SAS Braathens

  • SAS Braathens was a Norwegian airline that existed from 2004 to 2007. It was a joint venture between Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Braathens, with SAS owning a 90% stake in the airline. SAS Braathens operated domestic and international flights, primarily serving destinations in Scandinavia and Europe.
  • The airline's fleet consisted of Boeing 737 and Boeing 737 NG aircraft. It had a strong focus on customer service and offered a range of amenities and services to its passengers.
  • However, in 2007, SAS announced that it would phase out the SAS Braathens brand and integrate the airline into its main SAS brand. This decision was made in an effort to streamline operations and improve cost efficiency.
  • The integration process was completed in 2009, and SAS Braathens ceased to exist as a separate entity. The aircraft were repainted in SAS livery, and all operations were consolidated under the SAS name.
  • Today, SAS continues to operate flights to various destinations worldwide, including Scandinavia and Europe.
SAS Braathens