Daily non-stop service between Newark and Oslo was launched on March 28. The flight departs Oslo Gardermoen Airport in late morning and arrives at Newark Airport in early afternoon, allowing for connections at either end of the journey.
The service is operated with an Airbus A330-300 aircraft seating 264 passengers: 34 in Business, 35 in Economy Extra and 195 in Economy.
Ergonomically designed seats, three-course meals and drinks are included in all classes on SAS transatlantic flights. There is a personal video screen at every seat in the Business, Economy Extra – our premium economy -- and Economy cabins, with access to a wide selection of movies, music and entertainment.
SAS EuroBonus is one of the largest loyalty programs in the Nordic region, with nearly three million members. The program has been expanded substantially, to include companies outside the travel industry, and has more than 100 partners, including airlines, hotels car rental companies, debit and credit cards and shops.
SAS was ranked as Europe’s most punctual airline in 2010 by FlightStats, an independent research company. SAS serves 100 cities in Scandinavia, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America, including more destinations in Scandinavia than any other carrier.
Denmark, Sweden and Norway are among the most environmentally conscious countries in the world. SAS, as their national airline of the region, has clear environmental policies and environmental objectives.
By 2020, the relative release of climate-changing emissions must be halved per unit produced compared with 2006. Converted into absolute numbers, this means that total emissions must fall by 20%, assuming a 4% growth in passenger numbers during the same period. This will be done by continuing to work on improvements, including increased energy efficiency, renewal of the aircraft fleet, more efficient flight management, and a low admixture of bio-fuels based on sustainable and renewable sources.
To offer greater freedom of choice, SAS is a member of the Star Alliance, whose 29 airlines serve more than 1,200 airports in 185 countries around the world.
For more information on SAS, visit www.flysas.com/us
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