In contrast with some other companies, as AA and United, who are removing seats, either to please the economy or economy plus passengers, SAS is actually going to put more seats in its aircraft. That is of course a bad idea. If they need more seats because of high demand on some routes, they should, if possible, add flights. By adding seats and decreasing seat-pitch they are only going to loose customers, the old and the new ones, for whom more capacity is needed. If they add more flights, the old customers stay happy because they receive the same seat-pitch and all passengers can enjoy higher frequencies on the routes, a fact bussines-man like very much. But of course, I do not know the SAS-philosophy behind this decision. Maybe the have good arguments for adding seats. At this moment, I think it is a bad idea. I'm feeling sorry for the SAS-customers who cannot choose another company to travel with.