SAS starts sales for new routes from Miami

Flights to launch between Miami and Copenhagen and Oslo
SAS is opening sales on Wednesday for tickets between Miami and both Copenhagen and Oslo. The routes will be served four and three times a week, respectively.
It is the first airline to fly these direct year-round routes, with flights launching to Copenhagen on September 28, 2016, and to Oslo on September 29, on Airbus 330-300s redesigned with “completely new and ultra-modern cabins”, the airline says.
The routes strengthen SAS’s product between the USA and Scandinavia. In 2016, it will offer 6,600 flights between the regions, which represents a total of 1.75 million seats, of which 190,000 seats are from Miami.
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