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Scandinavian Airlines was founded in 1946 and is the flag carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The majority of its flights is operated from its hub Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport. As the largest airline company of Scandinavia, Scandinavian Airlines operates a fleet of 182 aircraft to 90 destinations. SAS is one of the founding members of Star Alliance.
Scandinavian Airlines has codeshare agreements with the following airlines: Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, airBaltic, Air Canada, Air China, All Nippon Airways, China Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Egyptair, Estonian Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Icelandair, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Nextjet, Qantas, Rossiya, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Swiss International Air Lines, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin America.
Now you can book your air tickets with SAS Scandinavian Airlines via the new Flights Search Engine of mytrip.com to all destinations it serves around the world, easily, and at the same time at the lowest prices of the market! All flights and routes of SAS Scandinavian Airlines appear depending on availability of seats in a certain flight. The flights search engine of mytrip.com also presents you all airfares 3 days before and 3 days after the dates you initially chose so as to be able to choose the cheapest air fare and select the ideal choice for you within 7 days time. After the successful completion of your booking you will receive an email confirmation stating the number of your electronic tickets and an SMS with the same number and the information regarding your flight. The number of your electronic tickets along with a valid passport or id and a visa (wherever this is required) are all you need at the airport in order to receive your boarding card! In case you need any further information you can contact our Travel Operations Department.
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Each SAS passenger is allowed to carry their baggage for free. The amount that each passenger can carry depends on the passenger's travel class and his destination. Passengers travelling on SAS Go class are allowed to carry one piece of baggage up to 23 kg, SAS Plus passengers can carry 2 pieces of baggage up to 23 kg each, and finally SAS Business passengers (when travelling from/to the US/Asia) are allowed to carry 2 pieces of baggage up to 32 kg each. EuroBonus Gold and Diamond members are allowed to check-in two additional pieces of baggage while EuroBonus Silver members and Star Alliance Gold members are entitled to one extra piece of baggage free of charge.
Each passenger is allowed to bring one piece of hand-baggage with dimensions 55x40x23cm and weighing up to 8 kg. Passengers flying to US or Asia on SAS Plus or SAS Business can bring two pieces of hand-baggage onboard each weighing up to 8 kg.
Note that the airline’s baggage allowance policy may change from time to time. We highly recommend that you always check your baggage allowance prior to your travel. Please be sure that your baggage conform to the airline’s limitations or additional costs may apply. In case you have further questions about SAS Scandinavian Airlines baggage allowance policy please contact our Travel Operations Department.
Online Check-in. Check-in using your computer from 22 hours to 1 hour before departure time.
Mobile Check-in. Use your mobile phone to check in and choose your seat as early as 22 hours & up to 1 hour before departure on SAS flights.
Self service kiosk Check-in.
At the Airport counter.
In case you wish to check-in at the airport, we recommend that you arrive at the airport in plenty of time. Be sure to note check-in times at the departure airport prior to your travel. Please also take into consideration the time that you need to drop off your baggage and to go through security check. Evenmore, at large airports it may be a long walk to the actual boarding gate.