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Airline Name Sort Prefix Sort Source Links Cargo Operational Status Aircraft Available for Charter Latest Update Sort Cargo Operational
Alerts & Updates
Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) 117 Some Service Impacts Yes 16 Mar 2023

16 Mar 23

Effective March 2023, the European Union (EU) will implement the Release 2 of its new “Import Control System” (EU-ICS2) regulations

SAS Cargo plans for implementation between 17th of May and 01st of June 2023, and will soon publish information about what we need from our customers and which effect the ICS2 will have on our processes in order to comply with the EU regulations.

Please see the following link for more explanation ICS2:

06 Oct 22

SAS Cargo is adjusting the dynamic fuel surcharge fee to fully cover the fuel costs and thereby making it more transparent. The new fuel surcharge level will better reflect the actual incremental cost of fuel per kilo required to transport freight on short and long-haul routes. This model will be introduced in each Sales country considering possible local regulations and authority approvals effective for departures from the 30th of October 2022.

The fuel surcharge fee level is determined once a month based on the average fuel price from IATA PLATTS Jet CIF Northwest Europe (NWE) High.

For more information on the fuel surcharge levels for each Sales country, visit
The applicable fuel surcharge fee will be displayed during the online booking process at SASCARGO.COM.

20 Jul 22

SAS announces that they have reached new collective bargaining agreements with the SAS Scandinavia pilots’ unions. This means that the strike is over and that the traffic will normalize over the next few days. For more information on the plan for the widebody operations to/from PVG and USA, please visit:

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