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SAS to Resume Service Between Copenhagen and Tokyo From July 10, 2021

SAS will resume service between Copenhagen and Tokyo-Haneda on Saturday July 10, 2021. The route will be operated twice weekly with departures from Copenhagen on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and return flights from Tokyo on Mondays and Fridays.


SAS to Resume Copenhagen-Tokyo Service on July 10, 2021 - Courtesy SAS

On Friday (June 4, 2021), SAS announced that they will resume twice weekly service between Copenhagen and Tokyo-Haneda from July 10, 2021. Departing flights from Copenhagen will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays, while return flights from Tokyo will operate on Mondays and Fridays. SAS has introduced flexible booking policies including a 24-hour money-back guarantee and flexible tickets on international trips that can be easily rebooked or canceled for a SAS Travel Voucher up to 72 hours prior to departure. For domestic trips within Scandinavia, the carrier’s SAS Go Flex tickets offer free rebooking within one hour prior to departure, while SAS Plus tickets are both rebookable and refundable.


SAS is the leading airline in Scandinavia, normally carrying over 30 million passengers annually from its main hubs in Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm to 125 destinations in Europe, the US and Asia (pre-pandemic figures). The company has targeted a reduction in carbon emissions by 25 percent by 2025, compared to 2005 levels, and hopes to transition to 100% biofuel for domestic flights by 2030. SAS also offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and cargo services. The carrier is a founding member of the Star Alliance, which offers an extensive global network.



Source: SAS

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