SAS Scandinavian Airlines has detailed plans to upgrade cabins on its existing long-haul fleet as it awaits new aircraft in the coming years. The tri-national carrier will upgrade seven Airbus A340s and A330s with new seats in all cabins, on-demand entertainment system and Wi-Fi access. All seats in business class will have direct access to aisles and will be fully flat. “The new interior is designed to meet the needs of frequent flyers and substantially enhances our customer ...

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