Scandinavian Airlines System
|Airline Name||Scandinavian Airlines System||Major Routes||Major airports in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark to/from Charles de Gaulle Airport, Heathrow Airport, Barcelona Airport, Shanghai Airport.|
|Official Site||https://www.flysas.com/||Check-In Counter||
|Year Established||1946||Main Destinations||Paris, London, Barcelona, Athens, Frankfurt, Bologna, Madrid, Baghdad, Dublin, Budapest, Lisbon, Beirut, Budapest, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok, Chicago, Newark.|
|Frequent Flyer Program||Euro Bonus|
Scandinavian Airlines is the flag carrier of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, and the largest airline in Scandinavia. Scandinavian Airlines is part of the SAS Group and is headquartered in Solna, Sweden. The airline operates 182 aircraft to 90 destinations. The airline's main hub is at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport, with connections to over 50 cities in Europe.
Economy Class (SAS Go) passengers with SAS may bring one piece of checked baggage of up to 23kg/50kg and Economy Plus passengers may bring two pieces at a max weight of 23kg/50kg per piece. Business Class passengers flying with SAS may bring two pieces of checked baggage of up to 32kg/70lbs per piece.
Dimensions for checked baggage with SAS should be under 158cm (length + width + height added together.)
SAS Go and Plus customers may bring one piece of carry-on baggage of up to 8kg. SAS Business Class passengers and SAS Plus passengers flying between Asia and the US may bring two pieces of carry-on baggage of up to 8kg per piece.
Dimensions for carry-on baggage with SAS should be under 55 x 40 x 23cm.
Customers with SAS can choose seats from three classes: SAS Go, SAS Plus, and SAS Business. Their version of Economy Class, SAS Go has comfortable seats at an affordable price point. Meals are included for flights to and from Asia and the US and snacks and drinks can be purchased on flights within Europe.
Similar to Premium Economy in other airlines, SAS Plus offers wider seats, extra legroom and higher quality food for a slightly higher price. Other extras that are included are a slightly larger entertainment system, free WiFi on some flights and seat selection.
Air ticket buyers who choose SAS Business Class have separated cabins for maximum comfort, privacy, and luxury. The seats, have extra width with a massage function, and can stretch out to become beds. Free Wi-fi, and an HD entertainment system on 39 cm screens are all available for SAS Business Class travelers.
The frequent flyer and mileage program of SAS is called EuroBonus. Members who join EuroBonus can accumulate points on flights, hotel stays, car rentals, and everyday purchases. The points can be redeemed with either Scandinavian Airlines or its many partners. EuroBonus offers its members four levels of membership, ranging from a basic Member to Diamond.
SAS is part of Star Alliance and is partnered with airlines such as ANA, United and Air Canada.
SAS Customers have four methods of check-in: online check-in, mobile check- in, and check-in at an airport kiosk or counter. With online check-in, passengers can choose their seat or change their seat 22 hours to 1 hour before departure. Air ticket buyers with Scandinavian Airlines can purchase lounge access for 30 USD. Mobile check-in requires air ticket buyers to download the SAS app on their smartphone. Check-in at the kiosk and counter are the more traditional way to check-in.