Airfare of the Day: SAS Scandinavian Airlines PREMIUM ECONOMY Brussels, Belgium (BRU) to Tokyo, Japan (NRT) from 847 € Round Trip

Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to SAS Scandinavian Airlines and their basic season premium economy restricted round trip fares between Belgium and Japan.

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Fare Details:

  • Fare: SAS (SK) ALEUPLUS BRU to TYO
  • Booking class: A (Premium Economy)
  • Price: from 847 € (459 € Base Fare + Taxes & Surcharges).
  • Day/Time restrictions: do not apply.
  • Seasonal restrictions: permitted 01OCT though 22JUN on the first international sector.
  • Flight restrictions: travel between Europe and Asia must be on SK metal.
  • Advanced reservation/Ticketing restrictions: reservations are required for all sectors.
  • Minimum stay requirements: 6 days or until the first Sunday after departure.
  • Maximum stay requirements: do not apply.
  • Stopovers: 2 stopovers permitted in each direction, limited to 1 free and 1 at 75 €.
  • Transfers: 4 transfers permitted in each direction.
  • Blackout dates: do not apply.
  • Travel restrictions: do not apply.
  • Sales restrictions: do not apply.
  • Changes: charge 180 € for reissue/revalidation.
  • Cancellations: charge 250 € for cancel/refund. Ticket is non-refundable in case of no-show.

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Availability:

I was able to find availability from February to Juner 2018 using Matrix:

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This fare can be booked on Priceline:

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Accruals:

The following accruals were estimated using wheretocredit calculator for BRU-CPH-NRT round trip travel on SK marketed and operated flights without considering any elite status bonuses or ongoing promotions.

Conclusion

It’s no business class but still a great fare to travel with some comfort. SAS has recently updated their premium economy and business class cabins in long-haul flights, fortunately. Last time I flew with them in premium economy was 3 years ago and that seat needed retirement badly!.

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