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December 2008

SAS Group’s Financial Calendar 2009

The dates for the SAS Group's interim reports in 2009 are as follows: Year end report 2008, February 3, 2009 Annual report 2008, March 3, 2009 Interim Report Jan-Mar 2009, April 28, 2009 Interim...

New Year abroad, a dream for most Swedes

Two of three Swedes would love to spend New Year abroad. Swedes dream mostly about travel to the US, Thailand and Australia. However, when travel plans are to be realized for next year, mainly shorter trips will apply. Eight of ten Swedes plan to take more or as many weekend trips in 2009 as this year, but only one in ten is planning fewer trips.

Swedes celebrate Christmas at home but give travel as presents

Four of five Swedes celebrate Christmas in their home town. However, among young people, residents of Northern Sweden and Gothenburg and Green Party voters, there is a dream of Christmas abroad. The chances are good that this dream may come true over the coming year, since nine of ten Swedes can envisage giving travel, particularly a vacation in the sun, as a Christmas present.

Mats Lönnqvist new CFO and Deputy President of SAS Group

Mats Lönnqvist will assume the position of CFO and Deputy President of the SAS Group on January 1, 2009. He replaces Gunilla Berg, who has held the position since September 2002. Mats is 54 years old and has many years of experience as a CFO at such listed companies as Eniro, Esselte and Biacore.

SAS to reduce fuel surcharges

SAS has decided to reduce fuel surcharges with 3 EUR on domestic, intrascandinavian and European flights. On intercontinental flights the surcharges will be reduced by 5 EUR between Europe and...

SAS premier to Kittilä today

Today at lunchtime, the first SAS aircraft left Stockholm Arlanda to fly to Kittilä in Northern Finland. Kittilä is a skiing paradise that is now just two hours away.

Initial agreement signed regarding Spanair

The SAS Group ("SAS") has reached an initial agreement with a group of investors from Catalonia, lead by the Consorci de Turisme de Barcelona (the "Consorci") and Catalana d'Iniciatives ("Iniciatives"), for their incorporation as new majority shareholders into SAS' subsidiary Spanair S.A. ("Spanair").

More people like SAS

SAS is the airline for which customer satisfaction has increased the most this year. This was the finding presented today by Svensk Kvalitetsindex (Swedish Quality Index) for passenger travel in 2008. SAS thus achieved its highest rating for customer satisfaction since the survey began.

SAS has best Sustainability Report

SAS has been awarded the prize of Best Sustainability Report by the accounting and consultancy firm Deloitte. SAS shares first place with Stora Enso, with Trelleborg and Holmen coming in second and third, respectively.

SAS is Europe’s most punctual airline

SAS Scandinavian Airlines is now the European airline that most often departs on time. This was documented in new statistics from the Association of European Airlines (AEA). “We have worked conscientiously with punctuality. This is proof that we have succeeded,” says Anders Ehrling, President of SAS Sweden.

Changes in the Nomination Committee for SAS AB

At the Annual General Shareholder's Meeting in SAS AB on April 9, 2008, members of the Nomination Committee for SAS AB were appointed. Information about the Nomination Committee's composition and...

Brussels Airlines to join Star Alliance

At their annual Board Meeting, the CEOs of the Star Alliance member airlines have today voted to accept the application of Brussels Airlines to become a future member of the alliance. Brussels...

SAS Group’s November traffic figures

• SAS Group's traffic decreased by 12.9% during November and seat capacity was down 11.0% vs 2007. • SAS Group carried 2.7 million passengers in September, down 14.5% vs 2007. • Total...
November 2008

Pension scheme for Norwegian SAS employed revised

A dispute between Scandinavian Airlines Norway and the Norwegian Cabin Crew union NKF dating back to 2004 has been resolved by a, for SAS Group, negative ruling in the Norwegian court 2006. Since...

SAS Group’s October traffic figures

• SAS Group's traffic decreased by 8.8% during October and seat capacity was down 3.8% vs 2007. • SAS Group carried 3.2 million passengers in September, down 11.5% vs 2007. • Total passenger...

