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Rytis Beresnevicius
SAS announces new Transatlantic route with A321LR

The Scandinavian airline has announced the first new route with its Airbus A321LR. Starting September 2020, the carrier will connect Denmark's capital and Boston....


Rytis Beresnevicius
SAS sports new livery upon renewing its fleet

SAS has revealed a new livery, which will symbolize the airline's future, according to the CEO. However, the livery is eerily similar to quite a few operators' liveries around Europe: ...


AeroTime Team
Pilot strike costs SAS $68M, adds to pilling up losses

SAS estimates the impact from the previous pilot strike, lasting roughly a week, which includes the cost of over $68 million (650 million SEK), adding up to pilling losses in the second quarter of 2019.  ...


Clement Charpentreau
Airbus and SAS join forces to explore hybrid aircraft solutions

Airbus has signed a research agreement with SAS Scandinavian Airlines to cooperate on hybrid and electric aircraft and infrastructure requirements....


Rytis Beresnevicius
airBaltic Begins Codesharing with SAS, Offers new routes in Scandinavia

airBaltic and SAS have started to codeshare some of their flights in the Baltics. The move, while not a surprising one, came a bit late. Read more about the agreement:...


Rytis Beresnevicius
Top 10 Airline Advertisement Posters Of All Time

As technology changes the daily lives, so does the way of companies reaching us via their adverts. But back in the golden age of aviation, airlines used posters to attract passengers to their new routes. Check out the Top 10 most beautiful airline posters!...


Ruta Burbaite
Small fish among big sharks: PrivatAir goes bust

The insolvency of small Swiss airline PrivatAir might come as a shock for its multiple businesses, but its big clients may have sensed blood in the water for a while now.  ...


AeroTime Team
Greenland looking to buy SAS, Denmark’s Air Greenland shares

SAS Scandinavian Airlines might sell its 37.5% stake in Air Greenland to the government of Greenland....


Ruta Burbaite
SAS cancels 700+ flights in three months over crewing issues

It has recently emerged that SAS Scandinavian Airlines cancelled 700 flights in a three-month period between April and June of 2018 due to staff shortages....


Clement Charpentreau
Norway sells remaining SAS shares

The Norwegian government announced selling its 9.88% stake in Scandinavian Airlines on June 26, 2018. The state received a total of approximately NOK 597 million ($72 million) for the shares from buyers — investors from Norway and abroad....