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SAS

The history of that Scandinavian Airline is dated back to 1946. It was created as a consortium of domestic airlines of three countries: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. SAS is a group consisting of three carriers: Scandinavian Airlines SAS, Blue1 and Wideroe. The main premises of SAS is Stockholm Arlanda airport. The airline belong to the most modern and innovative carriers, it is also the largest carrier of the Nordic countries. As the first in the world it began in the 1960s to fly over the North Pole, thereby shortening the cruise to Japan from 52 to 32 hours. SAS was also a pioneer in introducing of eco-friendly aircraft. It belonged to one of the first, which introduced the economic class. SAS is part of the aerial alliance Star Alliance, and thanks to its partners it offers the largest system of air connections in the world. In the connections’ network of the airline are airports of Europe, Asia and North America. The carrier is present, among others, at Polish airports, its planes land in Gdańsk, Łódź, Poznań, Warsaw and Wrocław.

Luggage

You can take hand baggage onboard of SAS flights. Its dimensions and weight are determined by the airline and may vary depending on the booking class or route.
Registered luggage in SAS must also have certain dimensions and weight. Here, too, everything depends on the travel class and route.

Booking classes

The SAS airline offers a choice of three booking classes.
The Economy Class is the cheapest, designed for tourists. Onboard, passengers have the option of buying meals.
Economy Extra Class is popular among both businessmen and tourists looking for an alternative to economy class. SAS passengers who travel with this class can check-in at business class positions, at some airports are provided with a faster security clearance, and wider, more comfortable seats, free meal, flexible fare conditions. On intercontinental routes, cabins are separated in this class.
Business class offers the highest level of services, including a simplified check-in procedure for passengers, who are also entitled to an increased baggage allowance, they have access to a special lounge, where they can spend time conveniently before the departure.

Online check-in

SAS was also an innovative airline in terms of an online check-in solution. Checking via the Internet is possible with this carrier not earlier than 22 hours before the scheduled departure, and it is closed at 60 minutes before it. Passengers print the boarding pass themselves, but optionally they can also pick it up at the airport at "check-in" checkpoints. Changes to the previously allocated space can be made no later than 3 hours before the departure.

Fleet

SAS’s fleet is composed of more than 132 machines of type: Airbus A319-100, A320-200, A321-200,  A340-300, A330-300, Boeing 737 in versions from 600 to 800, Bombardier CRJ-900.

The airport Stockholm Arlanda

The Stockholm Arlanda International Airport is the base for SAS airlines. The port is located 42 km north of the Swedish capital and 28 km southeast of Uppsala. There are a lot of catering points in its area: bars, restaurants and cafes as well as multi-branch stores, including duty-free shops. The building also houses car rental companies, a hairdresser, a chapel, a medical point, a dry cleaning, a fitness club and a children's playground. Wireless internet is available on the area of whole airport.

Refreshments

The SAS airline onboard of its aircrafts offers a wide range of drinks, including free coffee and tea. In addition, passengers in Scandinavia and Europe can buy snacks from the carrier's menu. On intercontinental flights, food, snacks and drinks are served in all classes, and their diversity depends on the time of the day of travel. Additionally, you can also buy them from the onboard menu.
Business class passengers have included in the ticket price a richer menu, receive a glass of champagne and have a choice of one of three dishes within the menu. In addition, during the flight, they can enjoy a buffet of wines, non-alcoholic beverages, fruits and snacks.

Additional services

For passengers loyal to SAS brand, the airline has been offering the EuroBonus loyalty program since 1992. For each flight of SAS or other airlines associated in the Star Alliance, passengers receive points they can use for free of charge flight, hotel stay or car rental. Customers with the cards of the highest status, receive a number of additional privileges. On longer routes, there is a boutique on board, where you can buy perfumes, jewellery, the latest gadgets and toys for children, all made in Scandinavian design.