Tag: SAS

Singapore Airline, SAS and Finnair among safest airlines in the world

According to AirlinesRatings.com, an airline safety and review website, Singaporean Airlines, SAS, and Finnair are amongst the safest airlines to fly with in 2021. Singapore Airlines ranked 4th on the list amongst 19 other airlines. SAS and Finnair found themselves in the top 20, ranked 16th and 17th ahead of the likes of Lufthansa, KLM,…

Norwegian and Thai airways reported to the Danish police for withholding customers refunds

The Danish Transport Authority has reported ten airlines to the police for withholding customers refunds for canceled flights during the corona outbreak. A statement on the website of the organization says that a total of 12 airlines in October received an order to pay the customers their money back by 1 December or they would…

SAS re-opening route Copenhagen – Shanghai

From 29 September, it will once again be possible to fly direct from Scandinavia to China with SAS. There have been no direct flights since 31 January, but SAS has now obtained approval from the Chinese authorities and is reopening the route from Copenhagen to Shanghai with a weekly frequency. SAS will operate the Shanghai…

SAS and Singapore Airline cabin crew assisting hospitals to ease workload during Covid-19 crisis

A group of Swedish flight attendants from Scandinavian Airlines SAS who have been laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic, are training as assistant nurses to help relieve the load on the overburdened medical departments. Airline cabin crew are considered good candidates to work in hospitals because they are required to complete medical training to…

Norwegian government cooperates with airlines to assist Norwegians coming home

The Norwegian government published an official press release on 17 March 2020 that said: Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Ine Eriksen Søreide said “We are in a serious and unpredictable situation. It is becoming harder for many Norwegian citizens to return home because more and more countries are closing their borders and airspace and introducing…

Singapore Airlines’ first flight to Stockholm

On Tuesday 30 May 2017, Singapore Airlines added Stockholm in Sweden to its route network. The first flight between Singapore and Sweden was celebrated at Changi Airport with Swedish meatballs and traditional ribbon-cutting. Operating five times a week from Singapore Changi Airport, SQ362 flies to Stockholm, via Moscow. The new route will complement Singapore Airlines’ existing…