Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced that it will operate up to 100-weekly flights to the United States during the Christmas and New Year period to and from Scandinavia as demand for travel has risen.
SAS says that the flight bookings with SAS to the US over Christmas and New Year have increased significantly.
The airline resumed flights between Stockholm and Miami on 8th November 2021 & will resume service between Copenhagen and Miami on 10th November 2021 while flights between Oslo and Miami will resume on 11th November 2021.
SAS is also increasing the number of departures to New York and will fly twice-daily from Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm, starting this month. SAS flies daily from Copenhagen to Chicago and will start flights from Stockholm to Chicago from mid-December.
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This winter, SAS will operate the following flights to the United States:
- Copenhagen-New York : up to 7-flights-a-week
- Copenhagen-Chicago : up to 7-flights-a-week
- Copenhagen-Los Angeles : up to 7-flights-a-week
- Copenhagen-San Francisco : up to 5-flights-a-week
- Copenhagen-Washington DC : up to 5-flights-a-week
- Copenhagen-Miami : up to 4-flights-a-week
- Oslo-New York : 2-flights-a-week
- Oslo-Miami : once-a-week
- Stockholm-New York : up to 5-flights-a-week
- Stockholm-Miami : up to 4-flights-a-week
- Stockholm-Chicago : up to 3-flights-a-week
All of these flights will be operated by a mix of Airbus A350 and Airbus A330 aircraft.
Karl Sandlund, Chief Commercial Officer, Scandinavian Airlines, said:
It is very gratifying that we can increase the number of flights and offer our customers the chance to finally be able to travel again and experience the other side of the Atlantic, and meet with friends and family.
Featured image by SAS
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