Articles tagged “sas airlines”

Airlines

SAS CEO Frets About Coronavirus Crisis Stretching Into Airline’s Peak Summer Months

SAS is correct to raise the possibility that coronavirus will stick around. If the number of cases in Europe continues to rise as we head through the rest of the year, the impact on airlines in the region is only going to increase. The big caveat though, is that fuel prices are likely to remain pretty low in that scenario.

SAS CEO Frets About Coronavirus Crisis Stretching Into Airline’s Peak Summer Months

Airlines

Scandinavian Airlines Goes Local With Farm-to-Tray-Table Menus

For long-haul flights SAS lacks the size and scale to compete with its much larger European competitors. On short-haul routes the airline can't compete with the cost structure of the continent's strongest low-cost-carriers. But there's one place it probably does have an edge: its onboard food.

Scandinavian Airlines Goes Local With Farm-to-Tray-Table Menus

Airlines

SAS Scraps Most of Its Flights Due to Pilots Strike

As many as 170,000 passengers may be affected through Sunday because of a pilots strike at Scandinavian carrier SAS. Across the globe, a pilots shortage in most markets is strengthening the hand of labor in contract talks.

SAS Scraps Most of Its Flights Due to Pilots Strike

Airlines

Interview: SAS CEO Explains Why the Airline Embedded a Microchip in Employee’s Hand

It's a tough time to be a small, full-service airline in Europe. But SAS CEO Rickard Gustafson is trying to ensure his airline can compete both with low cost airlines, like Norwegian, and massive legacy airlines like Lufthansa Group and Air France-KLM.

Interview: SAS CEO Explains Why the Airline Embedded a Microchip in Employee’s Hand

Airlines

Sweden and Norway Cut SAS Stakes and Pave Way for More European Airline Consolidation

Expect more airline consolidation across Europe during the coming year at a time when capacity growth, terrorist attacks and Brexit are all impacting people's decisions to travel.

Sweden and Norway Cut SAS Stakes and Pave Way for More European Airline Consolidation

SkiftX

Best Travel Ads This Week: Every Kind of Experience

This week's companies are from completely opposite corners of the world, but their similar approach to branding shows the universal trends in travel marketing.

Best Travel Ads This Week: Every Kind of Experience

Media and PR

How Scandinavian Airlines Rethought the In-Flight Magazine

We were sad to see Scanorama go away but we're happy something more ambitious took its place.

How Scandinavian Airlines Rethought the In-Flight Magazine

Airlines

The World’s Best Airlines for Long-Haul Premium Economy

If you're going to pay more, you expect more. These airlines really get that.

The World’s Best Airlines for Long-Haul Premium Economy

Uncategorized

SAS Flight Attendant Crews Start a Privacy Battle, Then They Lose

We're not going to pretend we know it's like on a long-haul flight, so we are just going to trust that a curtain just won't cut it.

SAS Flight Attendant Crews Start a Privacy Battle, Then They Lose

Airlines

SAS May Have a Solid Year of Profitability, Despite Low-Cost Threats

It's notable that the Scandinavian legacy carrier is able to both fend off budget rivals and keep costs under control enough to see a glimpse of profitability.

SAS May Have a Solid Year of Profitability, Despite Low-Cost Threats