SAS Locks in Summer Charter Choice with Apollo

SAS Locks in Summer Charter Choice with Apollo
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Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has this week announced the extension of its partnership with Apollo for the Summer 2024 season for charter flights.

This extension represents the success that both sides have had since the initial agreement was signed in 2021.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

SAS Locks in Summer Charter Choice with Apollo…


SAS Locks in Summer Charter Choice with Apollo
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

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The extension between SAS & Apollo, which is valued at SEK 1.4bn, will see the airline fly customers from Apollo’s markets in Sweden, Norway & Denmark to 20 destinations across the Mediterranean.

Such a deal will allow SAS to serve seasonal markets and capture more revenue during what is expected to be a busy Summer 2024 season for the carrier.

Commenting on the deal was Paul Verhagen, the EVP & Chief Commercial Officer at the airline:

“We are proud of the longstanding partnership with Apollo and thrilled that SAS also next summer will welcome Apollo customers on board.”

“SAS continues to add new and more sustainable aircraft to our fleet, providing passengers with a more comfortable and sustainable way of travel,”

Adding to this was Tobias Jönsson, CEO of DER Touristik Nordic AB.:

“For Apollo, it’s natural to continue the partnership with SAS. With a long history of providing high customer satisfaction and emphasis on being a driving force within sustainable aviation, we are confident that summer season 2024 will deliver great travel experiences for our customers,”

All eyes will be on how the extension of this partnership will perform in the Summer 2024 season, with this being further welcomed news for the airline in the context of moving away from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and focusing on growth.

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