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.
Scandinavian Airlines has announced its Fall 2021 schedule in which it will operate 160 direct routes to 90 destinations. The airline says that it is seeing a good demand for both leisure and business travel.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has announced that it will operate 142 weekly flights to the United Kingdom and Ireland from Scandinavia in 2022. The airline will be adding new flights in the market in Summer 2022.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced that it will finally be operating flights to all of its US destinations, when the airline resumes nonstop flights to Boston in September and to Miami in October.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has released a full list of destinations it is flying to this summer. As the demand for travel increases, SAS is continuing to open up routes as part of the SAS traffic programme for the summer.
Scandinavian Airlines is resuming flights to Aberdeen International Airport in Scotland for the 1st time since March 2020 when the airline suspended flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Denmark is now open to fully vaccinated Americans and Britishers. The Scandinavian country reopened its borders on Saturday (5th June 2021).
Scandinavian Airlines has announced plans to recommence flights to Tokyo, Japan.
Iceland-based Startup airline PLAY has launched flight ticket sales to 7 destinations across Europe. The airline’s first route will be to London Stansted.
Turkish Airlines has suspended flights to 4 countries with immediate effect.