As communicated before, SAS is now gradually resuming flights on a number of routes in June. This means that SAS will increase its capacity from 15 to 30 aircraft. SAS now presents the routes it will resume during the latter part of June.
Many of the new routes that will resume in the latter half of June will depart from Copenhagen. SAS will resume 16 new routes from Copenhagen to countries such as Germany, Belgium, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Lithuania, Spain, France, Greece and Croatia.
At the end of June, SAS will resume services from Stockholm to a number of Mediterranean destinations: Palma in Spain, Nice in France, and Athens and Thessaloniki in Greece.
In Norway, the airline will increase the frequency of its domestic routes slightly, with SAS operating all its destinations in June.Here you can read more about SAS’ traffic programme in June.
New routes from 15/6:
CPH-Brussels (daily except Saturdays)
CPH-Düsseldorf (daily except Saturdays)
CPH-Faroe Islands (Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday)
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 from 18/6 (Sundays)
ARN- Östersund (daily except Saturdays)
ARN- Visby – from 18/6 (daily except Saturdays)
New routes from 20/6:
CPH-Athens (Monday, Saturday)
CPH-Frankfurt (daily except Saturdays)
CPH-Split (Wednesday, Saturday)
CPH-Gdansk – from 21/6 (daily except Saturdays)