Business class on Scandinavian Airlines
It’s so exciting to get on a plane to embark on a journey to a new destination. But even more exciting than that is boarding a foreign airline. That really gets me jazzed. This time, I was flying Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) from Newark (EWR) to Copenhagen (CPH). The seven-hour flight was a breeze in SAS’s sweet business class – Champagne (mais bien sur!), hot towels, flat beds and personal TVs, not to mention the gourmet meal. I opted for the beef and gnocchi and the lemon squares for dessert were delish. The flight attendants were awesome – friendly and attentive and the seven-hour flight flew by. In no time, we were landing in the beautiful city of Copenhagen. I slept reasonably well in my lie-flat bed but was still pretty tired when we landed. I preferred to sleep rather than being woken up an hour and a half prior to landing for breakfast. So instead, I opted for the Grab ‘n’ Go service, which meant that I could sleep through the breakfast service and have something packed up for me to take as I was disembarking. A mug of hot tea, a can of cranberry juice and a sandwich were all neatly packed in a paper bag and ready to go. Love it!
Since I didn’t fly in economy, I can’t comment on the service but the economy class section looked bright, stylish and comfortable for the transatlantic flight.
Economy class on Scandinavian Airlines (image courtesy of JohnnyJet.com)