SAS presents its 2019 summer schedule – 6 new destinations and 17 new nonstop routes

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SAS presents its 2019 summer schedule – 6 new destinations and 17 new nonstop routes

SAS has made this announcement:

SAS is continuing to strengthen its offer by opening 17 new direct routes from Scandinavia in summer 2019 and 6 totally new destinations – Catania, Florence, Marseille, Cornwall Newquay, Szczecin and Antalya.

Demand for summer travel is increasing. SAS is therefore offering a number of new direct flights and destinations in summer 2019 and increasing frequency to several of the most popular travel hot spots. New destinations from Stockholm Arlanda are Catania Sicily, Marseille, Naples and Reykjavik while Gothenburg Landvetter will gain a direct flight to Faro in Portugal.

“Interest in travel continues to grow and I am delighted that we can not only offer a number of new destinations next summer but also increase our presence at some of the most popular designations for Scandinavians. We want more people to fly with us and discover the world, but with a smaller carbon footprint. To this end, SAS is striving to create sustainable travel, in the form of various initiatives such as biofuel, new aircraft with lower fuel consumption and emissions, and by reducing food waste and the use of plastics onboard,” says Rickard Gustafson, President and CEO, SAS.

Other exciting summer news is direct flights from Copenhagen to Cornwall Newquay. Poland also continues to attract visitors from Scandinavia and SAS is launching a direct route to Szczecin from Copenhagen.

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SAS summer news – new destinations and direct flights:

SAS summer news 2019 Sweden
From Stockholm: Marseille, Catania, Naples, Reykjavik. From Gothenburg: Faro

SAS summer news 2019 Norway
From Oslo: Faro and Antalya From Bergen: Nice, Alanya From Stavanger: Alanya

SAS summer news 2019 Denmark
From Copenhagen: Szczecin, Florence, Marseille, Catania, Cornwall Newquay. From Aarhus: Rome, Faro