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SAS launches Thailand - Europe Promotion

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Scandinavian Airlines in Thailand has launched new limited-period fares of 47,000 Baht for roundtrip Economy Extra and 67,000 Baht for Business Class travel to 36 northern European cities. Taxes and fees of around 12,500 Baht must be added to the fares.

 Bookings must be made and issued no later than 15 August for travel between 21 July and15 December 2009. Other conditions may apply.

The 36 destinations include major urban gateways in Scandinavia, Germany and Belgium such as Berlin, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Hannover, Hamburg, Brussels, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki.

 The special price offer can also be used for 26 smaller destinations across Denmark, Sweden and Norway.

On the ground, travellers receive 30kg baggage allowance and priority boarding. Onboard they have video and audio on demand and a power outlet for laptops. Passengers receive 150% EuroBonus points in Economy Extra and 200% in Business Class.

"Premium travellers in Thailand can now reach a wide range of northern European cities affordably and in great comfort," said Mr Hakan Olsson, Director and General Manager for SAS in Southeast Asia. "Our on-board Scandinavian service standards, dining and audio-visual features ensure a pleasant roundtrip to some of the most important cities in northern Europe."

Travellers who prefer Business Class can stretch out on a near-horizontal sleeping bed and enjoy a 26cm personal screen, superior meal services, a unique in-flight buffet bar, and business lounge facilities at the airport.

Passengers who fly in Economy Extra class enjoy a separate cabin, audio and video on demand, a wider seat, and enhanced dining options.

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