SAS and Norwegian are waiting for travel advice – haven’t canceled Spain flights yet

SAS plane landing hydraulicA SAS flight at a normal landing.

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Spain is in danger of becoming a ‘red’ zone, which can affect flights and in the worst case become costly for the airlines.

“We continue to fly,” says SAS to Dagens Næringsliv.

While Press Manager John Eckhoff at SAS confirms that they will maintain the flight program in the coming days and weeks, Norwegian are considering their options.

Norwegian would not tell Dagens Næringsliv on Wednesday if there will be cancellations of flights with Spain in the ‘red’ zone, but are keeping the possibility open.

“It is too early to say whether this will have consequences for traffic. It is not certain that change to the ‘red’ sector means changes, if we notice that there is still interest in flying between the two countries,” says Communications Manager Charlotte Holmbergh Jacobsson at Norwegian.

The National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has warned that Spain may end up in the ‘red’ zone. Travelers from Spain will then have to be quarantined if the travel advice is changed on Friday. The new assessment is due to increased corona infection in parts of Spain in recent days.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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