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Popular destinations for SAS flights include Alicante on the southern Spanish coast, Barcelona, Paris, London, Berlin, Moscow and Zurich - although the airline operates worldwide to destinations as far away as New York and Singapore.

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Although the firm is generally not classed as a budget carrier, the SAS Go ticket class is an affordable way to reach European destinations for those coming from the UK, particularly if you have a desire to see Scandinavia. In that case, it's a great airline to find flights to Sweden or Norway. If you book SAS flights, there are plenty of possible holiday options. These could include:

  • Fishing in the hundreds of lakes in central Finland and Sweden.
  • Hiking in the Norwegian fjords after flying into Stavanger.
  • Exploring cosmopolitan Copenhagen, with its art, bohemian communes and fine restaurants.
  • Spending time in European capitals like Berlin and Vienna
  • Lazing on the beach of the Costa del Sol after landing in Alicante.

Anyone flying with the airline has a choice of 4 basic ticket classes. The most expensive and luxurious option is Business class. As you would expect, this class offers plenty of leg room, sleeper seats and 15 inch screens to allow Business class travellers to relax. Next comes Plus. This premium economy class provides large seats, refundable tickets, meals and twice as much baggage as economy tickets. It also allows travellers to pass more quickly through security, speeding up their journey.

Go is the cheapest class of ticket provided for SAS flights, offering affordable tickets to popular destination, less leg room and slightly narrower seats. However, passengers travelling economy are provided with complimentary tea and coffee and everyone receives at least one meal on long haul journeys. Other food and drink products can be purchased from an in-flight menu if required.

Scandinavian Airlines System (SK/SAS)

SAS stands for Scandinavian Airlines - and is the largest airline in the Scandinavian region. The firm has its base in the Swedish city of Solna, but represents Denmark, Sweden and Norway. It runs flights to 90 different airports located across the world, with a logistics hub in Copenhagen. Founded in 1946, SAS is also one of Europe's oldest continuously operating airlines, and it has a strong reputation for reliability, safety and quality.

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