I took an SAS (Scandanavian Airlines) flight from London to Copenhagen last year. As the passengers were settling in and the cabin checks were underway, the steward came on the intercom and announced that because it was an international flight, service would be in both languages, English and Scandanavian. Further proof that Swedish and Danish are the same.
Many Swedes don't understand Danish, so the Danes usually have to speak English. Danes tend to understand Swedish though. So maybe that's what "Scandinavian" was referring to.
Edited by patrrr, 05 August 2013 - 12:58 PM.