Singapore Airlines and Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) have signed a codeshare agreement that will begin on December 1.
The new codeshare agreement between the two Star Alliance members will see Singapore Airlines adding its ‘SQ’ flight prefix to Scandinavian Airlines’ services from Copenhagen to Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm. SIA operates three flights a week between Singapore and the Danish capital Copenhagen.
On a reciprocal basis, SAS will add its ‘SK’ flight code to SIA’s flights between Copenhagen and Singapore, as well as on selected flights between Singapore and Bangkok.
Singapore Airlines operates one of the world’s largest Boeing 777 fleets and its fleet includes 19 777-300ERs
“We are confident the tie-up will pave the way for more leisure and business travel by offering customers of both airlines more travel options via Copenhagen and Singapore,” says Ng Kian Wah, Singapore Airlines’ senior vice president sales regions.
On SAS’s Copenhagen-Oslo route, Singapore Airlines will list SAS’ flight SK1462 in its own booking system as SQ2762 and SK454 as SQ2754. In the other direction, SIA will list SK1453 as SQ2753.
Between Copenhagen and Stockholm, Singapore Airlines will list Scandinavian Airlines’ flight SK1418 in SIA’s system as SQ2718. On Stockholm-Copenhagen, SIA will list SK403 as SQ2703 and SK1417 as SQ2717.
On the Copenhagen-Helsinki route, Singapore Airlines will list SK1712 as SQ2712 and SK6621 as SQ2721. On the Helsinki-Copenhagen sector, SIA will list SAS’ flight SK713 as SQ2713.
Meanwhile, Scandinavian Airlines will codeshare on SIA’s Singapore-Copenhagen flight SQ352 as SK8000 in the SAS booking system. On the Copenhagen-Singapore sector, SAS will list SIA’s flight SQ351 as SK8001.
Between Singapore and Bangkok, Scandinavian Airlines will list Singapore Airlines’ flight SQ970 as SK8003. Between Bangkok and Singapore, SAS will list SIA’s flight SQ979 as 8004.