Seven international SAS routes are reopened

SASSAS,Photo: Gorm Kallestad / NTB scanpix
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The airline SAS is reopening seven international routes from Norway to major cities in Europe as demand increases.

The company reopens routes between Scandinavia and several European major cities, such as Edinburgh, Dublin, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Zurich.

In addition, SAS flights to London and Manchester will start as a result of easing of restrictions between Norway and England, a SAS press release said on Monday afternoon.

Last week, it became clear that Norway is on the list of about 60 countries and territories that will be exempt from quarantine upon entry into England from 10 July.

By this date, the Government must present which countries, in addition to the Nordic countries with the exception of Sweden, will be exempted from the quarantine duty when entering Norway.

SAS states that further routes will be reopened continuously as demand returns.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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1 Comment on "Seven international SAS routes are reopened"

  1. Alan Waterworth | 7. July 2020 at 12:16 | Reply

    This is clearly BS.. SAS reopened routes last week to Manchester from 13th July, so I booked flights as I need to get back to visit my family, as my father is dying. The booking went through ok and booked flex tickets for the return should I have to stay longer.. booked accommodation, everything.
    Then yesterday lunchtime, I got an Email and sms from SAS saying the outbound flight from Oslo-Manchester was cancelled. No explanation why, no rebook option, just an offer of a voucher or refund. But they haven´t cancelled the return trip. SO if I cancel that, they can technically say that the flight was going and that was my choice. And keep part of the refund.
    This is clearly just scamming people into booking flights that don´t exist or are being pulled because of lack of passengers to make extra revenue.
    I no longer feel I can trust SAS

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