Discover Greenpoint – The new Williamsburg
The gentrification of the world’s major cities means that the search for “the next big thing” is a never ending one. In Brooklyn, Greenpoint is a perfect example. Read more
This is SAS’ new airplane livery
Here are the first pictures of the new SAS look and design – a first in 21 years. The new SAS aircraft livery reflects the airline’s iconic history while also pointing to a sustainable future.
Beijing’s Wackiest Museums
There’s plenty more to Beijing’s museum playbook than the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace. From watermelons, to eunuchs, to tap water, the Chinese capital pays homage to a wide roster and weird and wonderful subjects. Here’s our guide to Beijing’s best niche museums.
Welcome to Scandinavia’s largest ski area
Sälen and Trysil are a winter paradise for skiers. Here you’ll find as many as seven skiing areas close together that make up Scandinavia’s largest skiing area. If you only want to visit one area, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Erika Hansson, who runs Dalskidan ski hire in Sälen, explains about the different areas waiting to be discovered, all just a short flight away.
The best ice cream in Palermo
In Sicily you can eat ice-cream even for breakfast. Here are the best places if you're looking for a cold treat in Palermo.
Beyond the beaches – an Algarve road trip
Over the years, the Algarve region has developed a reputation for crowded beaches as travelers from Portugal and abroad flock to the seaside in search of sun and fun. Yet if you look past the main resort towns, a more authentic experience is there for the taking.
People of SAS: Loading supervisor Magnus Farnes
Magnus Farnes and his team are responsible for ensuring you get your baggage quickly at Oslo Airport and, not least, that it accompanies you all the way to your final destination, whether it be Tokyo or Tromsø.
How travelers use WiFi at 10,000 meters
SAS has now installed high speed WiFi in 53 aircraft in its fleet. This means that passengers can do everything they want to do online, even when seated in an aircraft. And that's exactly what they do.