SAS and Wideroe have signed a new agreement with Statoil regarding the company’s domestic and international flights.
The agreement covers a period of five years, including options.
A wide-ranging network and frequent departures were just two of the reasons for Statoil once again demonstrating its confidence in SAS in the form of a new agreement. The agreement covers a period of three years, with an option for a further two years.
SAS and Wideroe are preferred partners, which means that the majority of Statoil’s domestic flights
Eivind Roald, Executive Vice President Commercial at SAS, said:
“SAS is pleased to be renewing our long-standing cooperation with Statoil for at least another three years, and we are very proud of the confidence shown in us and the expectations placed on us as an airline. We are continuing to build on our vision of making life easier for our Scandinavian travelers. As well as investing in a brand new cabin, we will soon also begin installing the fastest Wi-Fi on the market on our domestic and European routes.”
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