SAS Scandinavian Airlines

SAS Scandinavian Airlines

SAS Scandinavian Airlines 

Scandinavian Airlines or SAS, formerly Scandinavian

Airlines System, is a consortium based in the three

Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

SAS Group, which runs the consortium, is half owned by

three countries Sweden, Norway, Denmark.

and the remainder by private investors.

The consortium’s operations consist

of domestic, European and intercontinental traffic.

SAS has bases in five Scandinavian cities: Stockholm,

Copenhagen, Oslo, Stavanger and Trondheim. Intercontinental

traffic is based on Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen.

About Star Alliance

In 1997, five airlines from the Americas, Europe

and Asia founded Star Alliance as the first global

aviation alliance.

Today, Star Alliance comprises 26 member airlines,

each with its own distinctive culture and style of service.

Star Alliance members come together at over 50 global hubs.

Star Alliance Member Airlines

Aegean Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air India,

Air New Zealand,ANA Japan Airlines, Asiana Airlines,

Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Copa Airlines,

Croatia Airlines, Egypt Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Eva Air,

Lot Polish Airlines, Lufthansa Airlines, SAS Scandinavian Airlines,

South African Airlines, Singapore Airlines,

Swiss Air, TAP Air Portugal, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines,

United Airlines.

Fleet Size : 158

Destinations : 136

Iata Code : SK

Icao Code : SAS

Prefix : 117

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