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According to Seatguru and FlySAS, on SAS you're always allowed a carry-on luggage and at least one piece of checked luggage. So yes, you're correct Simple rules. SAS always allows you to take at least one bag (up to 23 kg/51 lbs.) with you, plus one cabin baggage item up to 8 kg/18 lbs. completely free. If you are traveling in SAS Plus or SAS Business, ...


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One way is to use Google Flights. It won't give you a plaintext schedule, but you can see which days flights operate on quite easily through a visualization they provide. Finding the days a specific route flies Search for your origin and destination, specify the airline you want to check, filter for your nonstop flights, and then expand the calendar by ...


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The app is sufficient. You just go straight to security and scan your QR code there. If you're worried about running out of battery on your phone, you can print a boarding pass in one of the self check-in machines to have as a backup. Good luck on your first flight!


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You need to be under 26 at the time of departure. Source: Tweet by official SAS twitter account. (Also @LassiUosukainen pointed out in a comment: If you enter the correct birth date the system does not let you continue if you are too old.)


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The SAS Plus page you linked, does mention the access to lounges. However it does also note that this access is subject to availability. The only lounge at Keflavik seems to be the Saga Lounge by Iceland Air. In its access rules, Iceland Air does not mention SAS passengers at all, regardless of flight class. Hence, SAS Plus passengers do not have access to ...


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Oslo Airport DOMESTIC TRANSFER All passengers travelling with Norwegian, SAS or Widerøe, from international to domestic, should use Domestic Transfer. Passengers must pass through customs at gate D2 (yellow area) and then enter the domestic departure terminal. Your baggage will be transferred directly to the next flight as long as it has been marked ...


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The answer is "Yes" but only if you are arriving from an intercontinental flight. EuroBonus Gold & Diamond members can also access SAS lounges if arriving from a SAS-operated intercontinental flight (except at Newark due to airport authority regulations). https://www.flysas.com/en/travel-info/at-the-airport/lounges/lounge-access/ I would presume ...


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It is very likely that you might be challenged, as you need to present your id in order to board with a SAS Youth Ticket: Eligibility: Valid for youth 0-25 years of age. Youth under 12 years must travel with adult 16 years or older. Fare not valid for unaccompanied minors. Passengers must present a valid ID at the time of ticketing and at the gate. ...


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I searched Expertflyer for Flight Availability the V class shows up and on the random date and city pair I have chosen (well, random but in a way that some flights have 0 in V) seems to show the same flights as SAS itself (I cropped the image because there are many, many flights on this city pair but it's enough to show the sameness):


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SAS launched Point Sharing in late 2018. From the website: When you start or join Point Sharing, all your existing EuroBonus points are transferred to the Point Sharing account. During the time you are part of the group all the EuroBonus points that you earn are transferred to the Point sharing account. https://www.sas.se/en/eurobonus/point-sharing/#/...


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It seems the current best method for a family is to each get their own EuroBonus account and earn points there. For family members that are eligible and will spend the requisite amounts connecting a MasterCard or American Express card linked to the account should be considered (http://www.flysas.com/en/us/eurobonus/partner-index-earn/). For those that can ...


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The answer is unfortunately "it depends". It depends on the airport layout, the specific flight route, and the rules and regulations of the frequent flyer program and your specific access tool. It's a lot easier when you can stay airside. If you are flying domestic in the US you do arrive airside and you can chose when to leave the secure area and pick up ...


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Was in KEF today Nov 6 2017. SAS Plus (or any SAS) does not have access to Saga Lounge in KEF.


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The QR code should be enough. However, make sure your device has sufficient battery charge left to last until after you board the plane (for that reason alone, I nearly always print a physical copy as well).


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You try to credit a Star Alliance flight to a Star Alliance bonus program. What counts here is the airline that operates the flight, which is SAS in your case. Who issued the ticket does not really matter. You should be able to claim miles if you did not fly in any of the fare classes I, R, X, N, or F (according to the current version of https://en....


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Per SAS earning chart O is Go and not something higher. Whether it's Go or Go light, per this flyertalk post can't be decided based on the booking class alone: SAS Go Light will be available in the same booking classes as SAS Go, but will be offered to a lower fare than SAS Go and exclude checked baggage allowance in the ticket. It will be possible ...


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