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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Sam 7 Fév 2009 - 10:58

Bonjour

SAS , fait les comptes aprés s'être (Couteusement) débarassé de Spanair, principale cause de ses pertes !

Restructuration violente et redimentionnement du réseau et de la flotte en vue !

SAS va (Cherche à) recapitaliser à hauteur de 6 billion Skr, aprox. le montant des pertes, éloignant la perspective d'une vente ou merger !

Noter que AF et LHA ont visité Stockholm sans grands résultats, apparemment !

----------------- L'article USA Today/ AP Extrait ----------------------

http://www.usatoday.com/travel/flights/2009-02-03-sas-overhaul_N.htm

SAS announces massive overhaul after Q4 loss

By Louise Nordstrom, Associated Press Writer

STOCKHOLM — Scandinavian airline group SAS on Tuesday announced a massive overhaul of the company — a 40% cut in staff, divestments and a plan to raise 6 billion kronor ($720 million) from shareholders — after losses widened in the fourth quarter.

The struggling company said it would reduce its staff from 23,000 to 14,000, mostly by selling subsidiary airlines but also by laying off 3,000 SAS employees.

The announcement came as SAS said its fourth quarter net loss had swelled to 2.8 billion kronor from a loss of 596 million kronor in the same period in 2007.

Sales shrunk to 12.9 billion kronor from 13 billion kronor a year earlier.

The Stockholm-based company said it plans to streamline operations to focus on business travelers in the Nordic market. Last week, SAS sold an 80-percent stake in its lossmaking Spanair unit to Spanish investors for only euro1 ($1.3). It has also sold its stake in Latvian airline airBaltic.

SAS said it would also sell stakes in other subsidiaries, including Spirit, Air Greenland, BMI, Estonian Airways, Skyways, Cubic and Trust.

Chief Executive Mats Jansson said the changes would make the company "profitable and competitive," after what he called "one of the most challenging and turbulent years" ever for the aviation industry.

"We saw a period of record-high oil prices, a financial crisis that heavily intensified during the final quarter and which led to an economic recession in many markets," Jansson said.

About 5,600 employees would leave the group as part of sold or outsourced operations, including 3,000 at Spanair, SAS said.

It also said it would cut 16 aircraft from its fleet: 14 on short-and medium haul flights and two on its long-haul flights. Unprofitable routes would be abandoned.

To pay for the reorganization, SAS said it would seek to raise 6 billion kronor in a rights issue supported by the three Scandinavian governments that own 50% of the company, as well as the largest private shareholder, Sweden's powerful Wallenberg family.

Béochien

jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

Scandinavian Airline System ! SK ! SAS

Message par jullienaline le Lun 7 Sep 2009 - 13:41

Une mauvaise et une bonne nouvelle pour inaugurer ce fil :

Le traffic d'août chute de 17,5 % par rapport à l'année précédente.
Par contre, le taux d'occupation gagne 3,1 points.

http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssIndustryMaterialsUtilitiesNews/idUSSAT00645620090907



http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssIndustryMaterialsUtilitiesNews/idUSL759271220090907

Amicalement


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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 2 Nov 2009 - 10:07

Bonjour
Réflexion de SAS sur l'avenir de sa desserte long courrier.

http://www.atwonline.com/news/other.html?issueDate=11%2F2%2F2009



SAS Group currently operates nine A330s/A340s and will not continue to operate a long-haul network if it is forced to reduce that fleet to fewer than seven, President and CEO Mats Jansson told ATWOnline at last week's Star Alliance event in Newark. "The crisis hit SK in November/December 2007, at a time where we had actually been evaluating extending our long-haul fleet from 11 to 12 aircraft. But we eventually had to reduce the fleet," he said. "Hopefully we can keep the nine aircraft." Should SAS be forced to cut long-haul capacity further as a result of additional declines in demand or yield, it could be facing a situation in which it would not make financial sense to fly intercontinentally. "Seven aircraft would be the limit," Jansson confirmed, adding that the company's restructuring will not include a merger. "We are not in business to be taken over," he said.

