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SAS and Aer Lingus Sign Interline Agreement

SAS and Aer Lingus Sign Interline Agreement

Scandinavian Airlines and Aer Lingus have signed an interline agreement to enable more convenient connections between Ireland and Scandinavia. 

The agreement is effective from 1stNovember and will allow travellers to use the services of Aer Lingus between UK and Ireland when connecting onwards with SAS, to Scandinavia and beyond.

SAS Alan Sparling

Alan Sparling, Country Manager – Ireland, SAS

Alan Sparling, Country Manager –  Ireland, SAS, said: “This agreement strengthens the comprehensive timetable that Scandinavian Airlines already offers from Dublin direct to Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo by enabling new connections from Cork, Shannon and Belfast, which heretofore did not exist. We are delighted to announce this interline agreement.”

This agreement applies on routing UK/Ireland (Aer Lingus) to or from Scandinavian Airlines network, when issued on SAS tickets, and complements the existing Scandinavian timetable of up to 26 flights per week, non-stop from Dublin. 

As a result of the agreement, customers flying SAS and Aer Lingus now have the additional flexibility and ease offered by the availability of a single electronic ticket.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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