SAS opens two new routes from Miami to Oslo and Copenhagen

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Oslo NorwayScandinavian Airlines (SAS) is opening for sales of tickets to two new Scandinavian destinations from Miami. The routes to Norway’s capital Oslo and to Denmark’s capital Copenhagen will be served four and three times a week respectively and thus offering 190,000 seats yearly to and from Miami and Scandinavia. The Miami routes ticket sale opens November 11 2015.

SAS is the first airline to serve Miami International Airport with direct routes to Oslo and Copenhagen with first flight to Copenhagen on September 28 and to Oslo September 29 2016. The year round routes will be served with an Airbus 330-300 redesigned with completely new and ultra-modern cabins. Departures to Copenhagen are three times weekly Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and departures to Oslo are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The direct routes are strengthening SAS’ offer between US and Scandinavia; in 2016 SAS will offer 6,600 flights between the regions which is a total of 1.75 million seats – whereof 190,000 seats are offered between Miami and the two Scandinavian capitals.

From Oslo Airport travelers can reach Oslo downtown direct by high-speed train. Oslo offers a variety of historic, cultural and architectural experiences and Norway offers a true Scandinavian nature experience with fjords and mountains. From Copenhagen Airport travelers can reach downtown by train and metro within 15 minutes. The city is known for the development of new Nordic cuisine and various cultural and historical sites. Denmark offers sandy beaches and island hopping. Both destinations are also major cruise ports.

Travelers from Scandinavia to Miami can enjoy simple and quick access to and from the airport by metro, train and bus. Miami offers tropical climate and gorgeous beaches and is an attractive destination for travelers from Scandinavia and Northern Europe with high season in the winter and the summer holiday period. The city also has the largest cruise port in the world and at the same time Miami is a commercial center that attracts businesses from all over the world.

SAS offers a timetable adapted to departures and arrivals beyond Oslo to and from Norwegian and Scandinavian airports. Beyond Copenhagen Airport SAS offers a timetable adapted to departures and arrivals to and from Danish, Scandinavian and northern European airports.

SAS serves Scandinavia, Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen, from four cities in US – New York, Chicago, Washington DC and San Francisco – and is adding three more cities in 2016. Besides Oslo and Copenhagen to Miami, SAS launches nonstop service from Los Angeles to Stockholm on March 14, and from Boston to Copenhagen on March 29.

Timetable Miami-Copenhagen
From Miami: Departures Wednesday, Friday and Sunday SK954 3.50 pm arriving Copenhagen 7.10 am the day after.
From Copenhagen: Departures Monday, Thursday and Saturday SK953 9.35 am arriving Miami 1.50 pm.

Timetable Miami-Oslo
From Miami: Departures Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday SK956 3.50 pm arriving Oslo 7.05 am the day after.
From Oslo: Departures Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday SK955 9.40 am arriving Miami 1.50 pm.


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