Avant la crise 11 avions avec projet d'un 12 ième
Actuellement 9
Pour le CEO de SAS, le plancher est fixé à 7... une fois atteint, plus de desserte long courrier.

Bonne journée


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Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 5 Jan 2010 - 7:47

Bonjour à tous

SAS vend des MD à Allegiant pour 2011

Apport de cash pour du désendettement.

http://se.yhp.waymaker.net/sasgroup/con-all.asp#



SAS sells18 MD-80 surplus aircraft to Allegiant Travel Company

The SAS Group will in relation to the Core SAS program reduce its capacity by a total of 21 aircraft. By end of December 2009, 18 aircraft has already been taken out of production. As a result of this and earlier capacity reductions SAS holds MD-80 series surplus aircraft.

SAS has entered into a contract to divest 18 MD-80 Aircraft to Allegiant Travel Company, parent company of Allegiant Air, a US based airline. The aircraft are from 1985 to 1991 and will be delivered during the first half of 2010.

Allegiant has previously bought 13 SAS MD80's and claim that these are some of the best MD-80's available. This shows that SAS aircraft and maintenance program has a strong quality reputation in the market.

After the transaction the SAS Group will have 24 MD-80's in operation out of a total of 191 Aircraft. The remaining MD-80 Aircraft are intended to be kept in SAS operation as inexpensive reliable Aircraft, as well as Aircraft to manage the seasonality effect in the Nordic region.

The transaction will reduce the SAS Groups financial net debt by approximately 200 MSEK. There is no capital gain since sales value equals book value. SAS Group Corporate Communications


A noter que pour les pointes saisonnières, SAS conserve des MD80... (24).

Pour rappel, et ça vaut pour Allegiant également, il semble existe des solutions de retrofit sur les MD80 pour faires quelques économies de carburant...

Bonne journée


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jullienaline
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par jullienaline le Mer 13 Jan 2010 - 16:17

Bonjour à tous,

Mauvaise période pour SAS.
Le trafic de décembre 09 comparé à décembre 08 :

- 10,9 %
- 16,4 % pour la capacité
+ 4,3 points à 69,7 % pour le coefficient d'occupation

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/SAS-Traffic-Reports-The-SAS-bw-2084034403.html?x=0&.v=1
Amicalement


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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 27 Aoû 2010 - 13:57

Bonjour à tous

SAS se sépare de ses MD90

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/blogs/mro/index.jsp?plckController=Blog&plckBlogPage=BlogViewPost&newspaperUserId=388668c6-b459-4ea7-941e-a0a2206d415f&plckPostId=Blog%3a388668c6-b459-4ea7-941e-a0a2206d415fPost%3a208c7e3b-5831-488f-b5c5-546a1a60fbcc&plckScript=blogScript&plckElementId=blogDest



SAS reports that it has found a lessor for its eight MD-90-30s and will phase out the aircraft by mid-2011. The company identified the lessor as an "undisclosed" U.S. airline, so either Delta is continuing to expand its MD-90 collection, or the MD-90 is getting a new U.S. operator.



Et le communiqué de SAS


SAS Group has entered into 5-year leases covering its eight MD-90-30 aircraft with an undisclosed US airline. The eight aircraft will be delivered in a phase out schedule starting Q3-2010 and ending Q2-2011. The MD-90 has, in terms of number of aircraft, been a niche aircraft in the SAS Group fleet and this transaction fits very well in to SAS initiative to simplify and standardize its fleet and thereby reduce the number of aircraft types used in its total fleet. The average age of the MD- 90's is 13.5 years.


SAS louera ses MD90 a une cie américaine pour 5 ans
SAS n'avait que 8 avions...

Pour mémoire je crois qu'ils conservent les MD80 pour les pointes saisonnières...


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par aeroduO5 le Ven 27 Aoû 2010 - 14:00

Ces avions étaient exploités par les filiales de SAS.
Blue 1 (Finlande) en avait 5 et va les remplacer par des 717.
Hello (Suisse) en avait 3 et va les remplacer par des A 320.

