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1. SAS to Increase Flights Between Stockholm and Oslo to New York
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is responding to the increase in both leisure and business travel demand to the United States by increasing the number of flights between Stockholm and Oslo to New York. New York will be served with daily flights from Stockholm as well as with 4 flights per week from Oslo, in addition to existing daily flights from Copenhagen. Published by TravelNewsAsia
2. SAS to Replace Economy, Economy Extra and Business with SAS Go and SAS Plus
SAS Go and SAS Plus will replace Business Class, Economy Extra and Economy Class on 9 June 2013. The change to SAS Go and SAS Plus also includes a brand new concept on board, with the traditional airplane tray being replaced by an airborne cafe. The launch of Our Cafe will see all passengers on board being offered the same range of food and drink.
3. SAS to Launch New Classes; Change Inflight Service
SAS is replacing previous service classes with two brand new alternatives: SAS Go and SAS Plus. SAS Go always includes a checked bag at no extra charge, coffee or tea onboard, as well as several services to save time, including mobile check-in. SAS Plus includes two checked bags at no extra charge, SAS Fast Track, lounge access, meals and drinks onboard as well as twice the number
4. SAS to Open Caf Lounges
SAS will open its new Caf Lounge concept at Trondheim and Troms Airport, Norway, in April and May respectively. SAS Caf Lounges will complement existing SAS lounges and are designed for SAS' most frequent flyers. The new SAS Caf Lounges will be located close to the departure gate and will offer WiFi internet access, tea, coffee and pastries.
5. SAS Group Management to Restructure
The Senior Vice President and General Counsel of SAS, Mats Lnnkvist, is to retire and leave SAS Group Management on 1 March 2015. In connection with that Mats Lnnkvist leaving SAS, a restructure of SAS Group Management will be implemented. The change means that additional responsibilities will be given to SAS new Chief of Staff, Carina Malmgren Heander, who besides HR and Communi
6. SAS appoints Bjrn Alegren as new President of SAS Ground Services
SAS appoints Bjrn Alegren as new President of SAS Ground Services. Bjrn Alegren has a solid background within SAS, having held many senior positions, including station manager at Arlanda, area manager in several foreign markets and regional manager for Europe and the Middle East. He has also been head of SAS International and President of the subsidiary European Aeronautical Grou
7. SAS to Launch Go Light on 8 September 2015
On 8 September SAS will launch Go Light, a new offering designed as a supplement to the existing SAS Go and SAS Plus, and which will be available on routes between Scandinavia and Europe. SAS Go Light is aimed at customers who want to travel only carrying hand luggage and secure their seats at the lowest possible price.
8. SAS adds Codeshare Destinations in Africa and US
SAS adds Codeshare Destinations in Africa and US. SAS can now offer its customers another 14 new codeshare destinations in the US with Continental via SAS' New York hub and SAS' new agreement with Ethiopian Airlines includes codeshare on Ethiopian Airlines' flight on the Stockholm-Rome-Addis Ababa route.

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