It is expected that SAS Connect will offer an all-economy product as the airline plans to operate as a low-cost carrier. As the A320 will be used, the seats will be laid out in 3x3 and may share the same design as SAS Airlines's A320neo. This could mean that the airline has 174 seats with a pitch of 30-31" and a width of 18". However, as the airline hasn't launched yet, the configuration of the cabin is yet to be seen. Complimentary meals, snacks, beverages as well as wifi and entertainment is not expected to be included. Luggage allowances may depend on the fare type booked, however, once the airline begins reservations this will become apparent.