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par aeroduO5 le Sam 16 Oct 2010 - 21:15

SAS annonce de nouveaux développements, y compris en long-courrier.

http://www.air-journal.fr/2010-10-15-sas-six-nouvelles-routes-dont-un-oslo-%e2%80%93-new-york-513721.html

Donc un Oslo-JFK quotidien en A330-300 et un Copenhague-Shangaï 5 fois par semaine en A340-300.
La flotte va être renforcée avec l'arrivée de 2 A340-300.
Ca sent la reprise en Scandinavie.

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Sam 27 Nov 2010 - 23:31

Bonsoir à tous

SAS cherche à renouveller sa flotte de mono couloirs
55 avions à la clé

Quelques liens intéressants

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-11-26/bombardier-s-c-series-is-contender-for-55-plane-sas-order-executive-says.html


Bombardier's CSeries jetliner, which has won orders from only three customers, is a leading contender for a contract from SAS Group as the biggest Nordic airline prepares to add as many as 55 planes over six years.

SAS, already one of Bombardier’s biggest European clients, is evaluating the CS300 variant of the CSeries, seating 120 to 145 people, Niklas Hardange, the carrier’s fleet-planning chief, said in an interview at its headquarters in Stockholm.

“Bombardier is the one offering the newest technique, and has a plane that’s a lot more fuel efficient than Airbus and Boeing have today,” Hardange said yesterday. “If the CSeries keeps its promises it’ll be a very successful product.”

SAS is weighing the single-aisle CSeries against the competing 737 from Boeing Co. and Airbus SAS A320 family. The airline plans to phase out 37 older 737s and Boeing MD-80s over the next few years while adding capacity to meet anticipated annual passenger growth of 4 to 6 percent through 2016.

Montreal-based Bombardier has so far secured 90 orders for the CSeries; 30 from Germany’s Deutsche Lufthansa AG, which is buying the planes for its Swiss unit, 40 from Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings Inc. and 20 from Lease Corp. International Aviation.

CRJs, Q-Series

SAS and its units own 12 Bombardier CRJ900 regional jets and 28 Q-series turboprops, including seven Q400s. The carrier got more than 1 billion kronor ($143 million) in compensation from the Canadian company and Goodrich Corp. in 2008 after Q400 landing-gear problems caused three crash-landings in six weeks.

The CSeries model is attractive because of its lighter composite-based construction and more fuel-efficient engines from United Technologies Corp.’s Pratt & Whitney unit, Hardange said. Still, the technology is untested and the CS300 probably won’t be available to SAS until 2014, he said.

Bombardier spokesman John Arnone said the company doesn’t comment on potential customers, while adding that it is “involved in discussions with many airlines and operators regarding the CSeries aircraft.”

Buying Boeing 737s would “simplify” the SAS fleet as there are 83 planes from the Chicago-based manufacturer among the 193 that the airline currently operates, Hardange said. SAS is also interested in Airbus’s A320 and A319 variants, he said, and is looking at the European company’s planned “Neo” upgrade, which would feature a new, more efficient engine.

Leasing Option

The Scandinavian airline, half-owned by the governments of Sweden, Norway and Denmark, has yet to decide to what extent it will buy or rent planes, and is also talking with lessors.

“Historically it’s been better for us to own than to lease,” Hardange said. “Today we’re not so sure. We’re flexible and want to grab the best opportunities we can. We’ll do it gradually and don’t see a big bang ahead of us.”

The fleet-renewal plan comes as SAS is deep into a 7.8 billion-kronor cost-cutting program, and the carrier wants to improve cash flow and boost credit ratings before committing to a purchase, which “is not coming tomorrow,” said Sture Stoelen, its head of investor relations. Selling more shares to help fund new planes is not an option, he added.

SAS has been unprofitable in all but one of the past 12 quarters after struggling with declining traffic, strikes and airspace closures following a volcanic eruption in Iceland.

Qatar Airways Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al-Baker said yesterday that Bombardier needs to resolve “commercially sensitive issues” regarding the CSeries or risk seeing it eclipsed by Airbus’s re-engined Neo. Pratt & Whitney said Sept. 17 it aimed to iron out a “misunderstanding” that prompted the Gulf carrier to delay an order for as many as 30 planes.

