Scandinavian Airlines will add three direct flights per week from Bangkok to the Swedish capital Stockholm for the winter period October 28 to
March 27. A special roundtrip promotional fare of 22,000 Baht is being offered for the first eight flights (October 28-November 14). From
November 14 to December 6 the fare will rise to 28,000 Baht.
The flights depart Bangkok Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 1425 arriving in Stockholm at 2000 hrs.
"Flying with SAS to Stockholm offers great connectivity to all of Scandinavia and cities in northern Europe,"
said Mr Hakan Olsson, SAS's
Bangkok-based Director and General Manager for Southeast Asia. "Stockholm is a beautiful city in the winter and Scandinavia offers an
abundance of arts and culture, castles, Viking sites, modern galleries, great shopping and food festivals."
Before arriving in Stockholm onboard SAS, the Scandinavian cultural experience is apparent
through convenient online check-in, comfortable seats,
food and beverage options including complementary juices and snacks between meals, and activity packs for children.
Stockholm is a collection of fourteen islands. The "water city" as it has been nicknamed, is the capital of Sweden and the Nordic region's largest
city. Here grand historic buildings and culture dating back to the 13th century intermingle with some of the best contemporary art and design in
the world. Stockholm's extensive public transport system makes it easy to get around and discover hidden corners of one of the world's most
Visitors should purchase the Stockholm Card which provides free entrance to 75 sightseeing spots, free use of city sightseeing buses, the
underground, public bus and suburban trains. The Stockholm Card is sold in most tourist information centres and hotels.
For the winter schedule starting October 28, SAS will also fly five times a week between Bangkok and Copenhagen, departing 0025, arriving in
the Danish capital at 0625.
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