SAS, Scandinavia’s leading airline, will in 2013 launch 45 new routes. This means that SAS will offer direct flights to exciting new destinations from all of the main airports and a number of regional airports in the Nordic countries. In addition to these new routes, SAS will also increase the frequency of current flights on a number of domestic and European routes.
“Many of our customers choose SAS when traveling on business and leisure. They appreciate our time-saving services, and our award-winning punctuality. Therefore, we are proud to offer our customers 45 new routes to choose from in 2013. This means that we will continue to be the airline that has the largest selection of flights in the Nordic region“, says Joakim Landholm, Executive Vice President Commercial.
The introduction of these 45 new routes is completely in line with the SAS goal to meet our customers’ complete travel needs.
These new routes will start being sold successively beginning Monday, November 26.
New routes from Norway:
From Oslo to Salzburg, Berlin, Budapest, Santorini, Cagliari, Palermo, Pristina, Valencia, Malta, Lisbon, Athens, Tenerife and Pula
From Bergen to Dubrovnik and Antalya
From Trondheim to Split
From Stavanger to Antalya
New routes from Denmark:
From Copenhagen to San Francisco, Budapest, Prague, Newcastle, Cagliari, Palermo, Alanya, Thessaloniki, Pula and Biarritz
New routes from Finland:
From Helsinki to Paris, Rome, Prague, Geneva and Östersund
From Turku to Kittilä
From Tampere to Kittilä
In combination with the 45 new routes SAS also increase frequencies on many of its existing domestic and European routes in 2013.
For further details, please visit http://www.flysas.com/en/Promotions-and-prices/SAS-new-routes
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