From the end of March 2014, SAS will be opening Stockholm – Visby, Stavanger – Edinburgh, Oslo – Edinburgh, Oslo – Aalborg, Oslo – Aberdeen and Oslo – Chania, as well as Copenhagen – Leeds Bradford. These launches reflect increased customer demand for new nonstop services.
SAS continues to improve its customer offering by launching new routes. From four Scandinavian airports SAS is opening seven new routes in the summer 2014 timetable.
SAS announces the first seven new routes for the 2014 timetable. From the end of March 2014, SAS will be opening Stockholm – Visby, Stavanger – Edinburgh, Oslo – Edinburgh, Oslo – Aalborg, Oslo – Aberdeen and Oslo – Chania, as well as Copenhagen-Leeds Bradford. These launches reflect increased customer demand for new nonstop services.
“SAS offers more destinations and a greater frequency than any other Scandinavian airline, and we will continue to invest in our offering to our customers. This last year we have succeeded in improving our competitiveness and increasing productivity, and this gives us the opportunity to open many new routes to serve our customers,” says Joakim Landholm, Executive Vice President Commercial.
Earlier this fall, SAS opened two new year-round routes, Copenhagen – Bremen and Copenhagen – Humberside, and announced two routes for the winter season 2013: Oslo – Sochi and Copenhagen – Salzburg. In 2013, SAS launched more than 50 new domestic and European routes, as well as the popular Copenhagen – San Francisco route.
The new routes will go on sale gradually from November 21, 2013. SAS will launch the peak summer timetable on Monday, November 25.
New routes from Sweden
Stockholm to: Visby (starts 30 Mar)
New routes from Norway
Oslo to: Edinburgh (10 Apr-11 Oct), Aalborg (starts 30 Mar), Aberdeen (starts 31
Mar), Chania (12 Apr-11 Oct)
Stavanger to: Edinburgh (10 Apr-11 Oct)
New routes from Denmark
Copenhagen to: Leeds Bradford (starts 31 Mar)
Aalborg to: Oslo (starts 30 Mar).