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SAS Thailand Reduces Fares and Includes Taxes in Ticket Price

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Scandinavian Airlines has reduced ticket prices between Bangkok and Scandinavia, with economy class prices now 20% lower than before. The airline has also taken the welcome initiative to include all taxes and surcharges in its quoted ticket prices. The new policy came into effect today, 9 November 2009, in Thailand.

"Our aim at SAS is to make it easier for travellers to plan their trips," said Hakan Olsson, Bangkok-based Director and General Manager for SAS in Southeast Asia. "With SAS all-inclusive pricing, travellers now see the total cost – no extra hidden fees, no plus-plus. Just great service and hassle-free travelling."

Inclusive round-trip economy class flights from Bangkok to Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark now start at 38,000 baht compared to 49,500 baht before 9 November 2009.

SAS flights to Scandinavia in Economy Extra seats with extra space, on-demand audio-visual screen, business class check-ins and 150% EuroBonus points start from 65,100 baht.

Business Class flights start at 106,400 baht. They include a sleeper seat with video-audio on demand, lounge access, priority boarding and 200% EuroBonus points.

All SAS flights to and from Bangkok are night flights. The quoted fares including taxes and surcharges may vary due to currency changes or route variation. Quoted fares are subject to availability and conditions apply.

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