SAS will launch eight new short-haul routes next summer, it has announced.
From late March, the Scandinavian carrier will start year-round services from Copenhagen to Reykjavik, Vienna, Krakow and Faro; from Stockholm to Gdansk and Mykonos; from Aarhus to Palma de Mallorca; and from Stavanger to Paris.
The airline will also add an additional daily frequency on five business routes out of Oslo – from April, SAS will operate twice-daily services to Aberdeen and Dusseldorf, thrice-daily services to Brussels and Billund, and an eight-times daily service to Bodo.
Rickard Gustafson, SAS CEO and group president, said: “SAS has more destinations and departures than any other Scandinavian airline, and we are constantly improving our offering to customers.”
The new routes are as follows:
Departures from Copenhagen on SK695, on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday. During the summer peak season, departures on Monday and Thursday. First departure: March 24
Departures from Copenhagen on SK1735, on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. First departure: March 25
Copenhagen-Reykjavik (Keflavik airport)
Daily departures from Copenhagen on SK595. First departure: March 27
Departure from Copenhagen on SK2823 on Saturday. First departure: April 2
Aarhus-Palma de Mallorca
Departure from Aarhus on SK1513 on Monday. First departure: June 27
Departures from Stockholm on SK2759 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday. During the summer peak season, departures on Friday and Sunday. First departure: March 25
Departure from Stockholm on SK2739 on Saturday. First departure: May 21
Departures from Stavanger on SK831 on Monday and Friday. During the summer peak season, departures on Monday and Friday. First departure: April 8
On March 29, SAS will launch a year-round service between Copenhagen and Boston (see news, October 8).