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SAS EuroBonus introduces online booking for award trips around the globe

October 31, 2018 11:30

SAS EuroBonus members can now use their EuroBonus points to book award trips online to all destinations offered by any of the 28 Star Alliance member airlines.

– Our members love to travel around the world for EuroBonus points. We have now made it easy to find and book award trips with all our Star Alliance partners in a few clicks online, says Johan Mägi, Head of EuroBonus at SAS.

– We know that EuroBonus access to benefits and award flights within the global Star Alliance network is unique and something our members truly value. The new booking tool opens up award trips to destinations, all around the world, as no other loyalty program in Scandinavia does, and will strengthen the EuroBonus program even more.

Previously, Star Alliance award trips have only been offered via phone.

From 31st of October, fees will be lowered* for the majority of Star Alliance award trips booked with EuroBonus points.

Points prices for award trips with Star Alliance partners in Business Class and First Class will increase by an average 18%. However, point prices for awards trips with SAS and for award trips with Star Alliance partners in Economy will remain unchanged. SAS American Express 50% point discount voucher can now also be used directly in the Star Alliance online booking.

About Star Alliance
Star Alliance brings together 28 member airlines offering more than 18,800 daily departures. The combined fleet of over 4,700 airplanes flies to more than 1,317 destinations in 193 countries worldwide, making it the largest global airline alliance.

*Price examples:

Fees for a return flight between e.g. Stockholm, Sweden and New York, US are lowered with approximately 2.000 SEK per person.

Fees for a return flight between e.g. Stockholm, Sweden and Rome, Italy are lowered with approximately 350 SEK per person.


Attached you will find a list of Star Alliance member airlines. 

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