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Old April 13th, 2005, 03:51 AM   #1
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DK/FI/SK | Scandinavian Aviation

More people fly SAS

SAS passenger traffic increased by 4,5% in March 2005 compared to the same period in 2004. 2,7 million passengers travelled with the company in March 2005. The overall cabin load-the figure showing how full the planes were - was 64 percent, an increase of 1.7 percent.

Passenger figures for SAS's subsidiary Scandinavian Airlines decreased by 2.5 percent. However, Scandinavian Airlines' cabin load increased by 1.9 percent, up to 66.9 percent.

Scandinavian Airlines overall profit increased by 3% in February compared to the same month last year. It is, however, expected that this year's early Easter and lower prices on European routes from Copenhagen will lead to lower profits for March, the SAS Group announced in its monthly report.

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Old April 13th, 2005, 08:24 PM   #2
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what are the airlines related to scandinavian aviation? i can only think of two - sas and finnair.. perhaps icelandair if you consider it scandinavian.
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Old April 14th, 2005, 02:52 AM   #3
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heirloom..my answer swept away with the server update

here is a longer list:
Maersk-air
Finnair
Snowflake
Britannia Airways
Eastair
European Flight Service
European Executive Express
Falcon Air
FlyMe
Malmö Aviation
Novair
SAS
Skyways
Stanson Air
Swedline
SWE FLY
Viking Airlines
Örebro Aviation

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Old April 14th, 2005, 05:30 AM   #4
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huh strange. so was my reply. so iceland is not considered to be scandinavian?
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Old April 14th, 2005, 05:47 AM   #5
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missed it,yes it does
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Old April 19th, 2005, 12:21 AM   #6
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you missed one, Norwegian
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Old April 24th, 2005, 05:39 PM   #7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by drwho
heirloom..my answer swept away with the server update

here is a longer list:
Maersk-air
Finnair
Snowflake
Britannia Airways
Eastair
European Flight Service
European Executive Express
Falcon Air
FlyMe
Malmö Aviation
Novair
SAS
Skyways
Stanson Air
Swedline
SWE FLY
Viking Airlines
Örebro Aviation
You missed 2 danish ones... Sterling, and Cimber Air
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Old May 10th, 2005, 05:19 PM   #8
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Swedish low-cost carrier FlyMe to start Stockholm-London route
9 May 2005

STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) - Swedish low-cost carrier FlyMe Europe AB said Monday it will start a new route between Stockholm and London on Oct. 3.

The airline will fly between Arlanda airport outside Stockholm and London's Gatwick airport. There will be one flight in each direction daily Monday-Friday.

FlyMe said it would announce the ticket prices on May 30.

The Goteborg, Sweden-based airline flies to destinations in Sweden and Finland year-round and to Nice, France, in the summer.
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Old May 10th, 2005, 05:27 PM   #9
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Finnair seen turning to Q1 op. profit -survey

HELSINKI, May 6 (Reuters) - Finnish national carrier Finnair is expected to turn to a first-quarter operating profit thanks to cost cuts and good demand, a Reuters survey showed.

January-to-March operating profit is seen at 3.6 million euros ($4.66 million) versus an underlying loss of 3.9 million a year ago, according to the average estimate of 5 analysts. Net sales are seen rising 6 percent to 438 million.

Finnair Chief Executive Keijo Suila said in March the year had started well and demand continued to be strong.

Enskilda Securities, eQ Bank, FIM Securities, Mandatum Stockbokers, and Opstock Securities contributed to the survey.

Finnair is due to report first-quarter results on May 12.
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Old June 17th, 2005, 01:54 PM   #10
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W-lan on all SAS-flights from today.


price:
8 hours or more 295SKR (38.81US$)/(31.88 euro)
2-6 hours flight,195SKR (25.68$) / (21 euros)
0-2 hours=145 SKR (20$) / (15.67 euros)

http://mobil.mkf.se/ArticlePages/200...rer246.dbp.asp
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Old June 17th, 2005, 01:58 PM   #11
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Another Norwegian airliner forgotten, Widerøe: http://www.wideroe.no/index.asp
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Old July 6th, 2009, 08:03 PM   #12
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Norwegian Air Shuttle March traffic, yield rise
7 April 2009

OSLO, April 7 (Reuters) - Budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle carried 9.4 percent more passengers in March than a year earlier, and its yield, an indicator of average fare levels, rose in its main business.

Norwegian Air, a rival of Scandinavian airline SAS , said on Friday it carried 787,003 passengers on its Norwegian, Danish, Swedish and Polish operations in March, up from 719,148 a year earlier.

The number of passengers fell at its Swedish hub, while it grew in the rest of its business. Total passenger traffic, a measure of the number of passengers and kilometres flown, rose in both the main operations and the Swedish business, it said.

"The increase in passenger traffic, production and passengers is related to the company's expansion in established markets and to the introduction of new routes from April 2008 to March 2009, as well as adjustments in production capacity and a steady increase in passengers," Norwegian said.

The yield -- the average revenue per passenger carried and kilometre flown -- rose 10 percent in March year-on-year to 0.65 Norwegian crown ($0.10) across the airline's operations in Norway, Denmark and Poland, it said.

The yield in its Swedish operation -- the rebranded FlyNordic, which was acquired in July 2007 and is reported on separately -- fell 32 percent to 0.46 crown, the airline said.

The company said the drop was caused by new routes and a longer average distance for flights.

Total passenger traffic (RPK), which factors in distance flown, increased in the main operations by 11 percent year-on-year in March, Norwegian Air Shuttle said, but the load factor, an indicator of seats sold as a percentage of capacity, fell by 6 percentage points to 75 percent, the airline said.

"The operation in Poland was affected by some pressure on yield and load," Norwegian Air said.

Internet sales accounted for 91 percent of tickets sold in in March, Norwegian Air Shuttle said.
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SAS says talks with trade unions collapse

STOCKHOLM, July 6 (Reuters) - Scandinavian airline SAS said on Monday its negotiations with trade unions had been fruitless and that it would not reach the cost savings it had aimed for.

The airline, half-owned by Sweden, Norway and Denmark, said in a statement it had not reached any agreement with the company's 39 trade unions and would now concentrate on identifying other means and actions to reduce costs.

"We have made certain progress in the last two weeks, but have not been able to reach an agreement that provides long-term or substantial cost reductions, without the agreements being linked to impossible conditions or met with counter demands," the firm said.

"Group management will now together with the board immediately focus on finding other means and actions to lower our costs," it added.
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I have decided to reopen this thread for discussions governing aviation covering the following nations:

- Denmark
- Finland
- Sweden

Norway has its own thread here, and I am looking forward to making this thread as productive as it can be.
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There is also this thread for discussion of all Nordic carriers.
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Here's what I've been thinking with airports in Scandinavia: are there certain airports that are open seasonally (e.g. summer only or winter only)?
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