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SAS and Thai Airways Expand Code-share Agreement

Scandinavian Airlines and Star Alliance partner Thai Airways will expand their present code-share agreement to also cover Stockholm - Bangkok vv, Oslo - Bangkok vv and Copenhagen - Bangkok vv. This will be in addition to the present code-share destinations on Thai's regional destinations in Asia and SAS' Scandinavian and European destinations.

"We are very pleased that we are now able to take the next step in our cooperation together with Thai Airways. Bangkok and Thailand is a very important destination both for Scandinavian business and leisure travelers. We now look forward to offer our customers more and better options to reach Bangkok from all of Scandinavia," said Rickard Gustafson, President and CEO, SAS.

The new code-share agreement makes it possible for SAS to offer its customer nonstop flights from Scandinavia to Bangkok and for SAS and Thai to further strengthen their customer offer and market position in Scandinavia.