Tag: Scandinavian airlines

SAS Boeing 737 Scraps Tail on Departure

Reading Time: 1 minute A SAS Scandinavian Airlines Boeing 737-800, performing flight from Alesund to Oslo (Norway),  scraped tail on departure. Aircraft departed Alesund’s runway 07 when the tail of the aircraft contacted the runway surface. The crew continued take-off, stopped the climb at about 6500 feet and diverted to Trondheim (Norway) where the aircraft landed safely on runway 27 […]

SAS To Fly Direct From Stockholm To Miami

Reading Time: 1 minute SAS announced a direct flight to Miami, Florida. The route will be added to the carrier’s winter timetable for 2017 and will complement the departures from Copenhagen and Oslo. SAS is launching a new direct route between Stockholm and Miami from October 2017, which will depart once a week on Sundays starting October 29th. The […]

SAS Takes Delivery of Its First A320neo

Reading Time: 1 minute Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), has taken delivery of its first of 30 A320neo aircraft ordered, becoming the first Arline in Scandinavia to operate the world’s most fuel efficient single aisle aircraft. SAS ordered the A320neo as part of its strategy to modernize its fleet with more fuel-efficient aircraft, reducing environmental impact such as emissions and aircraft […]

Norway and Sweden Starting Sales of SAS Shares

Reading Time: 1 minute The Norwegian and Swedish government is starting the sale of up to 19 million shares in the airline SAS, corresponding to 5.8 percent of the outstanding shares. The Norwegian Industry and Fisheries Ministry is to oversee the sale on behalf of the Norwegian and Swedish governments, said the Swedish government in a statement Wednesday night. […]

THAI Hopes To Resume Flights To US

Reading Time: 2 minutes Thai Airways International Plc (THAI) aims to resume flights to the United States, though they would be routed through either Seattle or San Francisco instead of Los Angeles, which was the previous destination. THAI president Charamporn Jotikasthira said the the timing of the move to resume flights to the US depends on the International Civil […]