SAS, also known as Scandinavian Airlines, is the flag carrier of Denmark, Sweden and Norway and the largest airline in Scandinavia. SAS operates flights to over 110 destinations worldwide and is one of the founding members of the Star Alliance group. The airline has three primary hubs - Copenhagen Airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Oslo Gardermoen Airport as well as numerous focus cities. Originally established in 1946 as a consortium of three different airlines, SAS has grown to become one of Europe’s largest airlines serving over 25 million passengers every year.

*This information is correct as of January 2017

Why Fly with SAS

How to Check in

Passengers flying with SAS are able to check-in in a number of different ways to suit your circumstances. Checking in online is one of the most convenient ways to beat the queues and opens 22 hours before flights and closes only an hour before. Alternatively, passengers can utilize the airline’s mobile check-in tool and there are numerous self-service check-in kiosks available at airports throughout Europe. If you like to do things the old fashioned way, simply visit a designated SAS check-in counter at the airport.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Passengers on SAS flights are entitled to check-in baggage as part of the fare, although just how much you can bring will depend on your fare and membership in the EuroBonus frequent flyer program. Passengers with an SAS Go fare are able to check-in one item of baggage up to 23kg, while those flying in Business Class can bring two items up to 32kg each. Additionally, those with an SAS Plus ticket can bring two items up to 23kg, while EuroBonus members are entitled to either one or two additional items of baggage depending on your level of membership. Those needing to bring extra baggage are able to purchase additional allowances, although prices vary depending on your destination and fare.


SAS flights offer a standard Economy Class as well as an Economy Plus and Business Class for those looking to fly in comfort. Travelers flying in Economy can benefit from a 32 inch seat pitch, while Economy Plus passengers are afforded the luxury of a 38 inch seat pitch. Those in Business Class can stretch out and enjoy a seat pitch of 61 inches for a comfortable journey. On board SAS flights all passengers can benefit from complimentary hot drinks. On flights within Scandinavia passengers can purchase food and drink, while European and Intercontinental flights serve meals and drinks as part of the fare.

Booking Fees

There are no hidden charges or fees when booking flights with SAS.


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