SAS reopens routes

More and more countries are easing their travel restrictions, which enables SAS to resume flights to many destinations from June onwards. This primarily includes domestic flights within and between the Scandinavian countries, but flights to New York, Chicago and Amsterdam from Copenhagen are also set to resume.

In Sweden, SAS is adding four destinations from Arlanda; Malmö, Ängelholm, Kalmar and Skellefteå. SAS is also resuming flights from Stockholm to Helsinki and Turku, in Finland. In Norway, where SAS is already serving all domestic destinations, it will now be possible to fly from Bergen and Stavanger to Copenhagen and from Stavanger to Aberdeen.

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

In addition to the destinations and routes which are now being added to the traffic program, SAS plans to offer more flights and destinations as the recommendations issued by different countries are relaxed and demand for travel in Scandinavia and globally increases.

SAS’ decision to resume flights and scale up existing services in all three countries means that SAS is set to double its capacity in June, from the equivalent of 15 to 30 aircraft in service.

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 Updates to the traffic operation, June 2020

From 1 June
ARN-SFT Stockholm - Stockholm

From 2 June
CPH-AAR Copenhagen - Aarhus

From 8 June
CPH-AMS Copenhagen - Amsterdam
CPH-BGO Copenhagen -  Bergen
CPH-SVG Copenhagen - Stavanger
SVG-ABZ Stavanger - Aberdeen

ARN-HEL Stockholm - Helsinki
ARN-TKU Stockholm - Turku

ARN-MMX Stockholm - Malmö
ARN-KLR Stockholm - Kalmar

From 10 June
CPH-EWR Copenhagen - New York
CPH-ORD Copenhagen - Chicago


From 15 June
ARN-AGH Stockholm - Ängelholm

For more information, please contact:  
SAS Press Office, phn +46 8 797 2944

SAS, Scandinavia's leading airline, flies over 30 million passengers to, from and within Scandinavia each year.  The airline has three main hubs – Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm – with 125 destinations in Europe, USA and Asia. Supported by its Scandinavian Cultural Heritage and sustainable values, SAS is striving it reduce its total carbon dioxide emissions by 25 percent and operate with biofuels corresponding to the total consumption of aviation fuel used in all SAS domestic flights, by the year 2030.  

In addition to flight operations, SAS offers ground handling services, technical maintenance and air cargo services. SAS is a founder member of the Star Alliance™, and together with its partner airlines offers around 19,000 daily flights to over 1,300 destinations worldwide.