Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is offering the Japanese market thousands of record low priced tickets to Scandinavia and Europe.
“Price is increasingly important for customers, and we decided to do all we can to help Japanese travelers discover SAS’ low prices,” said Ole Johansson, regional general manager, Asia & Pacific. “Low price, Scandinavian service, and more than 90% of our flights arriving on time -- I think I can say that this is an offer with exceptional value.”
Tickets must be booked by Sept 20, for travel between Nov 1, 2010 and March 31, 2011 (blackout period Dec 16, 2010 – Jan 10, 2011). Prices are for return fares, excluding taxes and fees, and subject to capacity limits.
The campaign includes all SAS destinations in Europe. Here are some price examples:
Tokyo-Copenhagen (round trip): from 55,000 yen; to Geneva (from 55,000 yen); Oslo (from 55,000 yen); Amsterdam (from 55,000 yen); Frankfurt (from 55,000 yen); Paris (from 55,000 yen).
For more information, please visit www.flysas.co.jp
SAS also offers a unique and convenient fare system that allows passengers to combine two of its three classes: Business, Economy Extra and Economy, in one round-trip ticket. So depending on your budget, your schedule, and your business, you can choose one class on your way, and a different one for your return.© Japan Today