SAS Begins U.S. Program for Small- and Midsized Companies

September 15, 2010
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Scandinavian Airlines with an A340 engine. Photo courtesy of SAS.

“Whether employees fly once a week or once a year, the company cuts corporate travel costs from the very first flight with SAS Credits,” says Palle Christensen, director of sales in the U.S. and Canada at Scandinavian Airlines. The new program is geared towards small and midsize companies and organizations who don’t have a contract with SAS.

 

With the program customers can get a fare discount at the time of purchase and earn SAS Credits every time an employee travels on business with SAS, Blue1 or Widerøe. The earned credits can be used towards purchasing tickets. There is no fee to join and no limit on how many credits a customer can earned. 

“We want to reward our loyal customers, both those who purchase the ticket and those who travel. That’s why companies can earn SAS Credits while the traveler can earn points in our EuroBonus frequent flyer program at the same time”, says Christensen.

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