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SAS Braathens offers cheaper round-trip tickets - report.


Travellers may reportedly save money by buying a round-trip ticket at the Norwegian airline SAS Braathens, part of the SAS Group, even if they are only planning to travel one way.

Siv Meisingseth, head of information at SAS Braathens, reportedly said that the ticket price depends on the capacity on the specific flights, and added that in some cases it might actually be cheaper to buy a round trip ticket instead of a one-way.

SAS Braathens has launched cheap one-way tickets from Oslo to Manchester, Milan, Prague and London Gatwick, in addition to the Sandefjord-Alicante route, but other one-way tickets are still more expensive than those of competing airlines, reported the Norwegian online news service Nettavisen.

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Date:Jun 1, 2004
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