Bombardier was trading down 0.4 percent at C$4.82 as of 11:24 a.m. in Toronto. The stock is up 0.5 percent this year.

SAS closed 3 percent lower at 22.80 kronor and has declined 55 percent this year for a value of 7.50 billion kronor.


Et
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-11-26/bombardier-s-cseries-jet-is-frontrunner-for-sas-order.html

55 avions sur 6 ans
La version CS300 est évaluée (120 à 145 places)
De même que des 737 et les A319/A320 mais plutôt en NeO

Les options sont ouvertes : achat ou leasing

SAS est en plein plan de restructuration... et la commande ne semble pas devoir être lancée à court terme

Bonne soirée


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par aeroduO5 le Dim 28 Nov 2010 - 11:30

Bonjour à tous

C'est bien si SAS réfléchit à une nouvelle commande, ça montre qu'ils vont mieux.
Le CSeries me paraît être un très bon avion vu leur réseau.
Ca leur permettrait une belle rationnalisation car ils ont un peu de tout en moyen-courrier.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Mar 4 Jan 2011 - 11:13

Bonjour !

HoHo une "Bidding" guerre qui s'annonce !
LuftHansa pourrait ne pas être le seul intéressé pour acheter SAS !


---------- Nouvelles de SwedishWire, le lien et un extrait --------


http://www.swedishwire.com/business/7962-air-france-klm-lufthansa-and-british-airways-would-be-ready-to-enter-a-bidding-war

Shares in Scandinavian airline SAS soared Monday after a report said carriers Air France-KLM, Lufthansa and British Airways would be ready to enter a bidding war for the beleaguered company.

At 1445 GMT, shares in SAS -- in which Denmark, Norway and Sweden together own 50 percent -- were up more than 10 percent on a Stockholm stock exchange up 1.83 percent.

When the market closed at 1630 GMT, SAS shares had gained 11.11 percent to 25 kronor (3.70 dollars, 2.80 euros) on a market up 1.84 percent.

The gains came the first trading day after a report in Danish business daily Boersen said three major European airlines -- Air France-KLM, Lufthansa and British Airways would be ready to enter a "bidding war" to buy SAS.

JPRS

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par aeroduO5 le Jeu 13 Jan 2011 - 15:55

Je pense surtout que Lufhansa ne pourra pas racheter SAS.

LH a beaucoup racheté et maintenant il faut rationnaliser et remettre ces compagnies sur les rails.
On voit avec Austrian que ce n'est pas simple.
Surtout je crois que si Lufthansa voulait racheter SAS, la commission européenne lui tomberait dessus.
Donc ils sont obligés d'attendre car ils savent que les autorités de la concurrence les ont à l'oeil.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Jeu 14 Avr 2011 - 15:54

Bonjour !

Un commentaire de Marie Tison!

Concernant les C-Séries, et ses espérances qui diminuent chez SAS, comme vu cette semaine !
La presse affaires Canada !
Certaines réfs aux commentaires de Richard Aboulafia, intéressantes !

----------- Le lien avec La Presse Affaires ---------

http://lapresseaffaires.cyberpresse.ca/economie/transports/201104/14/01-4389681-sas-tourne-le-dos-a-la-cseries.php

JPRS


aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par aeroduO5 le Jeu 14 Avr 2011 - 17:39

Honnêtement je continue de croire que le CSeries serait très bien adapté au réseau de SAS.

Malheureusement la compagnie manque d'argent et Bombardier ne fera pas trop de ristournes pour le moment sur le CSeries (avec raison selon moi).
En attendant SAS va prendre des A320 classiques et des 737 dont la conception n'est plus récente.
C'est la location qui a été choisie car ça permet
de ne pas tromobiliser de fonds quand SAS en manque.

Je me pose deux questions?
-les avions loués seront-ils neufs ou d'occasion?
-pour combien de temps les contrats ont-ils été négociés?

