Some of the best-known but weakest airlines face a grim future, or none at all.
With everyone indoors, Scandinavia's leading sex toy retailer sees a surge in orders.
In the midst of current crisis, researchers are still studying happiness and where to find it.
Faced with rising fuel costs and an early over-estimate of passengers, the Scandinavian airline redoes its schedule.
The pioneer piece of Scandinavian cooperation will be mainly in private hands as Norway and Sweden sell their shares.
The two cities have become a single metropolis, and want to link their transit systems with a new underwater metro.
A German excavation yields hundreds of coins and jewelry dating to the reign of Danish King Harald Bluetooth.
SAS, with finances improving, makes a big investment in updating and standardizing its fleet with an order for 50 A320neos.
Sweden's new tax on air passengers has Denmark hoping for an upsurge in routes and arrivals as airlines shift destinations to avoid it.
Sweden's considering a per-ticket tax on airlines to discourage travel and reduce carbon emissions—but the idea is under attack.
SAS has felt the burn from Norwegian and other low-cost carriers, but its plans call not for direct competition but serving a higher-priced segment.
Norwegian Air overtakes rival SAS as the biggest Scandinavian carrier, and names Providence as its second U.S. destination for new 737 MAX flights.
SAS is following in the footsteps of Norwegian with a plan to establish new bases in Ireland and Spain.
Denmark and Norway are dropping old favorites, while Sweden finds new ways to describe new things.
TV-like chaos as the Oresund Bridge held a large-scale emergency drill to test response times and equipment.