SAS Traffic figures - June 2020
As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the total number of passengers was 86% lower compared to last year. From mid-June, SAS doubled its capacity to 30 aircraft and an additional 15 aircraft have returned to service in July.SAS has increased its capacity and number of passengers as countries are gradually opening up. Compared to last month capacity has increased by 251 million available seat kilometers (ASK) and the number of passengers has increased by 269 thousand. In relation to last year SAS experienced a 91% reduction in capacity and an 86% drop in the total number of passengers.