SAS increases their capacity to 40 aircraft in July

SAS plane landing hydraulicA SAS flight at a normal landing.

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SAS increases its capacity by ten aircraft in July, but this is still only 30 per cent compared to the same month last year.

The company increases crafts from 30 in June to 40 in July. At the same time, the airline confirmed on Tuesday that they will fly to several holiday destinations in Spain, as well as to France, Greece and Croatia from Gardermoen in July.

SAS Press Manager John Eckhoff does not rule out that they can add new schedules to several travel destinations during the summer from all three Scandinavian countries.

– As restrictions and entry rules ease in different countries, we see an increase in demand for travel, says Eckhoff.

Norwegian also reopens route
It is rom Kastrup in Copenhagen, that SAS will have the most activity, with flights to three destinations in the USA, as well as to as many as 18 countries in Europe.

From Arlanda in Stockholm, the number of destinations is fewer, but SAS flies to several resorts in Greece, Italy and Spain.

Norwegian also announced on Tuesday that they will reopen their busiest domestic route in Denmark between Aalborg and Copenhagen from 1 July.

Changed travel advice
On Friday, the government changed the travel advice. Norwegians can now travel on holiday to all countries in the Nordic countries, but in Sweden, Gotland is the only area that has been opened.

On Sunday, NRK could announce that several travel insurance policies also apply even if you defy the Foreign Travel Council advice.

– We cannot judge others. If you are in Germany and your camera or mobile phone is stolen from you , why shouldn’t we help, says Bjarne Aani Rysstad, communications manager at Gjensidige.

The insurance companies Eika, Fremtind, Frende and Gjensidige all confirmed that their travel insurance will still apply, but not in Coronary-related cases.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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