Category:SAS Commuter

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SK/SAS/SCANDINAVIAN.

SAS Commuter, also branded as Scandinavian Commuter, was a regional airline which operated in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. A sister company of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines, it operated various regional services on behalf of the Scandinavian flag carrier. The airline was headquartered at Copenhagen Airport, which also served as its main base. It later also operated bases at Tromsø Airport; Stockholm Arlanda Airport; Trondheim Airport, Værnes and Bergen Airport, Flesland. SAS Commuter took place in 2000 of the former brands Scandinavian Commuter Eurolink, Norlink, and Swelink. The SAS Group decided in May 2004 to terminate SAS Commuter as a separate company.


This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of SAS Commuter.

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Pages in category "SAS Commuter"

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