Si quelqu'un a des réponses, qu'il ne se gène pas, ça pourrait éclairer la politique de flotte de SAS pour le futur.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Jeu 14 Avr 2011 - 17:59

Les locations sont souvent de +/- 5 ans, sans garantie pour ce cas !
Et ils ont des pilotes formés je crois ... ça arrange !

Ce qui simplifie aussi pour d'éventuels choix vers 2016 ! Neo ou autres !

Pour le modèles et l'âge ... hum c'est suivant la disponibilité pour le moment, surtout si ce n'est pas trop planifié bien à l'avance, et ça y ressemble ...

Ils sont entre vente, et recherche de partenaires, donc ne pas trop se charger ni prendre de risques ... et ne pas faire de frais, sans vraiment s'engager, ça semble le premier souci !

Juste une idée !

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Jeu 2 Juin 2011 - 20:22

Bonjour !!

Une mise au point SAS, c'est à la fois complexe, et assez logique !
Entre Locations de B737, quelques A320, et ensuite ce sera entre les Séries C et l'A320 NEO à l'horizon !
Pour le 797, ça risque d'être bien tard !

Vous avez tous compris ... tant mieux !

---------De Herry Reals, le blog vert sur FlightGlobal ! le lien, édité ------------

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/the-green-wing/2011/06/sas-leans-towards-a320neo-but-would-prefer-all-new-narrowbody.html

SAS leans towards A320neo but would prefer all-new narrowbody

By Kerry Reals on June 2, 2011 3:36 PM

Yesterday I had the pleasure of meeting SAS Group environmental director Lars Andersen Resare for coffee in Mayfair.
We talked about lots of things, including SAS' aim to enter into some kind of agreement with a biofuel
supplier ("We're looking at a couple of suppliers," said Resare, declining to elaborate).
I asked him why SAS was still flying around in gas-guzzling old MD-80s if it was so concerned about the
environment, and he talked about the carrier's fleet renewal plan.

Here's what he had to say about the A320neo versus whatever Boeing has up its sleeve in terms of a
narrowbody replacement. The story is on our premium channels but if you read this blog you get it pasted below for free!
SAS leans towards A320neo but keeps close eye on Boeing

SAS Group would prefer to see an all-new narrowbody from Boeing, but time constraints are leading the
carrier to lean towards the re-engined Airbus A320neo as a more likely option for its fleet renewal programme.

Speaking to ATI during an interview in London on 1 June, SAS environmental director Lars Andersen Resare
said the carrier is following Boeing's narrowbody replacement plans "very closely" and "would prefer to see an all-new aircraft from an environmental perspective".

However, he added that with Boeing yet to unveil its plans it is "getting late for us", therefore, "being
realistic, the neo is taking us further".SAS in April 2011 outlined plans to lease up to 17 Boeing 737-700/800 aircraft and take additional A320s to replace its fleet of Boeing MD-80s. There has been no final decision on
the number of A320s to be acquired.

Resare described this move as a short- to medium-term solution, adding that for the longer term SAS is
looking at the A320neo and has not ruled out the Bombardier CSeries.
"The leases are not that long and we need something better and newer," he said, adding that a decision will be made "during this year".

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news

JPRS


art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par art_way le Jeu 2 Juin 2011 - 20:34

La pression monte de plus en plus sur Boeing. Même avec un 797 ils vont perdre pas mal de vente.


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Jeu 2 Juin 2011 - 23:10

Peut être Art Way, !

Ils multiplient les briefing, press à Seattle, avec "Non Disclosure" signé, et toutes les infos Boeing pour le Bourget sont documentées sous le sceau du secret !
Ca va filtrer dans tous les coins de toute façon !

D'autres pensent que c'est Boeing qui manoeuvre superbement Airbus, et
qu'ils vont sortir un projet "Ravageur" cette année, laissant Airbus à
une année lumière même avant 2020 !
Mais qu'ils ne l'annonceront que une fois que Airbus sera lancé "Irréversiblement" sur le NEO ... jocolor
Bof ! Le complot c'est pour bientôt !

