SAS, Scandinavia’s leading airline, is expanding its flight offerings and increasing capacity for the upcoming summer traffic program starting on March 31, 2024. The airline will add flights and frequencies to several key destinations to meet the rising demand for travel to the USA and Asia.
More SAS Flights To New York
In particular, the Copenhagen-New York (JFK) route will increase frequency, with up to two daily flights operated by Airbus A321LR. These additional flights will complement the daily Airbus A330 flights to New York-Newark Airport from each Scandinavian capital.
Boston Served by SAS Airbus A350
Furthermore, the airline increased the flight frequency from Copenhagen to Boston from six times a week to daily. The airline will operate the Airbus A350 aircraft for these flights, doubling the available seating capacity. This enhancement ensures daily connectivity and facilitates increased cargo transport between the two regions.
SAS will also be adding a fourth weekly flight from Copenhagen to Toronto. With a new departure time from Copenhagen, it will be easier for passengers to connect to and from European and Scandinavian cities.
More Flights to Shanghai and Tokyo
Starting April 25, SAS will introduce more flights to Asia. The Shanghai and Tokyo routes will increase from three to four times a week, significantly increasing seat and cargo capacity.
SAS is also extending the Bangkok route with a weekly service until April 20th to accommodate the increased demand for Easter travel.
North America and Asia Destinations for SAS’s summer program
- New York (EWR & JFK)
- Chicago (ORD)
- Boston (BOS)
- Washington D.C. (IAD)
- Los Angeles (LAX)
- San Francisco (SFO)
- Miami (MIA) (until April 7th)
- Toronto (YYZ)
- Tokyo (HND)
- Shanghai (PVG)
- Bangkok (BKK) (until April 20th)
SAS takes pride in its Scandinavian heritage and sustainability values. The airline is committed to being a driving force in sustainable aviation and the transition towards net-zero emissions. To achieve this, SAS continuously reduces carbon emissions by using more sustainable aviation fuel, investing in new fuel-efficient aircraft and technology innovation with partners, and contributing to the industry’s target of achieving net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050. In addition to flight operations, SAS offers ground handling services, technical maintenance, and air cargo services. As a founding member of the Star Alliance™, SAS and its partner airlines provide an extensive worldwide network.