SAS Commuter

SAS Commuter

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SAS Commuter, later branded Scandinavian Commuter was a regional airline created by Scandinavian Airlines parent companies Det Norske Luftfartsselskap, Det Danske Luftfartsselskap og Aerotransport on December 1, 1988. It was merged with the new airlines Scandinavian Airlines Denmark, Scandinavian Airlines Sweden and SAS Braathens in 2004. Its head office was in Kastrup, Tårnby Municipality, Denmark."World Airline Directory." Flight International. 24-30 March 1993. .

The airline operated under four brand names
  • Eurolink served the SAS' hub Copenhagen Airport on short-haul routes too small for jet operation.
  • Norlink operated in Northern Norway on regional non-subsidy routes. The routes were transferred to Widerøe in 2003.
  • Swelink operated regional routes in Sweden.
  • Westlink took over the regional routes on the Norwegian West Coast in 2003, after SAS bought Braathens.

Though the operations of Westlink are merged with SAS Braathens, the SAS Group has said they want to merge the Norwegian regional operations with Widerøe.


SAS Commuter was started by the owners of SAS to have a separate company to operate regional services. The airline acquired at them most 22 Fokker 50. The aircraft had 50 seats in Norway and 46 in Denmark. Swelink also operated six Saab 2000 aircraft from Stockholm Arlanda.

Eurolink started in 1988 and served domestic and short-haul international destinations from Copenhagen Airport.

Norlink stated operations in...
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