Tiens un post de A.net, qui fait allusion à un article de Guy Norris sur AvWeek, non visible sur le net ...
On parl de PIP ... pour le CFM56 du 737 !
Et LightSaber, remet les choses à leur juste valeur, 3 % max, et du poids en moins , 450 lbs possibles !
Intéressant de voir les limitations des PIP ! Pas de miracles non plus sur les vieux moteurs !
Ca m'a fait penser au T700 !

http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/general_aviation/read.main/5159782/
----------------
Et un extrait de Jon Ostrower, qui revient du briefing, pour dire qu'il ne dira rien !

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/flightblogger/2011/06/news-notes-747-8f-fr-underway.html

SEATTLE -- I've been pretty well trapped underground writing for our
Paris Air Show issue which comes out in two weeks, but I've finally
finished 6,100 words worth of features looking at Boeing's coming
production ramp up, 787 and 747-8 flight test. As you've rightly
noticed, they're has been a lack of content here on the blog as my
attention has been turned toward print, but I'm back in the saddle again
having woken up from my typing-induced haze in the Pacific Northwest
for two jam-packed days of briefings here with Boeing. There won't be
any direct news from the briefings immediately as the contents are under
embargo for Paris later in the month.


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Et de Leeham GLG /

http://www.glgroup.com/News/Paris-Air-Show-2011--Boeing-outlook-54217.html
Officials will reiterate that a decision on the new airplane is now
slated for the end of this year or perhaps early next year and that
they favor a new design rather than a re-engined 737—although this
option is still on the table.

What they probably won’t say, or
dodge if asked, is that Boeing strategy is to let Airbus reach the
point of no return on the A320neo before launching a new 7X7, which
Boeing believes will be so superior to the A320neo that Airbus will have
an obsolete airplane they can’t back out of.



On n'est pas rendu au Bourget et ça bouillonne déjà !

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Ven 15 Juin 2012 - 1:55

Bon, quand ça va mal ...

SAS, ils viennent de se faire démolir la queue d'un A321 à Londres !
Une collision d'engin de levage avec un A321 à LHR !


De A.net !
Bon, le lien image, c'est niet pour l'instant ! Grrr !

Bien, voir reply 2 !

http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/general_aviation/read.main/5488429/

JPRS

Frequent Traveller
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Frequent Traveller le Jeu 3 Oct 2013 - 17:27

SAS entérine leur commande de 4 A330 + 8 A350 (+ 6 options) : http://atwonline.com/airframes/sas-finalizes-airbus-long-haul-order

Frequent Traveller
Whisky Quebec

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Frequent Traveller le Sam 18 Jan 2014 - 11:36

http://e24.no/naeringsliv/sas-vedlikeholder-qatars-dreamlinere/22711311

Il apparait que par sa filiale STS (SAS Technical Services), SAS se charge du technical handling des Dreamliners 787 de Qatar, à Arlanda (STO) comme à Kastrup (CPH) ... et que STS s'acquittent de cette tâche avec de bien meilleurs résultats que n'obtient Norwegian avec le meme avion aux mêmes escales : sur la période de référence (quelques semaines à cheval sur la période des fêtes) le Dispatch Reliability a été de 95 % pour Qatar, contre 40 % pour Norwegian ...

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Beochien le Sam 18 Jan 2014 - 12:52

Oui FT, ils n'ont pas pris les meilleures semaines de ces pauvres Norwegian ... ! Embarassed 
SAS doit bien rigoler ! Razz

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: SAS ! SK ! SAS

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 2 Juin 2014 - 17:30

Une jolie page sur les nouveaux intérieurs de SAS
https://medium.com/@hamburgersmauet/ultramodern-new-cabins-for-sas-long-haul-aircrafts-d17de4b5a21b

En biz on est sur des Vantage XL

On se rend compte que pour la biz si on conjugue les lits plats et les accès directs au couloir pour tous, tous les avions seront en 1+2+1 en configuration décalée et au même pas (le surlargeur de cabine ne permet que de jouer que la largeur d'une assise déjà généreuse...). C'est un peu moins le cas dans les confis en chevrons ou herringbone.


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