This Is SAS
SAS offers the most departures and has an attractive offering for people who travel frequently to, from and within Scandinavia. SAS conducted more than 800 scheduled flights daily in FY 2018, and a total of more than 30 million passengers traveled to SAS’ 125 destinations and on charter flights in Europe, the US and Asia. Membership in Star Alliance™ offers SAS access to a far-reaching global network and smooth connections. In addition to airline operations, SAS offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and air cargo services.
SAS AB is the Parent Company of SAS and is listed on the stock exchanges in Stockholm (primary listing), Copenhagen and Oslo. The majority of the operations and assets are included in the SAS Consortium.
We are Scandinavian by name and nature and our operational priorities are:
OUR BRAND PROMISE
We make life easier by making time matter to travelers, to employees and to the planet
OUR STRATEGIC PRIORITIES
- Preferred airline for Scandinavia’s travelers
- Modern single-type Airbus fleet
- Fully competitive operating model
- Global leadership in sustainable aviation
WHAT WE DO
SAS makes life easier for people who travel frequently to, from, and within Scandinavia by offering smooth flights for business and leisure travel. We offer the most destinations and departures within Scandinavia, and reward customers loyalty through our EuroBonus program.
HOW WE DO IT
Our travel and freight services are built on a production model in which SAS Scandinavia, supplemented by SAS Ireland, flies traffic on larger traffic flows with a uniform aircraft fleet, while smaller flows and regional traffic are flown via production partners. Aircraft operations are supported by efficient ground handling services, technical aircraft maintenance and sales organizations together with an attractive product.
SAS takes continuous steps to reduce the negative environmental impact of our operations through innovation, smart solutions and major investments in the latest technology without compromising the important role of the aircraft in our society – enabling people to meet and contribute to value creation and positive growth.