Do not fear: SAS has you covered…
While US flights no longer provide meals- international flights include three course meals. On our trip there we had a fabulously delicious lamb dinner. On the return, dessert included cool strawberry sorbet for the kiddos. Yum!
Individual mini TV screens are included for each and every seat. Free movies & TV are standard and SAS also offers an assortment of video games. Hand held controls pop from your arm rest and allow you to battle Tetris, Solitaire, or 8 other individual games. My non-
Nintendo/Wii/Xbox boys thought this flight was their private traveling arcade.
Those handy-dandy TV screens also provide a flight map which indicates distance traveled, estimated time of arrival, and air speed. Two channels also include real-time video of the view out the front of the airplane and the land, sea, or clouds below. It’s as if every seat is a window seat…wild stuff to see the runway as we landed!
No luggage fees; enough said.