SAS Increases Flights to New York, Boston, Toronto & More!

SAS Increases Flights to New York, Boston, Toronto & More!
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Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has today announced the increase in frequencies to destinations in North America and Asia such as New York, Boston, Toronto & more!

The airline is going through a period of increased demand which has facilitated the need for additional flights to the two continents.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

SAS Increases Flights to New York, Boston, Toronto & More!…


SAS Increases Flights to New York, Boston, Toronto & More!
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As mentioned by the airline today, they will be making the following additions:

  • “The Copenhagen-New York (JFK) route will increase in frequency with up to two daily flights, both with Airbus A321LR. These additional flights will complement the existing daily Airbus A330 flights to New York-Newark Airport originating from each of the Scandinavian capitals.
  • The flights from Copenhagen to Boston will increase in frequency going from six times a week to every day. The aircraft used for these flights will be the Airbus A350, which means there will be twice as many seats available. This enhancement not only ensures daily connectivity but also facilitates increased cargo transport between the two regions.
  • A fourth weekly flight will be added from Copenhagen to Toronto. There will be a new departure time from Copenhagen, making it easier to connect with flights to and from European and Scandinavian cities.
  • From April 25, there will be more flights to Asia. The routes to both Shanghai and Tokyo will increase from three to four times a week, significantly boosting seat and cargo capacity.  
  • To cater to the increased demand during the Easter travel period, SAS is extending the Bangkok route with a weekly service until April 20th.”

All eyes will be on how these service increases perform in the respective areas, as well as whether more flights will need to be added in due course.

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