Frequencies upped between Nordic capitals
As part of its route launches for the winter timetable 2013-14, SAS customers will have direct access to Bremen in Germany and the oil region of Humberside in northern England. In addition, the airline’s direct route to Bangkok reopens in November.
This brings the total number of new routes for SAS in 2013 up to 52, the airline says. The six-times-a-week Copenhagen-Bremen route and five-a-week Copenhagen-Humberside route have no direct competitors. Both routes are aimed mainly at business travellers.
SAS is also adding weekly departures on key routes. Copenhagen-Madrid will rise from two a week to four, and both Copenhagen-Stockholm and Copenhagen-Oslo from 15 to 16 a week.
And, when the peak season for travel to Asia begins, SAS will be reopening the route between Copenhagen and Bangkok, initially with three departures a week and increasing to four when demand is greatest.
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