Flying in business class or a premium cabin within Europe is rarely anything to write home about. In the vast majority of cases the seats are exactly the same throughout the entire cabin and you will be lucky to get an empty middle seat and possibly an extra cocktail table. But there are exceptions. If you fly on one of SAS’ eight Airbus A321 and happen to be booked in their premium class, SAS Plus, book yourself on the first row. The legroom is quite impressive for an intra-Europe flight and if you prefer a window seat you will have no problems passing in front of your seat neighbours.
If you are lucky enough to get on one of the few British Airways Airbus A321 that used to belong to bmi British Midland and are booked in Club Europe (British Airways business class), then […]
SAS has signed an agreement with ViaSat to offer a faster Wi-Fi service onboard its shorthaul and mediumhaul fleet with speeds of 12 Mbps and higher to each passenger. The idea is that passengers should also […]
A nice thing about flying SAS or Star Alliance out of Oslo Gardermoen airport is that they serve waffles in the SAS Gold lounge, but for some reason only on Tuesdays and only in the […]