Scandinavian Airlines, also referred to as SAS, is the flag carrier airline of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. It came into existence in 1946 and has grown over the years to now become the largest airline in Scandinavia.
The airline is a member of the Star Alliance, which brings more than 190 countries within reach to anyone who makes a SAS Airlines online booking. It prides itself on using customer inputs as feedback to improve the service concept on board. Their pro-activeness is evident in their 4Excellence Next Generation (4XNG) plan that will help give them an edge over the competition.
Passengers in Saudi Arabia can opt for FlySAS to fly to many destinations in Europe, USA and Asia, with Tel Aviv being the closest location to connect from. The airline offers its passengers more Scandinavian destinations in Europe compared to any other carrier.
The fleet consists of Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier models of aircraft that are used for long-haul, medium-haul and short-haul flights as required.
Passengers may find all the required travel information on the website of the airline, including tips for pregnant passengers and parents traveling with infants and young children. They may avail the SAS Airlines web check in service right from the comfort of their home, which will reduce their waiting time at the airport significantly. They can also use their SAS Airlines PNR status a few hours before the flight departure time.
SAS has designed two classes of travel for the convenience of passengers and these are known as “SAS Go” and “SAS Plus”. SAS Go allows passengers to check in 1 bag at no charge, along with services like mobile check in and tea and coffee on board. Passengers on SAS Plus may check in 2 bags free of charge, and also enjoy lounge access and meals and beverages on board, additional to the SAS Go benefits. Some long-haul flights also offer a more luxurious SAS Business Class. Other queries may be cleared through the customer service of the airline here.
According to the SAS Airlines baggage policy, the free baggage mentioned above should not weigh more than 23 kg or 50 lb. Passengers on SAS Business class may check in 2 pieces of baggage weighing up to 32 kg each. Passengers may also take on board 1 piece of cabin baggage weighing up to 8 kg. Check more details on baggage policy here.
For all information regarding SAS flights including routing and schedules, do check out the Cleartrip interface for a fast and clutter-free experience. The ease of accessing the information is sure to bring you back to Cleartrip for your future travel related searches.
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