SAS continues to open up routes as demand for travel increases and resumes seven new direct routes from Stockholm and Gothenburg. From Arlanda, SAS flies to Athens in Greece, Milan in Italy, Split in Croatia, Alanya in Turkey, Beirut in Lebanon and St. Petersburg in Russia. From Landvetter in Gothenburg, SAS starts direct flights to popular Palma, in Spain.
More and more countries are opening up for entry into the summer as the number of vaccinations against COVID-19 increases and infection rates decrease. It enables travel to popular holiday destinations, but also travel to destinations in regions to which many in Sweden have a connection. Despite the fact that many countries are now easing their entry restrictions, most countries still require different types of travel and test certificates in connection with the trip. To make it easier for travelers to travel, SAS has developed a new digital service, SAS Travel Ready Center.
In the SAS Travel Ready Center, travelers will find information on the types of restrictions and documents required for the chosen destination. To avoid queues and congestion at the airport, SAS recommends that travelers use the service to get ready for travel in a smooth way. In the center, travelers upload and have their documents verified, thus avoiding manual check-in and document control at the airport. Travelers are ready to travel even before they arrive at the airport. The digital service will also include information on entry restrictions and local recommendations for selected destinations.