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SAS adds more inter-Scandinavian departures. SAS reports it’s to offer 62 new flights per week for inter-Scandinavian routes beginning September 1 this year. Departures with increased frequency will be Copenhagen-Stockholm, Copenhagen-Bergen, Copenhagen-Oslo, Copenhagen-Stavanger and Oslo-Stockholm. The decision is prompted by a significant increase in demand for the routes connecting the Scandinavian countries, according to the airline.

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SAS adds more inter-Scandinavian departures

Published on Thursday, 15th July, 2010 at 18:21 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last Updated on 16th July 2010 at 17:31.

SAS reports it’s to offer 62 new flights per week for inter-Scandinavian routes beginning September 1 this year.

A330 in flight
A330 in flight
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Departures with increased frequency will be Copenhagen-Stockholm, Copenhagen-Bergen, Copenhagen-Oslo, Copenhagen-Stavanger and Oslo-Stockholm.

The decision is prompted by a significant increase in demand for the routes connecting the Scandinavian countries, according to the airline.

“Besides a record high load factor, we have also noted a positive booking trend within our Scandinavian network. In order to provide our customers with the most and best departures, as well as transfers, we will offer an additional 62 new departures this autumn,” declared Robin Kamark, Chief Commercial Officer at SAS Scandinavian Airlines.

In early July SAS published a report saying that their inter-Scandinavian traffic grew by 4.7 percent the previous month, compared to the same period of 2009.

There’ll also be an increase in intercontinental traffic. The carrier has announced more departures to New York, Chicago, Bangkok, and Dubai beginning this October.



Published on Thursday, 15th July, 2010 at 18:21 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last updated on 16th July 2010 at 17:31.

This post has the following tags: sas, flights, scandinavia, copehagen, stockholm, bergen, oslo, stavanger, new, york, dubai, bangkok, chicago.





  
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