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SAS to Serve More than 130 Destinations in Over 40 Countries for Summer 2024

For summer 2024, SAS will serve over 130 destinations, including nine new European destinations.  New routes from Copenhagen include direct flights to Ibiza, Salzburg, Genoa, Tromsø, and the Dalaman/Turquoise coast in Türkiye.


SAS Airbus A321neo - Courtesy Airbus

On Tuesday (January 2, 2024), SAS announced that for summer 2024 they will offer service to more than 130 destinations in over 40 countries, including nine new European destinations.  From Copenhagen, SAS will offer new direct service to Ibiza, Salzburg, Genoa, Tromsø, and the Dalaman/Turquoise coast in Türkiye.  From Bergen, the carrier will start flights to London, while new service from Oslo includes direct flights to Geneva, Milan, and Tivat in Montenegro. 


In Tuesday’s announcement, SAS’ Chief Revenue Officer, Erik Westman, said,


“In addition to seamless connectivity to major cities and capitals, our summer traffic program offers new holiday destinations like Ibiza, Genoa, and Tivat.  For those seeking familiar favorites, we've boosted capacity to destinations such as Malaga, Florence, Palma, and Alicante. Our passengers can discover a multitude of inspiring options with SAS as they plan their upcoming summer adventures. We look forward to a busy summer and to welcoming our passengers on board.”


SAS will also add more frequencies to popular destinations in Spain and Italy from all three Scandinavian capitals.  From Stockholm and Copenhagen, the carrier will offer up to 20 weekly flights to Malaga, while Oslo will see up to 17 weekly flights to Alicante.  SAS will also offer up to four daily flights between Copenhagen and Milan, as well as daily flights between Copenhagen and Florence, and up to 25 weekly flights to Nice.  Additionally, Oslo will have 14 weekly departures to Split, and the carrier will also offer double daily flights from Stockholm to Milan and Paris during the peak summer season.  Oslo and Copenhagen will also offer year-round service to Gran Canaria.


From Copenhagen, SAS will also offer five daily flights to Düsseldorf, four daily flights to Brussels and Gdansk, and three daily flights to Warsaw and Vilnius.  SAS will also operate up to six daily flights from Stockholm to Tallinn, as well as three daily flights between Stockholm and Vilnius.  Stockholm will also see two daily flights to Berlin, up to six daily flights to Helsinki, and increased frequencies to Turku and Vaasa.  Domestically, SAS will increase frequencies from Stockholm to Visby, Kiruna, Skellefteå, and Östersund.   During the peak summer season, the carrier will also operate up to seven daily flights from Copenhagen to Bergen, while Oslo will feature up to two daily flights to Aalborg, four weekly flights to Billund, and increased frequencies to destinations in Northern Norway.


SAS is the leading airline in Scandinavia, with main hubs in Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, and flying to destinations in Europe, the U.S. and Asia.  The company aims to be a driving force in sustainable aviation and in the transition towards net zero emissions.  SAS also offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and air cargo services.  Additionally, the carrier is a founding member of the Star Alliance, and together with partner airlines offers an extensive worldwide network.


 

Source: SAS/Cision 

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