SAS redefines seating policy on all aircraft

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  1. sobore
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    http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/n...vel+News)&utm_content=Netvibes#When:09:40:37Z

    On Sunday June 9th 2013, SAS is launching its brand new service concept: SAS Go and SAS Plus, to replace Business Class, Economy Extra and Economy Classes.

    This change reflects SAS’ rigorous on going investment strategy to offer its customers the most modern flight experience in Europe.

    After a very smooth transition, bookings opened on Saturday June 1st with the first flight taking off on June 9th.

    The new service concept was developed in close dialogue with SAS’ customers and employees and through suggestions posted through My SAS Idea, SAS’ open forum for ideas.
    “The service classes that were created 30 years ago do not reflect the needs of the modern traveller.

    Read More: http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/n...vel+News)&utm_content=Netvibes#When:09:40:37Z
     
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    Good initiative.
     
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    While this is old news, what's more important and relates to the thread title is that SAS has started to soft-block seats nexts to EBGs and Plus customer, when space is available
     

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