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SAS to retire last MD-82 in October

by Matt Falcus

SAS MD82SAS Scandinavian Airlines has announced that it will retire its last McDonnell Douglas MD-82 aircraft in October.

It will reduce its remaining fleet of nine aircraft between now and 26 October, when the final flight will take place between Stockholm Arlanda and Copenhagen Kastrup.

Prior to this final flight, a special tour of the three Scandinavian capitals will depart from Copenhagen, and include flying over the Arctic Circle in Norway and a fly by of Bodø Airport. A farewell ceremony will also be held at Copenhagen.

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2 comments

Paul Steel June 11, 2013 - 11:24 am

I wonder what they are going to replace the MD-82 with…?

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emily July 3, 2013 - 6:22 am

Waiting to see the new changes.. I have always been greatfull of using SAS.

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