EUROPE/CIS: New air cargo terminal for SAS Cargo

A new agreement doubling Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Cargo subsidiary, Spirit Air Cargo Handling’s (SACH) capacity at Arlanda Airport, Stockholm, Sweden has been signed by Nordic Airport Properties. The deal will see the building of a new 15,000 square metre air cargo terminal at the airport by 2010. Spirit will be capable of handling up to […]


A new agreement doubling Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) Cargo subsidiary, Spirit Air Cargo Handling’s (SACH) capacity at Arlanda Airport, Stockholm, Sweden has been signed by Nordic Airport Properties.

The deal will see the building of a new 15,000 square metre air cargo terminal at the airport by 2010. Spirit will be capable of handling up to 181,000 tonnes of cargo annually in the new terminal.

Meanwhile, SAS Scandinavian Airlines has exercised options for two next-generation 737-800 aircraft. The order will boost the 737 fleet of SAS Scandinavian Airlines to support growth on domestic and intra-Europe routes. The SAS Group has a fleet of 88 Boeing 737s.