The young and the young-at-heart fly to Europe from SEK 499
SAS Sverige is offering customers under 26 and over 65 air travel to Europe from Stockholm and Gothenburg from SEK 499 including taxes and fees during the period February 15 through April 30, 2008The offer applies to SAS Sverige’s European destinations that are served during the period of the offer. These flights can be booked between February 15 and March 15, 2008.
“We are eager to offer these customer groups, who are able to travel at times when we are less busy, a good opportunity to travel to Europe,” says Susanne Dahlberg, Commercial Director at SAS Sverige.
“Young people and pensioners have greater opportunities to travel mid-week and this means they can enjoy European cities, such as London and Paris, when the shops and sights are not packed with tourists,” says Susanne Dahlberg.
For the duration of the offer, SAS Sverige will also offer domestic prices for this customer group from SEK 399 or from SEK 799 for those who travel to Europe and transfer in Stockholm.
The offer includes the following destinations: Amsterdam, Athens (April 28 – October 25), Barcelona, Bergen, Berlin, Brussels, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh (starting April 4), Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Helsinki, Istanbul, Copenhagen, London Heathrow, London City, Malaga, Manchester, Milano Linate, Munich, Nice, Oslo, Palma (starting April 5), Paris, Prague, Riga, Rome (February 28 – October 25, 2008), Stavanger (starting March 30, 2008), Tallinn, Trondheim, Zagreb (starting March 31, 2008), Zürich and domestic destinations.
Read more at www.sas.se/senior and at www.sas.se/ungdom For further information, please contact:
Susanne Dahlberg, Commercial Director, SAS Sverige, +46 70 997 50 74
SAS Sverige Press Service +46 8 797 33 30
Communications Department Scandinavian Airlines Sverige
Brief facts about Scandinavian Airlines Sverige, a subsidiary of the SAS Group: Annual passengers: Approx. 6 million
Takeoffs/landings: 300 per day
Destinations: 53, from and within Sweden.
Scandinavian Airlines is now the airline that sells most low-fare tickets in Sweden.