Hello community 👋
Ive been away the last week, and I’ve got to fly! I’ve flown TOS-OSL-CPH-RNN and back, on the flight down, I got the old cabin from TOS - OSL, and the new one for OSL - CPH!
I also got access to the lounge in Tromsø and Oslo!
Come with me now to explore my experience!
Arriving in Tromsø
Welcome to Tromsø Airport Lagnes, it is not a huge, but not a small airport either. It has a very modern feel to it, has a high roof and takes in lots of natural light!
Here you have the check in area, if you’re flying SAS, you can go check in with a real person, but you can go to the automatic machines too!
With Norwegian you’d most likely not be able to speak to a real person
To get to security, you only need to take an escalator to the second floor. The security area is currently undergoing expansions, but it was still very efficient!
The lounge isn’t very big, and there were not any super comfortable seats, but still better than being in the main terminal
I liked the modern and Scandinavian design of it, it made me feel like home!
The food selection isn’t something to brag about, we have Norwegian bolle, some soup, coffee and apple and orange juice
I ended up with a cup of Chocolate and some orange juice. It was pretty good (and a baguette from Upper Crust ;)
The terminal isn’t huge, but we do have an Upper Crust, Travel Value, A book store and O’Learys sports bar
It’s time to board, and I walked onboard the aircraft, this flight was on a 737-700 Without winglets, with the old cabin
The blue design is nice, but I prefer the newer design that we will see in a moment
I still sat comfortable, even if the new are better
Here you have the pitch, not bad for being a european economy class
In flight Service
Onboard we have a choice of Coffee, tea and water (which is free) in SAS Go, I went for the easy choice of water
Got to love their cups
First Flight Conclusion
It was a nice flight, the seat were ok and I got a cup of water, no delay, we actually arrived early. Nice flight attendant, even contacted me with headset on
The Oslo lounge is newly renovated, it was very nice! I even got to use one of the guest office, with mood lighting
There were lots of seating area, but today was a busy day, so most of it were full
I didn’t get to take much pictures in the lounge, but it was surely good!
Oslo new International terminal
We left from the new terminal, it is big and spacious with lots of natural lights, like the wooden floor, makes it feel stylish and Scandinavian
Boarding time, this flight arrived a little late, so there were 10 minutes of delay when we left
Welcome onboard, love the gray color SAS is integrating onboard their new and renovated aircraft
There are even usb power ports, and they charged quite fast!
In flight Service
Onboard this flight we had the choice between Coffee, tea and water. Also on this flight, they were coming with things we could buy. So I bought a smoothie.
Second Flight Conclusion
It was a nice flight, I sat better in my seat and I got my phone charged on the way, must say the flight attendants was a little less happy
Whole trip Conclusion
SAS is good, as long as you don’t pay too much, all their seats are made out of fabric, do they do breathe, making it more comfortable than Norwegian. The In flight service is ok, but they could have done more about it. But i still recommend to fly with them, as long as they have competitive prizing over other airlines.
I’ve had a pleasant flight and I can surely recommend!
Some pictures I’ll show you
*I did not do any reports from the flight back, as it would just be the same as on the way down
I will soon make a YouTube Video, that i will share here. I don’t know when that will be posted yet, but stay tuned!
To any of you that wonder, the headphones I use it the Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC. Those are cheap, active noice canceling headphones. They’re good, but not as comfortable as I want them. They are not the top model from Sennheiser, but I like them, as they cancel most of the sound when flying :)
Thanks for reading!