SAS opens new Boston route

SAS financeSAS plane in the air. Photo: SAS

SAS will be opening its ninth direct route to the USA, taking the number of flights operated by the company each year between Scandinavia and the USA to 6,800, carrying some 1.6 million passengers. This new development further strengthens SAS’s position as the airline with the most robust offering from Scandinavia to North America.

As part of a major expansion of its long haul routes, SAS announcing the launch of a year-round service from Copenhagen to Boston with daily departures. SAS is the first airline to fly direct to Boston from Scandinavia.

The company recently cut the ribbon on a new route from Stockholm to Los Angeles, and will start flying to Miami in September. SAS already operates services between Scandinavia and New York, Washington DC, Chicago and San Francisco.

In this way, SAS will continue to strengthen its offering to frequent flyers travelling between the USA and Scandinavia. During 2016, SAS is set to operate around 500 flights between Boston and Copenhagen alone, bringing the company’s total number of flights between Scandinavia and the USA to 6,800 or 1.6 million seats.

“We are the airline with the most robust offering for people looking to travel between Scandinavia and the USA. Our North American long-haul route expansion underlines this fact. Copenhagen-Boston is our ninth route, which, together with the new routes from Copenhagen and Oslo to Miami, will bring us to 11 USA services by September. Our focus is on making life simpler for frequent flyers, a group of people who are increasingly demanding direct and flexible options for travel to the USA,” says SAS Group CEO Rickard Gustafson.

Timetable – Copenhagen-Boston
From Copenhagen: Daily departure on SK927 at 12.50 pm, arriving in Boston at 3.20 pm
From Boston: Daily departure on SK928 at 5.30 pm, arriving the following day at 7.00 am


Source: / Norway Today