SAS presents traffic program for the summer with 120 destinations

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In response to rising demand SAS is presenting a more extensive summer program with 230 direct routes from Scandinavia to 120 destinations.

The Copenhagen to Boston route is reopening, alongside the addition of a second daily departure from Copenhagen to New York, during the spring. In the spring and summer, there will be 150 weekly flights between Scandinavia and North America.

Demand for flights to Southern Europe continues to rise, and SAS is offering 500 flights a week to destinations such as Alicante, Barcelona, Nice, Malaga and Milan.

SAS is also opening a new route from Stockholm to Warsaw with two daily departures, as well as resuming flights to a range of destinations, including Birmingham and Hannover from Copenhagen, and to Edinburgh from Oslo and Stockholm. Up to 17 daily departures from Scandinavia to London are being offered.

A new route from Copenhagen to Kristiansand will be established this spring, with two daily departures. SAS is also increasing capacity on routes such as Oslo-Bergen, Oslo-Trondheim, Bergen-Stavanger, Stockholm-Luleå, Copenhagen-Aalborg, and between the three Scandinavian capitals.

All routes from the Scandinavian destinations

*Subject to governmental approval
Copenhagen Oslo Stockholm Bergen Gothenburg Kristiansand Stavanger Trondheim
Aalborg Aalborg Alanya Alicante Alicante Alicante Aberdeen Alicante
Aarhus Alanya Alicante Copenhagen Athens Copenhagen Alicante Bodø
Alanya Alicante Amsterdam Oslo  Copenhagen Split London Copenhagen
Alicante Alta Athens Split Luleå Oslo  Milano Oslo 
Amsterdam Amsterdam Barcelona Stavanger Malaga Nice Stockholm
Athens Athens Berlin Stockholm Nice Oslo  Tromsø
Barcelona Barcelona Beirut Trondheim Palma de Mallorca Split Ålesund
Bari Bardufoss Bergen Ålesund Pula Stavanger
Beijing* Bergen Biaritz Split Trondheim
Beirut Berlin Billund Stockholm
Berlin Billund Bologna
Bergen Bodø Brussels
Biaritz Brussels Catania
Birmingham Chania Chania
Bologna Copenhagen Chicago
Boston Dublin Copenhagen
Brussels Dusseldorf Dublin
Catania Edinburgh Dubrovnik
Chania Faro Dusseldorf
Chicago Frankfurt Edinburgh
Dublin Gdansk Faro
Dubrovnik Harstad-Narvik Frankfurt
Dusseldorf Haugesund Gothenburg
Faro Kirkenes Hamburg
Faroe Islands Kristiansand Helsinki
Florence Kristiansund Kalmar
Frankfurt Kyiv Kiruna
Gdansk Lakselv  Las Palmas 
Geneva London London
Gothenburg Longyearbyen Luleå
Hanover Malaga Malaga
Hamburg Manchester Malmö
Helsinki Miami Malta
Krakow Milan Manchester
Kristiansand Molde Miami
Lisbon New York Milan
London Nice Naples
Los Angeles Olbia New York
Malaga Palanga Nice
Manchester Palermo Olbia
Miami Palma de Mallorca Palermo
Milan Paris Palma de Mallorca
Montpellier Pisa Paris
Munich Pula Pisa
Naples Reykjavik Pula
New York Rome Reykjavik
Nice Split Rome
Olbia Stavanger Ronneby
Oslo Stockholm Skellefteå
Palanga Trondheim Split
Palermo Tromsø Stavanger
Palma de Mallorca Zurich St.Petersburg
Paris Ålesund Sundsvall
Pisa Tallinn
Poznan Tampere
Pula Thessaloniki
Reykjavik Toronto*
Rhodes Tromsø
Rome Trondheim
San Francisco Turku
Shanghai Umeå
Split Vaasa
Stavanger Vilnius
Stockholm Visby
Stuttgart Warsaw
Tallinn Zurich
Thessaloniki Ängelholm
Tivat Östersund
Washington DC

For more information, please contact:  
SAS Press Office, phn +46 8 797 2944

SAS, Scandinavia’s leading airline, with main hubs in Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, flies to destinations in Europe, USA and Asia. Spurred by a Scandinavian heritage and sustainability values, SAS aims to be the global leader in sustainable aviation. We will reduce total carbon emissions by 25 percent by 2025, by using more sustainable aviation fuel and our modern fleet with fuel-efficient aircraft. In addition to flight operations, SAS offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and air cargo services. SAS is a founding member of the Star Alliance™, and together with its partner airlines offers a wide network worldwide.




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