This week saw Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) inaugurate its new service between Copenhagen and Bangkok, as international growth continues.
This inaugural flight, which took place on October 30, comes nearly 75 years after the first flight between the two cities.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
SAS Inaugurates New Copenhagen-Bangkok Flight…
SAS flight SK973 departed Copenhagen at 0038 local time on October 31, over an hour late and proceeded onwards to Bangkok where it landed at 1755 local time, around 30 minutes late.
SE-RSF was the Airbus A350-900 that operated the first set of flights, and is part of a thrice-weekly service between the two cities.
The scheduling for the services are as follows:
Commenting on the inauguration was Paul Verhagen, SAS’ Chief Commercial Officer:
“Thailand and the Scandinavian countries have a long history of friendship and cooperation and returning with a direct route is a true pleasure.”
“The Bangkok route will offer a perfect entry point for wider Thailand and Asia and be a great option for both business and leisure travelers.”
“Thailand is a favorite destination among many passengers during the winter season and a lot of Scandinavians see Thailand as their home away from home”.
Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how this new route from Copenhagen will perform, and if successful, there could be scope to expand the frequencies going into the future.
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