SAS Moves to London Heathrows Terminal 2 - The Queens Terminal

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Wednesday, 10 September 2014

SAS today moves into London Heathrows Terminal 2, The Queens Terminal and the new home of all Star Alliance airlines at the airport.

The move means that when arriving and leaving London Heathrow, customers will have a choice of check-in methods such as self-service kiosks, fast bag-drop desks and full-service check-in desks.

"We are very pleased and proud to offer the benefits of this state-of-the-art terminal to our passengers who will get easier and faster routes through check-in and security. In the new terminal we also offer a choice of modern check-in methods and a variety of shopping and dining options in spacious, light and airy surroundings," said Vice President Snorre Andresen, SAS Product and Development.

Today, SAS is scheduled to operate 21 departures and 21 arrivals at the terminal to and from the Scandinavian capitals Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen and the regional cities Gothenburg and Stavanger. Approximately 4,000 SAS passengers will depart from and arrive at the Queens Terminal on the first day.

SAS operates 136 weekly flights from London, Heathrow to Scandinavia and 136 from Scandinavia to London, Heathrow

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