The flight took off 27 minutes late (to fill up with fuel apparently) and landed 35 minutes behind schedule, with the timetable obviously not taking account of the fact that it was a propeller-engined plane. Fortunately, I had plenty of time to spare before my connecting flight.
The flight is operated by GOLDEN AIR on behalf of BLUE1. The plane was a little Saab 2000. It wasn't new, and it was a bit noisy, of course, but it was in good condition. The cabin, with its 50 leather seats, was very comfortable and there were retractable footrests. I had a separate, single seat in the block on the left, with the choice made at online check-in on SAS's website properly respected.
So optimum comfort therefore, and there was the bonus of a hot drink offered during the flight.
Excellent value for money, and an experience to recommend, except where you have a connecting flight shortly afterwards, or if you're sensitive to noise.
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