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SAS to Launch Business Class Flights Between Stavanger and Houston

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Scandinavian Airlines has launched flights between Stavanger in Norway and Houston, Texas.

 The route will be operated six days a week with a business version of the Boeing 737-700 aircraft, that will have a SAS Long Haul Business Class concept on board with just 44 business seats, inflight entertainment and full-service meals.

"The route we have established is a tailored product for a defined market with particular travel needs," said Eivind Roald, Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing at SAS. "The favorable timetable provides excellent connections throughout Scandinavia in both directions, while Houston is a hub for connections south and west with Star Alliance."

Departures from Stavanger will be daily, except Tuesdays, at 16:00 arriving in Houston at 19:40 the same day.

SAS will depart from Houston to Stavanger daily except Tuesdays at 21:35 arriving the next day in Stavanger at 14:20.

In addition to the Houston-Stavanger route, SAS also operates nonstop service from New York (Newark) to Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, from Chicago to Copenhagen and Stockholm, and from Washington, D.C. and San Francisco to Copenhagen.

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