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SAS To Double Its Capacity In June, Operating 30 Aircrafts

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As more and more countries are easing travel restrictions, SAS, the flag carrier of 3 nordic countries which has cancelled nearly all flights since March, has released a statement in which it will join a growing number of its European counterparts to resume flights to several destinations from June onwards. These routes are primarily domestic flights within and between the Scandinavian countries, with flights to New York, Chicago and Amsterdam from Copenhagen are also set to resume. Scandinavian Airlines’ decision on resuming flights and adding existing service frequencies in all three countries means that SAS is set to double its capacity in June, increasing from having the equivalent of 15 aircraft in service to 30.

SAS has taken a number of measures to ensure your safety and well-being on board.
SAS has taken a number of measures to ensure your safety and well-being on board.

From Copenhagen, SAS is resuming international flights to Amsterdam, New York and Chicago.

SAS has already restored all of its domestic destinations in Norway, it will now add two more Norwegian destinations to Copenhagen from Bergen and Stavanger and one of its strategic oil route from Stavanger to Aberdeen.

In Sweden, SAS is adding four domestic destinations from Arlanda; Malmö, Ängelholm, Kalmar and Skellefteå. SAS is also resuming 2 international routes from Stockholm to Helsinki and Turku, in Finland.



Date of resumptionRoutes
From 1 JuneARN-SFTStockholm – Skellefteå
From 2 JuneCPH-AARCopenhagen – Aarhus
From 8 JuneCPH-AMSCopenhagen – Amsterdam
CPH-BGOCopenhagen –  Bergen
CPH-SVGCopenhagen – Stavanger
SVG-ABZStavanger – Aberdeen
ARN-HELStockholm – Helsinki
ARN-TKUStockholm – Turku
ARN-MMXStockholm – Malmö
ARN-KLRStockholm – Kalmar
From 10 JuneCPH-EWRCopenhagen – New York
CPH-ORDCopenhagen – Chicago
From 15 JuneARN-AGHStockholm – Ängelholm

Updates To SAS Traffic Operation, June 2020


Update:

As previously communicated, SAS is now gradually resuming traffic on a number of routes during the month of June, which means that SAS is increasing capacity from 15 to 30 aircraft. SAS now presents the routes that will be resumed in the latter part of June.

Many of the new routes resumed in the latter half of June will be flown from Copenhagen. From Copenhagen, SAS opens 16 new routes to countries such as Germany, Belgium, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Lithuania, Spain, France, Greece and Croatia.

At the end of June, SAS resumes traffic from Stockholm to a number of Mediterranean destinations: Palma in Spain, Nice in France and Athens and Thessaloniki in Greece.

In Norway, SAS is increasing its frequencies on domestic routes, with SAS operating in all destinations in June. SAS also resumes a single foreign route from Norway to Split in Croatia.


New routes from 15/6:• CPH-Brussels (daily except Saturdays)

• CPH-Düsseldorf (daily except Saturdays)

• CPH Faroe Islands (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday)

• CPH-Hamburg (daily except Saturdays)

• CPH-Milan (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday)

• CPH-Munich (daily except Saturdays)

• CPH-Palanga (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday)

• CPH-Reykjavik (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday)

• CPH-Stuttgart (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday)

• CPH-Trondheim (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

• CPH-Vilnius (daily except Saturdays)

• ARN-Athens – from 6/6 (Saturday)

• ARN-Palma de Mallorca (Saturday)
New routes from 20/6:• CPH-Athens (Monday, Saturday)

• CPH-Frankfurt (daily except Saturdays)

• CPH-Malaga (Saturday)

• CPH-Nice (Saturday)

• CPH-Split (Wednesday, Saturday)

• OSL-Split (Saturday)

• ARN-Nice (Saturday)

• ARN-Thessaloniki (Saturday)

HERE IS SAS FLYING IN JUNE

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Gesus

    May 27, 2020 at 1:57 pm

    Finally, but when am I going to get a refund

  2. Pingback: SAS Adds More Destinations, Operating 40 Aircraft In July - ALBERT AVIATION - Airlines, Hotels & Lounges

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Japan Airlines Reinstates Service To Guangzhou, China From October 2, 2020

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Japan Airlines (JAL) yesterday revised its flight frequency plans for the month of October 2020. Starting October 2, JAL will reinstate service between Tokyo Narita and Guangzhou with a weekly frequency. 


According to Kyodo News, All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines announced on the 24th that they will resume some Chinese routes in the near future.

Currently, the two companies each have only one route to mainland China. Due to the adjustment of flight restrictions by the Chinese authorities, other routes will also be partially restored. This will be the first time scheduled flights to China have been resumed among the routes grounded after the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In addition to the current “Narita-Shanghai” route, ANA will resume the “Narita-Qingdao” and “Narita-Guangzhou” routes from September 30.

Flights to Shanghai are round-trip once a week, and ANA is discussing increasing the number of flights in the future.

JAL currently flying the “Narita-Dalian” route will also add the “Narita-Guangzhou” route from October 2.


Japan Airlines Boeing 777-200
Japan Airlines Boeing 777-200

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Note – The schedule is valid for the month of September 2020 only.
Flight schedules for October will be announced at a later date.

Reservations and sales for flights to Guangzhou will be available from September 24. (12:00 Japan Time) In addition, the carrier announced the decision to offer three flights per week between Tokyo Narita=Dalian throughout the month of October.

The JAL Group has continued to implement key measures against COVID-19 to provide our customers with a safe and secure travel experience and look forward to welcoming back customers as international flights gradually return to service.


Note – The schedule is valid through October 23 only.
Future schedules will be announced at a later date.

Flights are subject to government approvals.

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