New routes from all major airports in Nordic region
SAS is ending an encouraging week by announcing today that it will launch 45 new routes in 2013. It will offer direct flights to new destinations from all of the main airports in the Nordic countries and a number of regional airports. SAS says it will also boost the frequencies on a number of domestic and European routes. The new routes will start to go on sale from November 26.
“Many of our customers choose SAS when travelling on business and leisure,” Joakim Landholm, the airline’s executive vice president commercial, says. “[With the 45 new routes] we will continue to be the airline that has the largest selection of flights in the Nordic region.”
New routes from Sweden include (from Stockholm) Innsbruck, Pula, Palermo, Cagliari, Thessaloniki, Tel Aviv, Pristina and Alanya and (from Gothenburg) Nice, Pristina and Östersund.
New routes from Norway include (from Oslo) Salzburg, Berlin, Budapest, Santorini, Cagliari, Palermo, Pristina, Valencia, Malta, Lisbon, Athens, Tenerife and Pula. From Bergen new routes will launch to Dubrovnik and Antalya, from Trondheim to Split and from Stavanger to Antalya.
New routes from Copenhagen will be to San Francisco, Budapest, Prague, Newcastle, Cagliari, Palermo, Alanya, Thessaloniki, Pula and Biarritz.
New routes from Finland include (from Helsinki) Paris, Rome, Prague, Geneva and Östersund, as well as from Turku to Kittilä and from Tampere to Kittilä.
[photo courtesy SAS]