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SAS - Scandinavian Airlines

Climate warning

"Destination Unknown"

SAS is now offering tickets to ”Destination Unknown”. The tickets may be bought for EuroBonus points.
Maybe the idea is to offer “flights to nowhere”. Qantas airlines initiated this type of travels during the pandemic with a seven hour sightseeing tour and later on continued even with 14 hours flights. For Qantas it was (unfortunately and unbelievingly) a succes and other airlines followed up with similar offers.
Independently if the SAS offer is a ”destination to nowhere” or a flight with a short visit on the ground somewhere the offer is reprehensible. Shorter, not necessary, travels – such as weekend travels by air - must be avoided for climate reasons. On top of this, to encourage people to fly without a clear – and for the passengers' important – mission is completely unacceptable.



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  • Christina Carlmark

    9 w

    Makes absolutely no sense!

    • Indra-Jeet Mistry

      9 w

      Train trains trains trains trains - time to invest in them

      2
      • Catarina Rolfsdotter-Jansson

        10 w

        Insane

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        • We Don't Have Time

          10 w

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          • Elizabeth Gathigia

            10 w

            Absolutely a bad move that will bring more harm to the planet!!

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            • walter lungayi

              10 w

              This is ridiculous!! Air travel should be limited to essential purposes only, to reduce its impact on the climate.

              5
              • Esther Wanjiku

                10 w

                This is absolutely crazy

                3
                • Joseph Githinji

                  10 w

                  This is insane and a bad move that will hurt the environment badly.

                  6
                  • Markus Lutteman

                    10 w

                    Pure stupidity. How it is even possible for a company to start marketing "flying just for the sake of flying" when the planet is already boiling?

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                    • George Kariuki

                      10 w

                      There are many other ways to travel that are more sustainable, such as taking the train or bus.

                      9
                      • Felix mokaya

                        10 w

                        This is insane

                        3
                        • Sarah Chabane

                          10 w

                          What the hell is that.....

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