Class rating 6.9
- Boarding 7.4
- Seat for sitting 6.4
- Seat for sleeping 4.2
- Service 7.2
- Entertainment 5.0
- Food & drink 6.8
- Punctuality 8.2
- Baggage 6.8
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
SAS offers two levels of short and medium-haul economy service, both offering the same seat with a 30-32-inch pitch.
The basic Economy product within Europe and Scandinavia provides a seat and a 20kg hold luggage allowance. Food and drink must be purchased onboard.
The second fare type is known as Economy Extra. This offers a 30kg luggage allowance and a full meal service, the cost of which is included in the fare.
Both types of economy ticket offer free seat selection and the option of mobile check-in. Economy Extra passengers also get the use of SAS's Fast Track security channel.
Update March 2013:
SAS was due to change its domestic and European service classes, replacing the current economy, economy extra and business with two new products: SAS Go and SAS Plus.
SAS Go passengers are allowed one piece of checked luggage and complimentary tea and coffee, plus the option to buy food on board (as is currently the case for economy passengers).
SAS Plus passengers will get additional benefits including a second piece of checked luggage, fast track security and lounge access, complimentary in-flight food and drink, and double the number of Euro Bonus points.
SAS is offering a new onboard service concept, where the traditional airplane food will be replaced with a café style.
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I needed to get from MLA to GOT and this was the first of two connecting flights, to ARN. As business class was not available, I selected premium economy and chose seat 2D, using my Miles and More account. The check in was t the business class counter and a staff member was ensuring that only those people or card holders were using it, so it the waiting time was... more
SAS are a very good airline, they may not get much credit, but they are very good in certain areas. The flight I took was one from oslo to bergen. For a 40 min flight one does want a little bit of service. A selection of newspapers and free tea and coffee is very good for 40 min. All in all are both comfotable and easy, notto mention all most allways on time!! more