SAS reopens seven international routes from Norway to the UK and major cities across Europe
As demand and interest in air travel across Europe returns, SAS is resuming flights on routes to many destinations. Restrictions are being relaxed on travel between Norway and England and elsewhere, and SAS is starting flights to London and Manchester.
SAS is also resuming flights on routes between Scandinavia and major cities across Europe, including Edinburgh, Dublin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Zürich.
Further destinations from Norway, Sweden and Denmark will added as demand returns.
New routes from mid-July:
- OSL-FRA: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 16 July
- OSL-DUS: Monday, Friday and Sunday from 17 July
- OSL-ZRH: Saturday from 11 July, daily from 16 July
- OSL-EDI: Thursday and Sunday from 23 July
- OSL-LHR: Daily from 15 July
- OSL-MAN: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 16 July
- OSL-DUB: Wednesday and Sunday from 15 July
- ARN-DUB: Thursday and Sunday from 16 July
- ARN-ZRH: Daily except Tuesdays and Saturdays from 17 July
- CPH-MAN: Monday and Friday from 17 July
Increase in frequency:
- ARN-LHR: Increases from 7 to 10 departures a week from 17 July
- CPH-LHR: Increases from 7 to 13 departures a week from 17 July
For more information, please contact:
SAS Press Office, phn +46 8 797 2944
SAS, Scandinavia’s leading airline, flies 30 million passengers to, from and within Scandinavia each year. The airline has three main hubs – Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm – with more than 125 destinations in Europe, USA and Asia. Spurred by a Scandinavian heritage and sustainable values, SAS aims to be the global leader in sustainable aviation. We will reduce total carbon emissions by 25 percent by 2025, for example by using more sustainable aviation fuel and our modern aircraft. In addition to flight operations, SAS offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and air cargo services. SAS is a founder member of the Star Alliance™, and together with its partner airlines offers around 19,000 daily flights to over 1,300 destinations worldwide.