SAS Snowflake

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SAS Snowflake - Alicante Spain - May 2004

Snowflake was a low-cost airline subsidiary of Scandinavian Airlines System, operating on the concept of low fares in return for a basic product (similar to Ryanair or EasyJet) between 2003 and 2004.[1] Its route network was composed of flights from Scandinavian destinations to southern Europe. Meals and drinks on board were available for purchase.

Snowflake only operated from Denmark and Sweden and ceased separate operations in 2004 when its parent company SAS decided to offer a "no-frills" Snowflake service in a section of the economy class cabin on its existing short-haul routes from Copenhagen.

Snowflake used Boeing 737-800 and MD-80.


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