Scandinavian Airlines

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is the national flag carrier of Scandinavia. In the past year the airline has transported more than 25 million passengers.

SAS and its partner airlines, Wideroe and Blue 1, operate services from the UK and Ireland to Scandinavia and Finland. SAS Group airlines operate out of London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London City Airport, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dublin.

SAS offers more than 60 direct flights a week from the UK and Ireland to Sweden. SAS operates from London Heathrow to Gothenburg and Stockholm, with excellent onward connections within Sweden. SAS flies direct from Edinburgh (seasonal) and Manchester to Stockholm.

SAS offers a combination of Business, Economy Extra and Economy Class products on its European routes. In addition to this three-class service, SAS also offers a unique one-way fare structure, giving the traveller choice and flexibility that no other airline offers. SAS' one-way fare structure gives customers the flexibility to combine fares and the choice of combining airports.

SAS is a founding member of the Star Alliance, the first and largest airline alliance with 21 world-class members serving over 950 airports in 162 countries, with access to more than 790 lounges around the world. In addition, many of the member airlines' flights have coordinated schedules which mean a smooth change from one flight to another. So, wherever you are flying in the world, and however complicated your itinerary, the Star Alliance network will make it easier.

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