SAS Scandinavian Airlines plans to replace 3,520 seats in its narrowbody fleet with new lightweight, slim economy-class seats, beginning with its Boeing 737-800 fleet in May. At the same time, the aircraft will be equipped with Wi-Fi. Regional manager-Central Europe Bjorn Ekegren told ATW in Berlin that new business- and economy-class seats in its long-haul fleet are also being evaluated. According to SAS, 70% of its business is on short-haul routes and 30% is on long-haul ...

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