On July 25, Sunclass Airlines (formerly Thomas Cook Scandinavia), which had been fully grounded for more than four months, started operations. There were five flights per week between Palma de Mallorca, Sᴘᴀɪɴ, and several locations in Scandinavia.

Sunclass Airlines is a vacation airline that transports passengers from Nordic cities to vacation locations primarily in Southern Europe and North Africa as well as certain long-haul locations. The airline has ties to the Scandinavian tour companies Swedish Ving and Finnish Tjäreborg, which transport passengers to vacation spots.

Only 8 narrow-body aircraft and 5 wide-bodies are currently in service, however more recent aircraft have been ordered. The Airbus A321-200 is used for short-haul flights. There can fit 212 people. The Airbus A330 series, which has a capacity of more than 300 passengers, is used for long-distance flights.

Southern Europe, Northern Africa, and Far East Asia are among the destinations served by Sunclass Airlines. There are hubs for the airline in Nᴏʀᴡᴀʏ, Sᴡᴇᴅᴇɴ, and Dᴇɴᴍᴀʀᴋ. Despite operating various routes out of Helsinki, the airline does not have a hub there.

Tickets for Sunclass Airlines are not available on the airline’s website; instead, travel agencies like Ving sell all of the airline’s tickets. Flights are frequently included in vacation packages, but they can also be purchased separately. Although the price range is reasonable, last-minute discounts can be surprisingly low.

On short-haul flights, Sunclass Airlines does not provide complimentary meals in Economy class. You can arrange a meal in advance or purchase snacks while traveling. A dinner but not drinks are included in the ticket price for the Plus class.

You can reserve a variety of cuisines from Sunclass Airlines. The Sunclass menu offers a warm dinner, dessert, and coffee at a reasonable price. There is no salad or beverage provided. A drink is also included with premium menus.

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