|Top route||Oslo Gardermoen to Trondheim Vaernes|
|Top airport||Oslo Gardermoen|
You have to pay for water. FOR WATER.
I booked through Kayak, trusting them. But they used one of these cheap online travel agents - Chatdeals. When I missed my flight due to a 3 hour train delay that was out of my influence, Chatdeals refused to rebook without a fee. SAS couldn’t rebook either. So I was stuck and lost the flight. Had to buy a complete new one. Never book through kayak or one of the cheap ones. Always airline direct! Expensive lesson learned… 🙂 Jan
I booked through Justfly.com and had to cancel the flights due to the new Omicron virus. The airline (Scandinavian Airlines) told me to get in touch with the agency as they could not do anything. However, its been completely impossible to get a hold of the agency by phone (I called them twice and stayed on the line for more than 1h without getting through), and you cannot reply to or send them e-mails. I cancelled the flights, for which I paid about $1,500 to be on the safe side so they would not think I just missed them, and for that they charged me $60 (!!!), so anything they can charge you for online works, but everything else does not. Absolutely horrible customer service.
The most comfortable business class seat/bed I have experienced. A lot of room to stow all your stuff. And excellent food and service, to boot!
First time flying with SAS. Decent budget airline. Didn’t like having to pay for snacks and drinks. Seats were comfy. Took off over an hour late after sitting at the gate. Nice crew. Would probably fly them again if the price is right.
The flight was delayed and I wasn't able to make my connection. I never got any emails from the airlines or kayak about where I was reebok. I am currently writing from Stockholm Airport. I will hopefully get to Milan later tonight. I also will ask for a refund when this odyssey is over. Ivan Manfredi
Worst airline I’ve ever flown with. My first flight got delayed so I missed my connection. There was no one to help direct where I was supposed to go and how I was supposed to get a new boarding pass. All in all, I missed another flight because of mismanagement. I’ve never spent more time waiting than being on a plane. SAS has accomplished the impossible.
Worst airline ever. It had an hour and a half delay from Miami, therfore I missed my connecting flight from Oslo to Berlin. They rescheduled me to another flight to Copenhagen then Berlin. That plane broke down, so they rescheduled me again from Oslo to Frankfurt to Berlin. There was only 1 clueless crew member at the gate tried to reschedule 50 people, she got no help. Got to Berlin 8 hours late.
Seats were like bus seats; good food; overall okay.
Passengers boarded and then sat for well over an hour with occasional messages from crew that airport was still loading luggage. If airline/airport was serious about COVID they could have let us stay an hour in the terminal. First international flight I've had where passengers were charge for wine, beer, and even water.
Everyone boarded and then we sat for well over an hour with occasional updates from crew that the airport was slow loading luggage. It's hard to believe the airline or airport are serious about COVID prevention when they deliberately leave customers in crowded conditions. First international flight I've had where passengers were charged for beer, wine, and even water.
Wifi connection could be better
Cleaning and customer service was excellent. I will travel again
Roomy, neat, organized and I felt despite being in the main cabin that all passengers would get an equal amount of attention and care. Great airline.
SAS is an extremely neat and organized airline, clear on its promises and very communicative. Of course COVID-19 caused some changes in service levels and available items (water is an optional and paid item while coffee and tea (because of them being hot) complimentary. Attendants were very clear in pointing this out which is highly appreciated.
Check in at Stockholm airport was very slow, please make some improvement.
I never flew with SAS before and got to fly all the way from the US and I loved it !!
i had such fond memories of SAS from the golden days of travel before 911 & Covid - it appears what ever all airlines can do to bleed you dry for what use to be free is ridiculous There were no beverages offered on the return flight from HAM/CPH/SFO and the food was beyond disgusting
I was bumped to this flight because SAS canceled the direct flight from Copenhagen then the flight was delayed for an hour because of the new Covid forms and the slow processing from the staff Flight comfort and service was good
It’s a short flight so there is no entertainment The security check is brutal and nothing in food except for tea and coffee for free. Even water was $2/ bottle
They let us board without checking our documents. We thought we had everything but then when we got to the stockholm airport, the immigration office wouldn't let us pass and we've been stuck here, unable to leave, we've missed our connection as well. The document that was invalid was our US vaccine certificate (Moderna, double vaccinated by May 2021). The Swedish government doesn't see it as valid. So SAS should have stopped us from boarding the flight when they checked our vaccine card at the New York airport. Horrible experience.
Kayak inserted a whole other stop into my itinerary and I didn't know about it until I checked in and I had Oslo written on my boarding pass instead of the layover I thought I had. How are you not going to tell me I'm going to Norway? Because of this new addition, I missed my flight to Warsaw, and now I'm stuck in Sweden for the night.
The staff between IAD and Copenhagen was not friendly
The staff onboard between IAD and Copenhagen was not friendly
Flight got delayed in SFO. Had layover in Copenhagen for 1 hours but missed my connecting flight because of delay in SFO. Had to wait 6 hours in Copenhagen for next flight :'(
Don't choose KAYAK. They put you into a difficult position which is next to impossible to solve.
Don't choose KAYAK. They avoid any responsibility.
Kayak offered terrible service, and was unwilling to come up with better alternatives to fix their mistake. Don't choose KAYAK, if the airline cancels the flight, KAYAK only makes effort to avoid any accountability.
Flight crew was excellent.
On board SAS flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the SAS assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
SAS offers direct flights to 121 cities in 33 different countries. Trondheim, Oslo, and Bergen are the most popular cities covered by SAS.
SAS concentrates most of its flight operations in Oslo.
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Considered to be the largest airline in Scandinavia, SAS has its headquarters in Sweden and flies to over 123 different destinations throughout the world. For those that are interested in visiting Europe, some popular countries among customers are Belgium, Italy, and Germany, while those planning on taking a trip to Asia can consider flying to either Thailand or Japan.
If you will be flying with this airline, you can choose from three different travel classes, referred to as SAS Go, SAS Plus, and SAS Business. SAS Go provides standard amenities, such as free drinks, a hot meal, and the ability to use the airplane’s entertainment systems, while SAS Plus will give you access to an airport lounge before your flight boards, a comfortable seat that provides additional legroom, and the option of priority boarding.
SAS is a founding member of Star Alliance, an airline group that is composed of many international companies, including Air Canada, Avianca, and United Airlines. The company also has codeshare agreements with several other airlines, such as EgyptAir, Lufthansa, and Swiss International Air Lines.
Out of the airline’s fleet that is composed of over 150 planes, almost all of them are either Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, or ATR. The Boeing 737-800 is the most commonly used by the company, as it is a comfortable option for middle-range flights and can fit up to 180 passengers. For longer flights that are between two different continents, SAS oftentimes uses the Airbus A350-900, a large jet airliner that can fit up to 300 passengers.