Latest news from SOS International

Nordic travellers on car holidays abroad: Here's how it went

9/23/2022
Germany, Norway, and Sweden were some of the countries where Nordic car travellers experienced breakdowns when travelling abroad this summer.

Road assistance bicycles at the climate public meeting

9/19/2022
SOS Dansk Autohjælp’s two electric road assistance bicycles and SOS International’s CEO, Jan Sigurdur Christensen, recently attended the Danish climate public meeting in Middelfart.

How broken-down cars are helped home from holiday

9/19/2022
Getting your broken-down car home from abroad sounds like a simple matter. However, it requires mastery of local rules and languages, a host of technical details and time-consuming coordination with local partners and garages.

Tom is a medical escort for a very special reason

9/13/2022
42-year-old Tom Erik Westgaard from Oslo loves his job as a medical escort for SOS International because it combines the two things he feels most passionately about: Travelling and the nursing profession. But the 2004 Asian tsunami also plays a crucial role.

Travelcare: The desire to travel came roaring back

9/13/2022
The summer of 2022 saw a return of the desire to travel for the Danes, Swedes, Norwegians and Finns. Unfortunately, the summer was also dominated by travel chaos.

How to travel safely and securely in the USA

8/8/2022
Over the last years, new direct flights to the USA have been opened, and the country has become a big holiday destination for Nordic travellers. We give advice on how to travel safely and securely in the USA.

SAS strike

7/4/2022
Right now, pilots and other staff at the airline SAS are on strike.

How to travel safely and securely in Greece

6/20/2022
Greece is a popular summer destination. Get travel advice for a safe trip to Greece. COVID-19 rules in Greece. Remember the blue card for your trip to Greece.

Summer forecast: A peak season with challenges

6/7/2022
SOS International expects a summer peak season in Travelcare to be the busiest since 2019.

Report the case online if you get sick abroad

6/7/2022
SOS International now offers travellers the possibility to report a case online, if they get sick or are injured on vacation. The aim is to make processing cases more efficient and to improve the customer journey.

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