Fly to London with Europe's most punctual airline
Fly to London with SAS and enjoy a leisurely and comfortable way of travelling. SAS offers superior service. When you fly with SAS, you don’t have to worry about arrival time – SAS has been named Europe’s most punctual airline several years in a row according to FlightStats. SAS knows that time is money and is committed to ensuring your flight on time so you don’t lose precious time at your destination. Book your flight to London Heathrow (LHR) with a few easy steps on this site.
Tailor your flight to your needs
All travelers have different needs. That’s why we offer three different classes of service: SAS Go, SAS Plus and SAS Business.
SAS Go has the lowest ticket prices, but it still features all of SAS’ trademark services:
- Free online/mobile check-in
- Free seat selection
- 23 kg/50 lb. baggage allowance
- 24-hour money back guarantee
- Comfortable seats with spacious legroom
- EuroBonus points
All taxes are included in the price and you’ll be served free water, tea or coffee onboard. You’ll also be offered a selection of local and international newspapers free of charge.
SAS Plus offers you a higher level of service. Take advantage of your own laptop power outlet, a greater baggage allowance, Fast Track security access, priority boarding and more. On long-haul flights, you can enjoy a wider and more comfortable seat in a separate cabin for SAS Plus passengers.
SAS Business is the way to go if you’re looking for maximum comfort and convenience. SAS Business passengers can enjoy a 3- or 4-course meal depending on the flight time and all drinks are included in the price – even a pre-departure cocktail. On long-haul flights, passengers will be seated in SAS Business Sleepers. These seats offer the best conditions for working, relaxing or sleeping.
Regardless of which class of service you choose, ticket prices are very competitive and you can book your flight through just a few easy steps on this site.
Enjoy vibrant London
The city was known as Swinging London in the ’60s, but the British capital is as vibrant and dynamic as ever. London is a multicultural city and is by most measures the largest urban zone in EuropeAccordingly, this huge city has something for every taste! Go sightseeing in the historic district of Westminster – home to Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and countless other sights – or go all-out on a shopping spree on King’s Road in Chelsea or in the world-famous department store Harrod’s.
If you’re interested in art, whether classic or contemporary, try visiting some of London’s renowned art museums/galleriessuch as the Tate Modern or National or Saatchi Galleries, or simply walk around London and discover the city’s street art. For lunch, head to a traditional English pub for a pint and some bangers and mash or try out one of the many sophisticated London eateries.