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(Updated 29OCT19 10.25 CET)
New Zealand introducing the New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA) effective 01OCT2019
Effective 01OCT2019 the New Zealand Government is introducing the New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA). Visitors from 60 visa waiver countries, transit passengers from 24 transit visa waiver countries, all airlines crew members (except those with Australian or New Zealand citizenship) and Australian Permanent Residents, must hold an NZeTA before they travel to New Zealand. More information can be found via the New Zealand Immigration website
Apple MacBook Pro batteries onboard
A limited number of batteries in Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro devices sold between September 2015 and february 2017 are defective and will
be replaced by Apple.
Passengers should check the Apple support webpage for details, as the faulty devices can only be identified via their serial numbers.
In general lithium batteries that are damaged, defective or recalled are not allowed onboard an airplane
Groundwork at Arlanda Airport 01APR19-30OCT19
Groundwork at Terminal 5 at Arlanda airport will affect aircraft parking stands. Aircraft will not be able to park at the stands included in the work. Passengers flying out of the gates affected will therefore travel by bus to their plane. This work is a preventive measure to ensure the bearing capacity of the surfaces the plane is parked on .
It is important that you arrive well in advance at the gate and for pre-boarding the bus, in order to avoid delays. Read more on Swedavia's website
No Boeing 737 Max 8 in SAS fleet
SAS has no aircraft type Boeing 737 Max 8 in the fleet.
You can find more information regarding the SAS fleet here: https://www.sasgroup.net/en/the-fleet/