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SAS Reintroduces Flights to Morocco from Copenhagen and Stockholm

spring holiday

From the 4th of November, SAS will reintroduce flights to Africa with weekly departures to Agadir, Morocco from both Copenhagen and Stockholm until the end of March 2024. The flights will have daytime departures and arrivals, providing a convenient schedule for passengers.

According to Erik Westman, EVP & CCO of Network and Revenue Management, SAS is thrilled to offer new destinations this winter and is delighted to add Agadir to their network, which will allow SAS to fly to Africa again after several decades. Agadir is a well-known tourist destination with long beaches, warm winter weather, and breathtaking scenery. It is also an excellent place for golfing, surfing, and enjoying the local Moroccan cuisine. SAS will use the Airbus A320Neo aircraft for this route, which is the most fuel-efficient and eco-friendly single-aisle aircraft, with a seating capacity of up to 180 passengers in two classes, SAS Plus and SAS Go.

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