S&P downgrades SAS credit rating by two steps

SAS credit rating was today downgraded from BB- to B for the company corresponding to a two-step downgrade of the rating. The outlook is developing.
October 2008

SAS Group to reduce surcharges

SAS Group have decided to reduce surcharges with 3 EUR on Domestic, intrascandinavian and European flights. On Intercontinental flights the surcharges will be reduced by 5 EUR. These changes will be...

New member of the Nomination Committee for SAS AB

At the Annual General Shareholder's Meeting in SAS AB on April 9, 2008, members of the Nomination Committee for SAS AB were appointed. Information about the Nomination Committee's composition and...

EXERCISE: RELEASE 3 14.00 – Statement on Accident EU 123

SAS regrets to confirm that its flight number EU 123 with 93 passengers and six (6) crew en route from Ronneby to Stockholm was involved in an accident at 10.20 hours local time today. The accident...

The SAS Group Traffic figures September 2008

SAS Group's September traffic figures • SAS Group's traffic decreased by 6.7% during September and seat capacity was up 1,7% vs 2007. • SAS Group carried 3.3 million passengers in September,...
September 2008

The SAS Group Traffic figures August 2008

SAS Group's August traffic figures · SAS Group's traffic decreased by 0,7% during August and seat capacity was up 2,2% vs 2007. · SAS Group carried 3.3 million passengers in August, down 4,7% vs...
August 2008

Statement on Accident JK 5022 Routed Madrid – Las Palmas

SAS Group can confirm that a Spanair flight JK 5022, was involved in an accident at Madrid Barajas Airport today. The aircraft, an MD-82, was en route from Madrid to Las Palmas when the accident...

Regarding Spanair flight JK 5022

SAS Group regrets to confirm that one of its Spanair aircraft, anMD-80, with flight number JK 5022 from Madrid to Las Palmas was involved in an accident at Madrid Barajas Airport. No further details...

Information regarding rumors of salary reductions in SAS

In today's Danish newspaper Børsen there has been speculations about possible salary reductions to be proposed by the SAS management in connection with the second quarter release tomorrow. This...

SAS Group’s July traffic figures

• SAS Group's traffic increased by 2,7% during July and seat capacity was up by 4,9% vs 2007. • SAS Group carried 3,5 million passengers in July, down 0.3% vs 2007. • Total load factor was...
July 2008

Egyptair becomes 21st member of Star Alliance

At a ceremony in Cairo today, Egyptair officially became the 21st member of Star Alliance bringing with it 1,624 weekly flights to 69 destinations around the world. Egyptair is the nation’s flag carrier, and will strengthen the alliance’s network throughout Africa and the Middle East.

The SAS Group Traffic figures June 2008

- SAS Group's traffic increased by 3.5% during June and seat capacity was up by 5.9% vs 2007. - SAS Group carried 4.0 million passengers in June, up 0.3% vs 2007. - Total load factor was down by 1.8...

New President of Widerøe

Lars Kobberstad has today been appointed the new President of Widerøe Flyveselskap, a subsidiary of the SAS Group.

SAS official airline for international climate conferences

SAS is to be the Official Airline and Greening Partner at four international conferences up until the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009. SAS has undertaken to offset CO2 emissions from air travel for all conference delegates who travel with SAS.
June 2008

SAS Group sells remaining shares in SAS Component

In 2005, SAS divested 67 % of its share in SAS Component, now renamed to ST Aerospace Solutions (Europe) A/S, to Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd (ST Aerospace), the aerospace arm of Singapore...

SAS Cargo admits violation of U.S competition laws

As earlier communicated in the annual and interim reports of SAS Group, the European Commission and the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) are conducting investigations of a number of parties in the air cargo industry, including the cargo business of SAS.

SAS Cargo admits violation of U.S competition laws

As earlier communicated in the annual and interim reports of SAS Group, the European Commission and the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) are conducting investigations of a number of parties in the air cargo industry, including the cargo business of SAS.

SAS takes over GO

As the majority owner, SAS has bought out the other shareholders in the travel experience company GO. The company will be merged with the vacation and leisure unit at SAS.

Direct routes to the Alps

SAS is launching two attractive direct routes for ski enthusiasts. Next winter, it will be possible to fly direct from Oslo to Innsbruck and Salzburg.

