Scandinavian AirlinesScandinavian Airlines is also known as SAS. It was earlier known as the Scandinavian Airlines System. This largest airline of Scandinavia is also the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The airline company has its head office in Solna, Sweden.
Airlines that come under the SAS group are counted among the most punctual European aircrafts in the world. The overall punctuality of the airline is counted up to 89.11%. According to the CEO, Scandinavian Airlines, "We are exceptionally proud to be Europe's most punctual airline, and amongst the top three in the world. This position really underlines our promises to minimize our customer's time related to travel and to maximize their value of the time spent with us. Our staff work does a tremendous job to ensure our customers arrive at their destination in time, especially considering the sometime severe weather conditions we are faced with in Scandinavia during the winter months,"
Scandinavian Airlines Fleet:
There are total 140 aircrafts in the Scandinavian Airlines fleet. The fleet includes aircrafts like Airbus A319-100, Airbus A321-200, Airbus A330-300, Airbus A340-300, Boeing 717-200, Boeing 737-400, Boeing 737-500, Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800, Bombardier CRJ900, Fokker 50, and McDonnell Douglas MD-82. Total: 140
Scandinavian Airlines Destinations:
The airline offers its flight services into many countries located in Asia, Europe and North America. The airline operates around 143 aircrafts to 90 destinations situated in 28 countries. The airline's main hubs are Copenhagen Airport (European and intercontinental hub) Stockholm-Arlanda Airport and Oslo Airport in Gardermoen.
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