We are travelers.
SAS flies to Lithuania from/via Oslo, Copenhagen or Stockholm (depending on route).
We fly from all our destinations in Europe, the US (Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.) and Asia (Tokyo, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong and Singapore).
SAS flies to Palanga and Vilnius in Lithuania.
We fly to most of our destinations all year round. A few of our destinations are seasonal.
Fly with SAS to Palanga and Vilnius
Fly Scandinavian Airlines to Palanga for a relaxing holiday by the Baltic sea. Take a walk along the beaches and sand dunes and let the salty air relax you.
Or take a weekend in Vilnius; explore the UNESCO-listed old town with its cobblestone, narrow streets. Cross the bridge of the Vilnia river and see the mermaid in Užupis – a self-proclaimed republic in Vilnius.
The Curonian Spit in Lithuania
The Curonian Spit is a 98 km long, thin, curved sand-dune spit that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. It stretches from the Sambian Peninsula, Kalingrad, to the port city of Klaipėda on the mainland of Lithuania.
The width of the spit varies from 400 meters to 3.8 kilometers, and the view is spectacular walking along it and its sand dunes.
Always with SAS
At SAS, we strive to ensure our customers have a relaxed and comfortable journey. Regardless of which ticket type you carry, you’ll always enjoy certain SAS customer benefits.
Always included in your flight is easy online check-in, coffee and tea onboard, up to 90% price reduction for children and use of the SAS App.
CO2 offset with SAS EuroBonus
We are travelers.
EuroBonus gives you more of the world. It is the most popular loyalty program for travelers in Scandinavia. As a member of EuroBonus you will earn points on your flights with us and our partner airlines in Star Alliance. You can use the points to pay for your next trip, upgrade or rent a car, among other things.
We CO2 offset all tickets booked using a EuroBonus number. This means that we now carbon offset just over 40% of all the emission that our planes emit. Read more about our sustainability work