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SAS will operate flights to 90 destinations this fall

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SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) plans to operate 160 routes to 90 domestic and international destinations this fall, continuing to improve its offer as demand for business and leisure travel increases.

Starting in September 2021, the Scandinavian company will serve all domestic destinations in Norway and Sweden, and the company will also relaunch the Stockholm-Arlanda and Sundsvall route and increase the number of flights to "important destinations for travelers" in Europe.

SAS will increase the number of flights to important leisure destinations.

"Increasing interest in weekend trips and city breaks to European cities" led SAS Scandinavian to resume services to Amsterdam, Dublin, Florence, Krakow and Prague. Paris and Nice will be served from Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, while flights to "warmer Mediterranean destinations" in Southern Europe and the Canary Islands will be more numerous "to meet the growing demand of tourists."

SAS will offer "more direct" connections from the Scandinavian capitals to several destinations in North America, starting in September, and will also be present in Asia, from Copenhagen to Tokyo and Shanghai.

Stockholm CopenhagenOsloBergen
GothenburgAalborgAltaAlicante
KalmarAarhusAalborgCopenhagen
KirunaInsulele FéroéAarhusOslo
LuleaBergenBardufossStavanger
MalmoGothenburgBergenStockholm
RonnebyOsloBillundTrondheim
SkellefteaStavanger BodøÅlesund
SundsvallStockholmCopenhagen 
UmeåTrondheimHarstad / NarvikKristiansand
VisbyAberdeenHaugesundAlicante
ÄngelholmAlicanteKirkenesOslo
Ostersund AmsterdamKristiansand 
AlicanteAthenaLakselvStavanger
AmsterdamBarcelonaLongyearbyenAberdeen
AthenaBerlinMoldeAlicante
BarcelonaBolognaStavangerBergen
BergenBostonStockholmCopenhagen
BerlinBrusselsTromsøOslo
BillundChaniaTrondheimTrondheim
Brussels ChicagoÅlesundÅlesund
CopenhagenDublinAlicante 
DublinDusseldorf AmsterdamTrondheim
DusseldorfFaroAthenaAlicante
EdinburghFlorenceBarcelonaBergen
FaroFrankfurtBerlinBodø
FrankfurtGazipasa Brussels Copenhagen
GazipasaGdanskChaniaOslo
HelsinkiGenevaDublinStockholm
KrakowHamburgDusseldorfTromsø
LarnacaHelsinkiFaroÅlesund
Las PalmasKrakowFrankfurt 
LisbonLarnacaGazipasaGothenburg 
LondonLas PalmasGdanskAlicante
MalagaLondonKievCopenhagen
MaltaLos AngelesLas PalmasFaro
ManchesterMalagaLondonLas Palmas
MiamiManchesterMalagaMalaga
MilanMiamiManchesterPalma de Mallorca
NAPLESMilanMiamiSplit
New YorkMunichMilanStockholm
NisaNAPLESNew York 
OsloNew YorkNisa 
Palma de MallorcaNisaPalma de Mallorca
ParisPalma de MallorcaParis 
PragueParisReykjavik 
RomeReykjavikRome 
SplitRomeSplit 
TallinSan Francisco  
TenerifeShanghai  
ThessalonikiSplit  
TrondheimTenerife  
VilniusTokyo  
 Venice  
 Vilnius  
 Warsaw  
 Washington DC  
 Zurich  

SAS Scandinavian has introduced more flexible booking options to make it easier for its customers to travel. It has established a number of measures and procedures to ensure the safety of air travel during the Covid-19 pandemic. To make travel easier, the company - which is a member of the Star Alliance - has developed a digital platform, SAS Travel Ready Center, where travelers can plan their trip, check travel restrictions and requirements.

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