Class rating 6.6
- Boarding 6.7
- Seat for sitting 6.3
- Seat for sleeping 4.0
- Service 6.3
- Entertainment 4.0
- Food & drink 6.7
- Punctuality 9.3
- Baggage 9.3
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
SAS's long-haul Airbus aircraft have economy seating in a 2-4-2 configuration. Seat pitch is 81cm/32inches and seats are 45cm/17inches wide. SAS is also one of the few airlines to allow advance seat reservations in Economy. All seats are equipped with a 6.4” personal screen which allows the passenger to watch landing and take off.
SAS passengers in Economy are served a cocktail and snacks, followed by a three-course meal, coffee/tea and liqueur. During night flights, a breakfast is served before landing, and on day flights a cold meal. Between meals passengers are invited to help themselves to juice, water, snacks and sandwiches. All drinks served with meals are complimentary, but alcoholic drinks between meals have to be purchased.
For those travelling with children there are special kids’ meals, activity packs and dedicated movie/audio channels.
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Flew to Tokyo in economy. The airplane was not equipped with avod, so we had to wait until à Movie was due. Fair room, not as tight as in AirFrance, but not as roomy as in Qatar. Food was well above par so as service. more
EWR-CPH ( New York - Copenhagen ) 10/26/12 In flight entertainment and seat comfort was very bad. The screen was small, sound quality poor. The screen had seen better days. Mealservice only 1 free wine/beer, if you want something more to drink you have to pay. The seat was hard, pitch very bad. 4 other passangers complained about the seat comfort. Overall impression... more