SAS is resuming flights on many routes over the Holiday Season to meet demand for travel to, from and within Scandinavia.
From mid-December to mid-January, SAS will fly all domestic routes in Norway and Sweden, as well as domestic routes in Denmark except for Billund. SAS continues to fly its routes between the Scandinavian capitals and is reopening a number of routes to Europe. The routes to New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington and Shanghai will continue to operate.
SAS will offer a total of 129 routes to 82 destinations, including major cities such as Berlin, London, Paris, Rome and Athens.
From Norway, SAS is reopening direct routes between Norway and Europe, and will fly 20 direct routes to the continent.
The traffic program has been reduced compared with a normal year, and fewer tickets will be available than usual. SAS urges customers to plan their travel well in advance to ensure they can get tickets for their preferred departures. SAS wishes to note that the traffic program may be amended if travel restrictions are introduced which indicate that routes should be cancelled.
SAS said, “We know that flexibility is important for our travelers in these turbulent times and have consequently introduced more flexible rebooking options. Our travelers can cancel their trip until 72 hours before departure and get a SAS Travel Voucher that is valid as payment on all SAS destinations. This offer applies for all international travel. SAS also offers rebooking free of charge for all international flights until 72 hours before departure. All trips booked through SAS are refundable within 24 hours of purchase, regardless of ticket type.”
“The safety of our passengers and employees is SAS’ primary concern and travelling by air is very safe, also with regards to infection control. SAS has introduced a range of measures to ensure that passengers feel safe when travelling with SAS. For example, procedures have been introduced for extra onboard cleaning, new boarding procedures and the mandatory wearing of face masks on board during the journey. Research has shown that the likelihood of being infected on board an aircraft is microscopic, partly because the dry air on board is filtered every three minutes.”
CPH-EWR Copenhagen-New York
CPH-IAD Copenhagen-Washington DC
CPH-SFO Copenhagen-San Francisco
Routes from Norway to Europe
OSL-LPA Oslo-Las Palmas
Routes from Denmark to Europe
CPH-LPA Copenhagen-Las Palmas
CPH-PMI Copenhagen-Palma de Mallorca
Routes from Sweden to Europe
ARN-LPA Stockholm-Las Palmas
ARN-PMI Stockholm-Palma de Mallorca