelers. It includes snacks, light meals and beverages available for purchase from the SAS onboard menu or pre-ordered meal option. Coffee and tea are always free for all types of tickets. Meals are always served on flights to and from the US and Asia. Three types of tickets are sold within SAS Go: SAS Go Light, SAS Go Smart, and SAS Go Pro. SAS Go Light includes the ticket and basic cabin baggage; SAS Go Light additionally comes with one 23kg checked bag, whereas with SAS Go Pro bookings can be changed or canceled. SAS Plus class includes the following fares: SAS Plus Smart, SAS Plus Pro, and SAS Plus Full Flex. All these tickets come with a baggage allowance of two 8kg cabin bags and two 23 registered items of baggage. With SAS Plus Smart customers can use Fast Track and have access to SAS Lounges; with SAS Plus Pro and SAS Plus Full Flex travelers additionaly gain some flexibility, as it can be rebooked and is refundable. The latter is available only on flights within Scandinavia. SAS business class offers high-class service, including massage seats that convert into beds, free seat selection, a la carte menu and a wide range of entertainment on board, to name just a few. SAS Business Pro ticket is fully refundable and can be rebooked, while with SAS Business these services are available for a fee.
With SAS passengers can check in online between 22 hours and 1 hour before flight departure through the app or website. When checking in online, they receive a digital boarding pass.
Scandinavian Airlines operates a fleet made up of the following aircraft: Airbus A319, A320, A320NEO, A321, A330-300, A350-900, Boeing 737-700/800, CRJ-900, ATR 72-600. SAS airlines are constantly replacing older aircraft with new, more environmentally-friendly models. Due to this, it is now possible to reduce fuel consumption during the flight by 15-30% and provide passengers with the possibility of sustainable travel in convenient conditions.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is the largest airport in Sweden, located 37 kilometres north of Stockholm. In 2018, it handled nearly 27 million passengers. 81 airlines fly to 181 destinations from Stockholm Arlanda. The airport can be reached by car, taxi, train or bus. It has 4 terminals, and features facilities, such as restaurants, shops, conference rooms, a pharmacy, a chapel, ATM-machines, baby changing facilities and even hotels.
SAS offers complimentary refreshments for SAS Plus and SAS Business travelers as well as on flights to the US and Asia. Coffee and tea are always free. The onboard menu can be found in seat pockets on board or viewed online.
When flying with Scandinavian Airlines, passengers can enjoy choose from a wide range of extras, including seat selection, meal pre-order, lounge access, increased baggage allowance or travel class upgrade.