SAS extends pre-order dining to Irish flights

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  • SAS extends pre-order dining to flights of more than 80 minutes
  • Down from 120 minutes at present

SAS is to extend pre-order dining to all of Irish flights as of October 1st 2018. SAS has extended pre-order dining to all of Irish flights. From then it will be possible to pre-order from the full day and evening menus on SAS Scandinavian and European flights from 80 minutes flight time, down from 120 minutes.

Dublin to Oslo takes an hour and 50 minutes on average, Dublin to Oslo takes an hour and 51 minutes and Dublin to Stockholm and average of 2 hours and 19 minutes. The move will the number of flights where pre-order is available.

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A written statement from SAS says: The initiative entails that pre-order options are now offered at a total number of approximately 80.000 SAS flights a year. Travellers have the possibility to choose from an assortment of 11 fresh food selections, including the well-received New Nordic by SAS salad cubes launched in spring 2017.Pre-ordering meals are popular and appreciated among our passengers. It is a modern, premium and innovative service concept, which allows travelers to customize their journey and order precisely that kind of food they wish to enjoy on board, for example vegan, gluten free, or specific types of meat-dishes. This is why we have chosen to double the number of flights where the pre-order concept is available. SAS always strives to be at the forefront of innovation and pioneering the next generation of traveling. Pre-ordering meals when traveling with SAS is easy. Travelers can do it during the booking process, or choose to do so at a later stage by logging in to the “My bookings” page at the SAS website. Here they will find a wide variety of food, satisfying all taste pallets, says Thérèse Lorenius, VP Product & Services.

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