SAS makes it effortless to fly to Longyearbyen, Norway. Find flights to Longyearbyen, book tickets and check in online. SAS offers connecting Longyearbyen flights from more than 100 cities in the US, along with direct routes to other Scandinavian cities from our US hubs: New York Newark, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco.
From the moment you book your ticket to the time you arrive at your destination, SAS wants to make your flight the best experience possible. Enjoy world-class service and the comfort of ergonomic seats in all of our planes, along with a broad range of in-flight entertainment options and varied menu choices. Passengers in SAS Business or SAS Plus, to which one can upgrade from SAS Go, can take advantage of Fast Track security access where available. All passengers can only refund/change restricted tickets within 24 hours of purchase.
Families traveling with children can take advantage of a variety of convenient options. Our in-flight entertainment system includes a broad range of movie channels, music, stories and video games. SAS transatlantic flights offer infant and kids meals that can be ordered up to 24 hours in advance.
Parents can also reserve baby bassinets for infants up to nine months. All SAS passengers can earn EuroBonus frequent flyer points on their flights to use towards future flights, hotel stays and car rentals.
Start your travel planning on SAS by find Longyearbyen flights, book tickets and check in online. Our website also offers travel information for Longyearbyen and other destinations where SAS flies. SAS has a number of connecting Longyearbyen flights from more than 100 cities in the US. For travel elsewhere in Scandinavia, SAS also flies non-stop to major Scandinavian cities from New York Newark, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco.
Longyearbyen sits on the Isfjorden (ice fjord) on Spitsbergen, the largest island of Svalbard, in Norway. The town has a small population of only 2000 people and is surrounded by stunning scenery—large glaciers cover the land, and ice bergs float in the sea around the island.
Worth a visit are the Svalbard Museum and Longyearbyen Gallery, which showcase historical and cultural information about the region. However, most people visit Longyearbyen on their way to explore the natural wilds of the Svalbard islands, where you can see polar bears and other wildlife, hike through the glaciers and kayak among sea life.
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