Internet & WiFi
Stay connected in the air, keep track of the latest updates on your social media, surf or catch up on work.
Free Wifi access included
When traveling on a SAS Plus, SAS Business ticket.
As a tier benefit for EuroBonus Diamond and Gold members when traveling in SAS Go.
Access to the SAS website, SAS App and scandinaviantraveler.com will always be free of charge. More info about our fees.
The majority of SAS’ European fleet is equipped with high speed WiFi, you can easily stream your favorite series, surf, email or use social media.
If your flight has WiFi, this will be communicated to you via text message prior to boarding provided that your mobile number is connected to the booking.
Payment is done by credit card or with EuroBonus points. Travelers in SAS Business and SAS Plus, as well as EuroBonus Diamond and Gold members, can enjoy free WiFi access.
WiFi is in most cases activated when we leave the gate and turned off when we arrive at our destination. However, some areas and countries do not permit WiFi transmissions and the system automatically discontinues the service over such areas. If so, WiFi will be available once in the air.
SAS flights to Asia, Canada and the US are equipped with a lower speed WiFi. You will be able to read your email, use social media and surf, but the system is not strong enough for streaming.
The service will be activated around 20 minutes after takeoff and will be de-activated when we start our descent. There will be some outages along the route when the system changes from one satellite to another, and on very northern flights over Greenland.
One of our 16 aircrafts is still waiting to be equipped, the rest of SAS intercontinental fleet has WiFi. The aircraft affected is A330E with registration SE-REH.
Our 3G mobile network is enabled on most of our flights to/from US/Asia operated by our Airbus 330 aircrafts. This service lets you use your smartphone as if you were at home – from 20 000 feet. Just make sure that your provider is partnered with AeroMobile. You can use the AeroMobile roaming network by disabling flight mode, but only when the aircraft is at cruising level.
The cost for mobile services (text messaging, phone calls and GPRS) is based on the roaming charges of your service provider. All data roaming is international, even on domestic flights, and the costs are added to your regular phone bill. When you turn off flight mode your service provider will send you a text with your pricing scheme for this service.