SAS has unveiled work on a number of facilities at Copenhagen airport, including refreshed fast track lanes, a new Service Point, and upgraded lounges.
The carrier’s SAS Business Lounge at the airport now features more seating, and refreshed washroom facilities, as well as barista-brewed coffee services and an on-the-go food bar for travellers short of time.
There is also a new Daylight Booster Zone in the SAS Gold Lounge, offering light therapy to “beat the effects of jet lag and winter depression in Scandinavia’s dark, winter months”.
Finally the SAS Lounge now features a new innovation hub sponsored by Panasonic, where guests can try out a range of upcoming technology and digital products.
Meanwhile the carrier’s fast track facilities within the airport’s Terminal 3 have been given a “visual refresh and an interior in line with SAS’ updated design concept, which is characterized by subdued color tones and long-lasting materials such as leather, metal and wood”.
A new SAS Service Point has also opened at the terminal, with charging points for mobiles and tablets.
Commenting on the news Lars Sandahl Sorensen, Group Director at SAS said:
“Copenhagen is a large and important SAS hub, where thousands of passengers from Denmark, Norway, Sweden and all over the world board SAS aircraft every day.
“They expect us to deliver the service for which we are renowned, and we can now make the travel experience even smoother and more comfortable, both in the airport and onboard the aircraft.”
SAS recently extended its pre-order dining service to include economy customers travelling on shorter European services.