SAS Scandinavian Airlines will invest SEK500 million ($52.5 million) over the next three years to upgrade its short- and medium-haul Airbus A320 fleet with full cabin upgrades and onboard Wi-Fi services via a partnership with communications company ViaSat. The first aircraft with the refreshed cabin interior will be SAS’s new A320neo, which will offer extra leg room, new and more comfortable seats, a lighting system that aligns with the time of day and USB outlets at individual seats. ...

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