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Business model

February 21, 2019 | Parking & Transportation | No Comments

SAS offering is built on a broad network with frequent departures to, from and within Scandinavia. We have an attractive product with a high degree of freedom of choice, designed for travelers’ business and leisure travel. Through our EuroBonus program, we reward our customers for their loyalty.

Our travel and cargo services are built on a production model in which SAS produces traffic on larger traffic flows with a uniform aircraft fleet, while smaller flows and regional traffic are flown via business partners (wet lease). Aircraft operations are supported by efficient ground handling services, technical aircraft maintenance and sales organizations together with an attractive product.

SAS makes life easier for people who travel frequently to, from, and within Scandinavia by offering smooth, attractively priced flights for those traveling on business and those traveling privately. We continually develop our services to provide all our travelers with a positive travel experience.

SAS’ strategy is to focus on frequent travelers and to be an airline that rewards its customers for their loyalty to us. The most frequent travelers also have the highest demands when it comes to their travel experience and our products and network are developed with this in mind. This leads to options that benefit all our customers.

Strategic priorities

February 21, 2019 | Galleries | No Comments

SAS has strengthened its strategy for long-term sustainable profitability.

One of SAS’s strategic priorities is to win Scandinavia’s frequent travelers. Our focus is on these customers. If you’re taking five or more flights per year. Altogether, they represent around 60–70% of all flights to Scandinavia.

The industry is increasing. In light of this, SAS has to adapt its operations to remain competitive. We have established standards in London and Malaga. SAS will therefore be able to compete.

One of the SAS’s strategic areas. Our employees are an important prerequisite for our clients to strengthen our offering. Our commitment to our customers has been declining.

Board and management

February 21, 2019 | Lodging & Travel | No Comments

The Board is responsible for the organization and administration of the Group, for ensuring proper control of its accounting and other financial circumstances as well as for appointing the President.

All Board members elected by the Shareholders’ Meeting are independent of the company and company management.

Group Management is responsible for the company’s business management, financial reporting, acquisitions/disposals, financing and communication and other corporate matters.

Convenient and rewarding global travel

February 21, 2019 | Airliner VIP | No Comments

Through alignment and coordination of the airline members’ route network, high-quality travel services, as well as joint utilization of the Members’ airport facilities etc., Star Alliance is offering its customers:

Convenient access to a truly global route network with shorter and easier connections at key hubs
Flexible, seamless and reliable travel experience
Worldwide rewards and recognition of frequent flyer status and related priority services.
SAS EuroBonus members can earn and redeem points on all Star Alliance airlines as well as enjoy the same kind of frequent flyer privileges and benefits when traveling with other Star Alliance airlines as you are entitled to when traveling with SAS.

All while enjoying the unique traditions and cultures of each of the individual member airlines.

Alliances and partners – Star Alliance

February 21, 2019 | Airport | No Comments

Star Alliance is the cornerstone of the SAS Group’s global partner and network strategy, offering customers and travelers reliable seamless travel products and services world-wide. Scandinavian Airlines is a founding member of Star Alliance.

SAS is one of the founding airlines of Star Alliance, launched in May 1997 as the first truly global airline alliance.

Overall, the Star Alliance network currently offers more than 18,800 daily flights to 1,317 airports in 193 countries. Further connecting flights are offered by Star Alliance Connecting Partner, Juneyao Airlines.

This makes Star Alliance the largest airline alliance in the world. Its acceptance by the market has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Air Transport World Market Leadership Award and Best Airline Alliance by both Business Traveller Magazine and Skytrax.

Aircraft on order

February 21, 2019 | Airliner VIP | 1 Comment

SAS modernizes and upgrades the aircraft fleet in order to invest in the future and improve the environmental performance. In 2018, SAS decided to order an additional 50 Airbus A320neo aircraft with deliveries until 2023. This order means SAS for the first time will have a single-type fleet, that consists of the market’s most efficient short- and medium-haul aircraft in terms of cost and environment. SAS is modernizing its short and long-haul fleet with new aircraft, taking deliveries of new Airbus A320neo, Airbus A330 Enhanced and Airbus A350’s aircraft until 2023. Combined with upgrades of the cabin interiors this will further modernize the aircraft fleet for the future. SHORT-HAUL SAS is investing in new Airbus A320neo and will by 2023 have at least 80 aircraft in service. Moreover, SAS has some options from the Manufacturer and have the possibility to increase the number of aircraft that can be leased from lessors. Alongside existing aircraft, this also creates flexibility for growth under the right circumstances. All of the aircraft will be equipped with SAS’s high-speed Wifi and have SAS’s appreciated new cabin interiors.