SAS Scandinavian Airlines offers more flights to the United States

SAS Scandinavian Airlines has announced that it has increased the number of its flight connections between the capitals of Scandinavia and the United States, in order to meet the increase in demand for travel to the country whose borders have long been closed due to the pandemic. .

The Scandinavian company has updated its flight schedule to and from this country. Flight bookings with SAS Scandinavian to the United States have increased significantly and it is now offering up to 100 flights per week during the period.

SAS has relaunched the route between Stockholm-Arlanda airport and Miami airport and those departing from Copenhagen and Oslo-Gardemoen; Florida airport will therefore be served every day this winter.

The Star Alliance company is also increasing the number of rotations to New York (Newark-Liberty), and will fly there from this month twice a day from the three Scandinavian capitals. It flies daily from Copenhagen to Chicago, and will begin from mid-December those between Arlanda and O’Hare. Finally, the number of flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington DC from Copenhagen will be increased at Christmas and New Year.

SAS Scandinavian Airlines flies to the United States in Airbus A350-900, “modern aircraft with engines that burn 15-30% less fuel than the aircraft they replace.

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