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The group Scandinavian Airlines System includes Spanair, Braathens, Wideroe Flyveselskap, Blue1, Air Baltic, Estonian Air, Greenlandair, Skyways Express and British Midlands.
These airlines all have their headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden or in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Scandinavian Airlines System was inaugurated in 1946 with flights between Scandinavia and New York. The company then expanded its network to other continents. Today the group is headed by Jorgen Lindegaard and Gunilla Berg.
Outside of Scandinavia, the company primarily serves New York, Chicago, Washington and Seattle in the USA; Bangkok, Beijing and Tokyo in Asia; and Dubai in the Middle East. It boasts an average of 25 million passengers per year and about 200 aircraft which serve over 126 destinations.
Its fleet is composed of airbus 340-300s and Airbus A330-300s.
The company is committed to becoming Europe's most ecological airline.
The company joined the Star Alliance upon creation of the network in May 1997.
The network operates on the principle of sponsorship. Full members of the group include Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand, ANA, Asiana, Austrian Airlines, bmi, EgyptAir, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, SAS, Shanghai Airlines, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Spanair, Swiss International Air Lines, TAP Air Portugal, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and U.S. Airways.
The airline network provides services to 912 airports in over 159 countries what represents 16 500 flights per day.
Frequent flyers can enjoy SAS's frequent flyer program 'EuroBonus', which has gold, silver and blue levels.
Points gained can be used in exchange for free air travel as well as privileges on board such as upgrades.
SAS is at the forefront of research in terms of making air travel more ecological. By Flying with SAS, you will be supporting this research.
Stockholm - Malmo - Helsingborg - Kiruna - Goteborg - Bergen - Oslo - Trondheim - Bodo - Aalesund - Helsinki - Tampere - Turku
Brussels - Split - Zagreb - Aalborg - Copenhagen - Paris - Nice - Lyon - Berlin - Munich - Dublin - Reykjavik - Milan - Rome - Venice - Palermo - Bologna - Amsterdam - Madrid - Barcelona - London
Beijing - Tokyo - Bangkok - Dubai
Chicago - Newark - Seattle - Washington