SAS taxis out four new routes from Copenhagen

Three Euro routes and a trip to Boston in the pipeline

Scandinavian airline SAS has announced that it intends to launch new routes to three European destinations from Copenhagen next year.

From the end of March 2016, SAS will open new flights to Reykjavik (Iceland), Vienna (Austria) and Krakow (Poland). The routes will be operated year-round.

The flight to Reykjavik will be daily, the Vienna route will be four days a week and the Krakow flight will be three days a week.

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Shipping up to Boston
In related news, SAS revealed that it is planning to launch a new daily flight between Copenhagen and Boston at the end of March next year.

The flight will depart daily from Copenhagen at 12:50 and will be serviced by a Boeing 737-700 that SAS will have an excess number of when it closes its ‘oil flight’ between Stavanger and Houston at the end of October.

The plane was originally due to be used for the evening departure from Copenhagen to New York, but that route will instead be serviced by an Airbus A330 and an A340.





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