Scandinavian Airlines, centered in Stockholm, is the multi-national airline company of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and a Star-Alliance member. In case of delays, that exceed 3 hours, cancellations and denial of boardings due to overbooking, SAS guarantees to provide the passengers with compensation as below, in the framework of the EU Regulation EC261/2004 and in accordance with the General Conditions of Carriage stated explicitly on the website of the airline.
In case you have extra expenses like accommodation, refreshments and communication tools which are due to the disrupted flight, these are to be covered by the airline company as long as they are reasonable. If you have a case with SAS, let us know. Our success rate is over 98% with the airline.
SAS was founded in 1946 by SAS AB in Norway. SAS’s headquarters are currently located in Stockholm and the main base in Copenhagen Airport. SAS is a star alliance member. The company has 3 stars on Skytrax rating. Rickard Gustafson leads the company as the CEO. Its subsidiaries include Cimber and Spirit Air Cargo Handling AB.
It has declared $ 92,876,386 in revenue. SAS offers service to 119 destinations in 35 countries. Amsterdam-Oslo,Oslo-Munich,Dublin-Oslo,Brussels-Oslo,Paris-Berlin,Stockholm-Oslo are some of the main flight destinations.
SAS’s fleet consists of Boeing 737 Next Gen model aircrafts. The average age of the fleet is 10.5 years. The youngest aircrafts are the Canadair Regional Jet at 2.3 years old. They rank 2 among 103 airlines operating this type of aircraft. The most common aircraft in the fleet is the Boeing 737 Next Gen with 65 of them at hand. They rank 190 among 249 airlines operating this type of aircraft.
SAS have 1 accident reports to date. The most recent one is in 2001 at Milano Linate airport, Italy.