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SAS helps out V-bird's passengers

October 11, 2004 15:50

SAS helps out V-bird’s passengers

The German no-frills carrier V-bird Airlines has suspended all flights due to financial problems, including those on the Arlanda-Düsseldorf (Niederrhein) route. This means that a number of passengers will be unable to fly to Germany with V-bird. It also means that many Swedes will be left stranded in Germany and won’t be able to fly home as planned.

“We are offering those customers who are now unable to fly between Düsseldorf and Arlanda, even though they’ve bought V-bird tickets, the chance to travel with us instead for SEK 1,500 one way,” says Susanne Dahlberg, responsible for Revenue Management at Scandinavian Airlines Sverige.

“We are prepared to help out passengers who can produce evidence of a booking between Düsseldorf and Arlanda with V-bird. Obviously we are also extending the same offer to passengers stuck in Arlanda because of V-bird.”

The offer applies to direct flights to Stockholm. Passengers wishing to take advantage of Scandinavian Airlines Sverige’s offer should call SAS Sales Centers in Sweden on 0770 727 727, or +46-8-797 4000 from abroad.

For further information, please contact:
Susanne Dahlberg, Revenue Management Sverige,
Tel.: 070 997 5074


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