Less expensive and simpler domestic flights with SAS
Today, Scandinavian Airlines Sweden presented Nya Inrikesflyget, its new domestic offering, which will make travel less expensive, with flexible tickets, oneway tickets that can be freely combined, and a new easy-to-use website for booking tickets.
“Domestic travel will now be cheaper and simpler with SAS,” says President Anders Ehrling.
There will be three ticket types on Nya Inrikesflyget: Fix, Flex and Full Flex.
– Fix always costs from SEK 450, is available on all departures, and the number of seats depends on demand.
– Flex is a ticket that is fully rebookable.
– Full Flex is fully rebookable and refundable.
“People want to fly with SAS,” says Anders Ehrling. “This has been shown in surveys conducted by us. In this sense, we are the Swedish people’s airline. And with Nya Inrikesflyget, with fares from SEK 450 and enhanced flexibility, everyone can fly with us on their own terms.”
Nya Inrikesflyget will be launched on March 30, at the same time as a new website for booking tickets. On the website, it will be simple to view available departures and fares, and quickly book a ticket. All complicated booking rules have been eliminated, as have paper tickets. In the future, it will be possible to take SAS domestic flights using only a card or booking number.
“Through our Nya Inrikesflyget, we are taking a huge step forward in the Swedish domestic market. The trend in recent years has presented us with a major challenge and we are now tackling this with a powerful campaign in which we offer our customers something that none of our competitors can match,” says Anders Ehrling.
For further information, please contact:
Anders Ehrling, President of Scandinavian Airlines Sweden, Tel + 46 8 797 1937
Andris Zvejnieks, Communications Director, Scandinavian Airlines Sweden, Tel +46 70 997 4239
Scandinavian Airlines Sweden’s press service, Tel +46 8 797 3330
Brief facts regarding SAS Scandinavian Airlines Sverige AB, a subsidiary within the SAS Group:
Passengers per year: Approximately 6 million
Takeoffs/landings: 300 per day
Destinations: 44, from and within Sweden.
Scandinavian Airlines is currently the airline that sells most low-fare tickets in Sweden.