I emailed the SAS museum in Oslo to inquire about the acronyms in this photo description. It took awhile, but I finally got the following reply:
I'm a retired SAS-captain volunteering at our museum. These codes are
IATA communication codes. CPH is Copenhagen airport, CV is the name of
a SAS-sub group, the cabin attendant's group there. So if I were to
send a old fashioned telex to that group, I would include a NAME with
address CPHCV. Similarly, my former address would be my NAME, OSLOA.
These addresses were used within almost all airline companies, an
external message to me would be addressed NAME, OSLOASK, where SK
CPHKA is the address of the administrative SAS-department in charge of
all SAS stations within Denmark. CPHZC-S is unknown to me, but -S
indicates a further sub-division.
We used to have mail departments at all SAS stations, and this type of
addressing was extensively used on envelopes and in phone-directories.
These days, we still have mail departments, but these are greatly
reduced since e-mail has taken over communication.
You'll find more info on internet:
Best of luck with your studying.
Leif Leren, at the SAS-museum at OSL.