Scandinavian Airlines System

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A MD-80 from SAS
Scandinavian Airlines head office

Scandinavian Airlines (fd. Scandinavian Airlines System) (SAS) is a airline based in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The airline operates routes in Europe, Asia and North America.

Fleet[change | edit source]

Air Arabia Fleet
Type In
Service
Orders Passengers
(Business/Extra/Economy)
Routes Notes
Airbus A319 4 0 141(0/0/141) Europe, Scandinavia
Airbus A321 8 0 187 (0/0/187) Europe, Scandinavia
Airbus A330-300 4 0 264 (34/35/195) North America
Airbus A340-300 7 0 245 (46/28/171) North America and Asia
Boeing 737-400 4 0 150 (0/0/150) Norway domestic
Boeing 737-500 13 0 120 (0/0/120) Norway domestic
Boeing 737-600 27 0 112-123 (0/0/112-123) Domestic, Scandinavia, Europe Largest operator of the Boeing 737-600
Boeing 737-700 17 2 131-141 (0/0/131-141) Norway domestic, Scandinavia, Europe
Boeing 737-800 16 2 186 (0/0/186) Domestic, Scandinavia, Europe
Bombardier CRJ900 9 3 + 17 options 88 (0/0/88) Domestic, Scandinavia, Europe Dash-8 replacement aircraft.
Fokker 50 5 0 50 (0/0/50) Norway domestic
McDonnell Douglas MD-81 2 0 150 Domestic Exit from service: 2009-2010
McDonnell Douglas MD-82 34 0 150 (0/0/150) Domestic, Scandinavia, Europe 12 MD82 to be retired 2009-2010
McDonnell Douglas MD-87 6 0 125 (0/0/125) Domestic, Scandinavia, Europe Exit from service 2009