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SAS Unveils Stunning New Livery

SAS has today launched a brand new visual identity for the first time in 21 years. The livery will debut on newly delivered Airbus A350 and A320neo aircraft. SAS says that this is a modern and new upgrade to their livery, just as they're updating their…

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Sas A330

SAS’ New Copenhagen To Los Angeles Route

SAS has just announced a major adjustment to one of their US routes. SAS has been flying between Los Angeles and Stockholm for several years now, though that particular route is being canceled. SAS has announced that they'll fly nonstop between Los Angeles…

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Sas A350

SAS Announces First A350 Routes

Over the past few years we've seen quite a few airlines add the A350 to their fleet, and it has been popular with both airlines and passengers. The airplane is fuel efficient and can fly long distances, and as a passenger it's also a joy to fly, thanks…

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Sas A340

New SAS Ad Captures The Most Beautiful Part Of Travel

I love airports largely because they're the best places in the world for people watching, in my opinion. You have people going from just about everywhere to just about everywhere, for just about every reason. Some people travel for happy reasons, some…

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SAS Brings Back Kids Fly For (Almost) Free

I have found SAS to be a very family friendly airline. My family has flown them several times and have had pretty good experiences. I'm sure it doesn't hurt that we have Star Gold status, but in general I think much of this would be available to anyone.…

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Sas 737

SAS Modifies Elite Benefits On “Go Light” Fares

With increased competition from ultra low cost carriers, we've seen many European airlines transform their business models, especially on flights within Europe. There's no airline where that's more evident than British Airways, as they now have hand…

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Pulpit Rock

Awesome: Kids Can Fly To Scandinavia For Almost Free

My family loves Scandinavia. We've been to Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and just got back from another trip to Norway where our family hiked to the top of the famous Preikestolen, orĀ Pulpit Rock. Norway in particular is just incredible -- the entire country…

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SAS Backtracks On Their Generous Hertz Promotion

Last week I wrote about the exceptionally generous car rental promotion that SAS is running. SAS EuroBonus is celebrating their 25th anniversary, and is offering 5,000 bonus points per rental with Hertz. As the terms were originally published, there…

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Review: SAS Plus Oslo To London Heathrow On A 737

We left the lounge and quickly headed over to the gate for our 7:50 AM flight down to London Heathrow. Boarding was already underway, which isn't too uncommon for us. Since this was a business class itinerary, we were booked in SAS Plus. I had known…

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Review: SAS Lounge Oslo Airport

We had decided to spend our final night in Norway at the airport so we wouldn't have to get up quite so early for our 7:50 AM flight to London Heathrow. The terminal is only a short distance from the Radisson Blu Oslo Airport, most of which is covered…

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Get Your Kids Star Gold Status For $150 Each

SAS is running a really awesome promotion this spring where kids can fly for almost free from the US to Europe. You just need to book by January 23 and travel between February 7 and April 9. The best part is that you can take up to 8 kids with each paying…

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Sas Seatback

Kids Can Fly To Europe For Nearly Free This Spring!

Scandinavia is one of my favorite regions of the world. We've now been to Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark, and they are all fantastically beautiful places. It can be a bit expensive, but not nearly as much as it was a few years ago, at least for…

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