Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has introduced a simplified fare structure from the U.S. to Scandinavia and Europe, giving its business and leisure travelers greater flexibility and choiceThis includes the ability to purchase roundtrip travel as one-way fares and to combine travel in different classes.
SAS V.P. The Americas Sveneric Persson said, “SAS wants to eliminate ‘one size fits all’ roundtrip fares, and to provide our customers with flexibility, simplicity and better value for money. SAS customers now can customize their air travel, combining prices and classes to best suit their needs.”
Key features of the new SAS transatlantic fare structure include:
* Roundtrip tickets sold as separate one-way fares
* The ability to combine travel in different classes on the same ticket
The new fare structure is in effect in all three SAS service classes—Business, Economy Extra and Economy—and is divided into Fully Flexible, Flexible and Fixed fares.
“SAS now offers customers more fare and class options. Our Fixed fares allow them to purchase Business or Economy Extra tickets at very competitive prices. They can combine classes on a single ticket and fly Economy Extra one way and Business the other, or fly one way on a Fixed Business fare and return on a Fully Flexible Business fare,” Persson concluded.
The fares are in effect between the U.S and Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, and throughout Europe, except the U.K. and Germany.
For more details or to book the new fares go to: www.flysas.com/us .