Mon, 20 August 2018

SAS to Increase Flights Between Copenhagen and Boston, U.S.A.

SAS has confirmed plans to increase flights between Copenhagen and Boston, USA.

Starting with the 2019 summer programme, SAS will operate the route daily, up from four departures per week.

SAS Airbus A320neo. Click to enlarge.

“Boston is a popular destination in the summer, and we are therefore delighted to be able to offer daily flights from Copenhagen. The timetable is really good and offers our customers in Sweden and Norway the opportunity to fly via Kastrup,” said Karl Sandlund, EVP Commercial, SAS.

Following a short break in the winter program, the route will re-open on 31 March 2019 with four weekly departures, and then daily between 6 May and 27 September 2019.

“Many of our customers have discovered Boston, and Boston is no longer purely a destination for our business customers. Our leisure travelers are enthusiastic to experience the numerous culinary delights there together with the local culture of the American East Coast,” Sandlund added.

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