CO2 Emissions

SAS relative CO2 emissions decreased in 2017 to 96 grams (99) per passenger kilometer compared with 2016.

In fiscal year 2017, SAS’s total emissions from aircraft operations increased 6.2 % compared with fiscal year 2016 while the production in tonne kilometers increased 9.4%.

Goal attainment Minus 20% Rolling 12 months vs. full year 2005
Mar19 Feb19 Jan19 Dec18 Nov18 Oct18 Sep18
Absolute CO2 Emissions -3.8% -3.1% -3.1% -3.1% -5.1% -2.9% -2.8%
Relative CO2 Emissions -21.9% -22.2% -22.1% -22.0% -22.2% -21.9% -21.8%
flysas November 22, 2019
flysas "I took this picture on the Tokyo Skytree. It had been cloudy for days and I hadn’t yet seen mount Fuji uncovered even after driving up to 5th station. On this sunny day I finally decided to give it a shot and to take the elevator up to the 350th floor. This picture reminds me of the chaos of the city and the calmness of nature that is right next to this metropolis" amazing picture by traveler 📷mariannelong #flysas #tokyo #wearetravelers
flysas November 19, 2019
Las Palmas has more to offer than sun & beaches 🌄 Less than 40km into the interior lies the old village of Tejeda. Sitting on the edge of a volcanic crater surrounded by stunning rock formations, old rock carvings and great hiking trails #flysas #wearetravelers  #GranCanaria
flysas Las Palmas has more to offer than sun & beaches 🌄 Less than 40km into the interior lies the old village of Tejeda. Sitting on the edge of a volcanic crater surrounded by stunning rock formations, old rock carvings and great hiking trails #flysas #wearetravelers #GranCanaria
flysas November 14, 2019
flysas "When your backyard looks like a national park 🐎" - stunning place and picture by traveler @jdubcaptures #wearetravelers #flysas #faroeislands
SAS - Travelers for the Future - October 2019 (45s)
SAS - Scandinavia Starts at Takeoff - October 2019
SAS - Scandinavia Starts at Takeoff - October 2019 - Rasmus Ilsø Olsen