The SAS Group Traffic figures May 2008

SAS Group's May traffic figures • SAS Group's traffic increased by 12.5% during May and seat capacity was up by 11.3% vs 2007. • SAS Group carried 2.9 million passengers in May, up 5.8% vs 2007....
May 2008

SAS asks suppliers to reduce prices

In a bid to further cut costs, SAS is now requesting a 10-percent price reduction on goods and services in a letter to its suppliers, an activity that is part of the framework of the company’s Profit 2008 action program.

Public Prosecutor discontinues preliminary investigation of SAS

The Public Prosecutor in Stockholm has decided to discontinue the preliminary investigation regarding suspicions of the crime of “creating danger to another person” in conjunction with the SAS accidents involving Dash 8 Q400 aircraft in Aalborg and Vilnius on September 9, 2007 and September 12, 2007, respectively.

SAS found guilty in court

SAS Norge has been instructed to pay NOK 132 M in compensation to Norwegian in a civil suit at Asker and Bærum District Court.

SAS Group’s April traffic figures

· SAS Group's traffic increased by 17.4% during April and seat capacity was up by 22.1% vs 2007. · SAS Group carried 2.9 million passengers in April, up 17.9% vs 2007. · Total load factor was...
April 2008

SAS Facility Management sold to Coor

SAS has sold Facility Management to Coor Service Manage-ment, thereby making Coor the general service supplier to SAS in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Datagraf acquires SAS Media

Denmark’s Datagraf has acquired SAS Media AB from the SAS Group. The acquisition makes Datagraf one of the largest companies in Scandinavia when it comes to producing customer magazines.

The SAS Group Traffic figures March 2008

- SAS Group's March traffic figuresSAS Group's traffic increased by 1.4% during March and seat capacity was up by 0.9% vs 2007. - SAS Group carried 2.6 million passengers in March, down 5.5% vs...

Swedish government extends agreement for purchase of SAS flights

FMLOG, the Logistics Center of the Swedish Armed Forces, has announced that it is to extend its agreement with SAS for the purchase of international flights to Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and North and South America. The request for an extension means that the agreement, which can be utilized by 256 authorities, government offices, colleges and universities in Sweden, will be valid until May 31, 2009.

Agreement finalized with SAS pilots

On April 1, 2008, SAS and the Danish Pilots’ Association (DPF), the Norwegian SAS Pilots’ Association (NSF) and the Swedish Pilots’ Association (SPF) signed a two-year collective agreement on...
March 2008

SAS introduces flexible multiticket for all company coworkers

With its new product, Travel Pass Multiple, SAS Sverige is launching a flexible multiticket for air travel on all of SAS Sverige’s 14 domestic destinations and Stockholm – Copenhagen and Stockholm – Oslo, as well as Gothenburg - Copenhagen.

SAS introduces direct flights to Zagreb

On Monday the 31t of March, SAS introduces the flights between Stockholm-Arlanda Airport and Zagreb, Croatia. The line between Stockholm and Zagreb will be operated with departures on Mondays and Friday afternoons. From the 30th of April there will also be departures on Wednesdays.

Insider trading March 28, 2008

Sven Cahier, Chairman of SAS Tjänstemannaförening Union, has on March 28, 2008, purchased 200 SAS AB shares to an average price of SEK 54,5 corresponding to a value of SEK 10 900. His total...

Book summer trips at Easter prices with SAS

SAS Sverige is offering its customers the possibility to book tickets to several European city destinations from SEK 399, including taxes and fees.

SAS signs letter of intent with Amadeus

The SAS Group has signed a letter of intent with Amadeus, one of the leading suppliers of global distribution systems and IT solutions in the airline industry.

Notice Convening the Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting of SAS AB (publ)

Please find attached notice convening the Annual General Shareholders' Meeting of SAS AB on Wednesday 9 April 2008. The notice is also available on the internet, www.sasgroup.net SAS GROUP INVESTOR RELATIONS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SAS to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions by 20 percent by 2020

The SAS Group is today launching a new environmental strategy that includes an ambitious strategic environmental target. The entire environmental strategy can be read in the SAS Group’s Annual Report and Sustainability Report at https://www.sasgroup.net.

