Scanair was a Scandinavian charter airline. It was a subsidiary of Scandinavian Airlines System, and hence used a similar visual profile. On Scanair's official liveries, the SAS mark on the tailfin was replaced by the filled yellow circle that was Scanair's logo.


Scanair logo

When SAS introduced a new livery with six stripes in the front in 1983, the Scanair version of the livery had all stripes in orange, instead of the colours of the Scandinavian flags.[1]

Scanair merged with Conair of Scandinavia in 1993 to form Premiair.

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