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Currently in the Åland Islands: Absolutely nothing.


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Currently in the Åland Islands: Absolutely nothing.

 

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Emirates will commence a daily 3 class 777-300ER service from Dubai to Oslo starting 2nd September competing with Norwegian's thrice weekly 737-800 service on the same route. Oslo will be Emirates' 3rd destination in Scandinavia after Copenhagen and Stockholm. EK159 will depart Dubai at 0700, arriving into Oslo Gardermoen at 1210. The return, EK160 will depart Oslo Gardermoen at 1355, arriving back in Dubai at 2250. 

 

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SAS is starting a new all business line, from Stavanger to Houston. Mainly for both of the location's oil connections. The plane in used will be a 737-700 leased from PrivatAir in SAS colours. There will be 44 business seats with a modern private entertainment system and a full service including full meals.

 

This is one of the first time SAS flies longhaul from a base which isn't the three main. The flights will begin on the 20th of August

 

 

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http://www.flygtorge...tikel/?Id=10367

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A Norwegian plane just made an emergency landing in Göteborg, after a 50 year old man was claiming to have brought a bomb on the plane. The plane, flying from Copenhagen to Oslo, had 94 passengers onboard, and the passengers was evacuated 10 by 10.

 

 

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SAS has announced a major refurbishing of their long-distance fleet. Re-colouring the cabins, changing the seats, a completely new IFE system and wifi. By 2015 the cabins will start being replaced. The refurbishing is for all of the classes. Renovations will be primarly on SAS's 4 A330s and after that the A340s. The newly ordered A350s will be delivered with this configuration

 

Facts about the new configurations:

 

SAS Go
Configuration: 2-4-2
Pitch: 31"/32"
On-demand 9" HD IFE
One power and one USB outlet per pair of chairs

SAS Plus
Configuration: 2-3-2
Pitch: 37"/38"

On-demand 12" HD IFE

Power and USB outlets

 

SAS Business
Configuration: 1-2-1
Direct access to the middle isle from all seats
Full bed mode with 196 

Chair with a massage function
On-demand 15" HD IFE

Power and USB outlets

 

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Sources (Swedish)

http://www.svd.se/na...=1#xtor=AD-500-[svd]-[tf_huvudspalt_1405]-[integration]-[aftonbladet]-[ettan]-[29]

http://www.flygtorge...tikel/?Id=10460


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The 1000th 737 to roll off the production line with Boeing Sky Interior was recently delivered to Norwegian Air Shuttle. The 737-800, became 48th of this type to join the 3rd largest European low cost carrier, and the 2nd largest airline in Scandinavia. 

 

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The overhead bin on this "New Boeing Interior" is horrible, it actually really small in real life, they just look nice, but doesn't do the justice, prefer the old one



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Saab is now ready to start developing the "Sea-Gripen", a JAS-39 Gripen with updated system that also will be able to launch from carriers, hence the name. SAAB does currently already have a projection of how the prohect will look, but want to showcase it alongside a buyer and therefore waits, Lennart Sindahl of SAAB says.

 

Potential buyers include countries such as India, Brazil or Thailand, who all are looking for new harrier-based fighter aircrafts, Thailand has bought Gripens in the past and Brazil is currently in negotiation with SAAB about their recently ordered 36 new Gripens. SAAB left an offer to India a few years back, but India decided to go with French-built Dassault Mirage instead. Now that deal have been put on the shelf due to lack of funding, and the huge deal for 126 aircrafts is still an option for SAAB. Countries as Slovakia has also shown interest in renting Gripens, along with Denmark and Malaysia, who SAAB has left offers for.

 

"Sweden, we're neutral but we gladly make money on you buying our stuff to kill those other guys with! ^_^ "

 

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Sources:

http://www.di.se/art...la-sjo-gripen/ 

http://www.saabgroup...orne-Air-Power/


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