SAS offers direct flights to the South by Southwest (SXSW) tech and music festival

SAS is the first airline to fly direct from Scandinavia to Austin, Texas, for SXSW (South by Southwest), the world’s biggest festival for tech, film and music, which takes place 8–18 March. 

The popular South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, now has a direct connection from Scandinavia during 8–12 March. Two round-trip flights from Stockholm to Texas will make it faster and easier to get to and from the tech and music festival, which attracts lots of people from all over the world.

“The interest in attending from all the Scandinavian countries has made us aim to make it easier for our passengers to reach the festival. Many of our customers are innovative, creative and very keen on digitization, which is completely in line with what we are doing at SAS,” says Fredrik Henriksson of SAS.

In addition to the tech festival, SAS will be flying to the SXSW music festival, which begins on 12 March, when the tech program ends. SAS will also help with hotel bookings and meeting rooms.

The direct route will fly SAS travelers to Austin in 10 hours and 40 minutes from Stockholm.

Schedule Stockholm –Austin

March 8
Departure SK 6951 09.15 arrival Austin 13.00
Departure SK 6952 15:00 arrival Stockholm 08.20

12 mars
Departure SK 6953 13.50 arrival Austin 18.40
Departure SK 6954 20:40 arrival Stockholm 13.00

For more information, please contact:  
SAS pressoffice, phn 46 8 797 2944

SAS carries more than 29 million passengers annually and is Scandinavia’s leading airline with close to 800 daily flights to 117 destinations in 36 countries in Scandinavia, Europe, the U.S. and Asia. SAS is a member of Star Alliance™ and can together with our partner airlines offer more than 18,400 daily flights to 1,300 destinations around the world in over 191 countries. For more information, visit  www.flysas.com

About Us

SAS is a member of Star Alliance™ and can together with its partners offer more than 18,400 daily flights to over 1,300 destinations around the world in over 191 countries.

Subscribe

Media

Media