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SAS and Singapore Airlines To Strengthen Partnership

Scandinavian Airlines and Singapore Airlines have signed a Letter of Intent to further develop and enhance their partnership. This may cover additional codeshare flights, as well as network co-operation on potential new sectors between Scandinavia and Singapore.

SAS and SIA entered into a codeshare agreement in December 2010, under which SAS added its SK code to Singapore Airlines-operated flights between Copenhagen and Singapore and selected flights between Singapore and Bangkok. On a reciprocal basis, the SQ prefix was added to SAS-operated flights from Copenhagen to Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm.

In a joint statement, SAS Chief Commercial Officer, Robin Kamark, and SIA Senior Vice President Marketing, Tan Chik Quee, said: "We see opportunities for deeper co-operation which will strengthen our customer offering and provide more options for seamless travel between Northern Europe and South East Asia. We look forward to announcing these plans once they are finalised."