The SAS Group Annual Report for 2007 approved

At a Board meeting today in SAS AB the SAS Group's and the Parent Company SAS AB's Annual for 2007 report was presented and approved. The full 2007 SAS Group Annual Report is now available as a .pdf...

SEK 5,650 to SAS’s new, exciting destination: Delhi

In the autumn, SAS will expand its intercontinental route network, which will also include India. Effective October 27, SAS will fly to Delhi three times a week. In conjunction with the launch of the Delhi route, SAS is offering an introductory fare of SEK 5,650, including taxes and fees.
February 2008

SAS strengthens offering to Milan

It will now be simpler to fly with SAS to Italy. As of April 16, SAS is to increase the number of departures between Stockholm and Milan. This increase will involve an additional afternoon departure between Arlanda and Malpensa on Wednesdays and Fridays. SAS now flies nine times a week direct to Milan from Stockholm.

SAS to launch Warsaw route

SAS Norge is to commence flights to Warsaw. This is the third Polish destination to which SAS will start flying in the summer and the 15th new direct route launched by the carrier this year.

SAS introduces lower fares for long-haul Economy Extra

Travelers can reap the rewards of Economy Extra for less, as SAS is lowering fares on all intercontinental routes by up to 25%. Earlier this month, Economy Extra was also upgraded on all long-haul routes. The reduced fare is available as of today, 15 February 2008, making it even more affordable for travelers to fly more comfortably, for less.

SAS takes over GO

SAS has purchased the Reitan Group’s shares in the travel company GO, and will thereby become the principal shareholder in the company. The distribution agreement between GO and the Reitan Group will remain as is.

Proposals from the Nomination Committee of SAS AB to the 2008 Annual General Meeting – new Board Chairman and new Board member.

The Nomination Committee of SAS AB will propose to the Annual General Meeting on April 9, 2008 that Consul-General Fritz H. Schur be elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of SAS AB. He is proposed as the replacement for the current Chairman Egil Myklebust who has expressed a desire to step down from his Board assignment. The Nomination Committee also proposes that Dag Mejdell, CEO of Posten Norge AS, be elected as a new Board member.

SAS Group’s January traffic figures

• SAS Group's traffic increased by 4.8% in the first month of the year and seat capacity was up by 6.9% vs 2007. • SAS Group carried 2.3 million passengers in January, up 4.3% vs 2007. • Total...

Decision on structural changes to SAS Group companies

The Board of Directors of SAS AB has today decided on the future structure of SAS Ground Services (SGS), SAS Technical Services (STS) and Spirit (terminal management within SAS Cargo). Until further...
January 2008

Fingerprint recognition to be introduced at Arlanda and

SAS Sverige is introducing a biometric solution for baggage handling at Arlanda and Landvetter to provide customers with simpler and smoother travel. Approximately 50 percent of all passengers on SAS’s domestic flights travel with baggage and will be able to utilize the biometric solution.

Fingerprint recognition to be introduced at Arlanda and Landvetter

SAS Sverige is introducing a biometric solution for baggage handling at Arlanda and Landvetter to provide customers with simpler and smoother travel. Approximately 50 percent of all passengers on SAS’s domestic flights travel with baggage and will be able to utilize the biometric solution.

Dash 8 Q400 construction error

SAS has made a thorough technical examination of the landing gear on the Dash 8 Q400 aircraft that were taken out of service after the third accident involving this aircraft type in autumn 2007.

SAS Group December traffic figures

• SAS Group's traffic increased by 2.9% in December and seat capacity was up by 3.3% vs 2006. • SAS Group carried 2.7 million passengers in December, up 0.3% vs 2006. • Total load factor was...

Voters and the choice of vacation

Those who support the Swedish governing Alliance (non-socialist bloc) parties want to bathe, while opposition supports prefer to merely relax. But people of all political colors want to travel this summer. Moderate Party and Center Party sympathizers want to play golf. Liberal Party, Christian Democrat Party and Social Democratic Party supporters prefer to bathe. Supporters of the Left and Green Parties want to relax. Left Party supporters also dream about fishing. These are the results of a survey commissioned by SAS.
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