Wed, 30 March 2016

SAS / PrivatAir Launches Copenhagen - Boston Flights

SAS has launched its ninth direct route to the USA, with a year-round daily service between Copenhagen and Boston.

The route will be operated by PrivatAir using an SAS livery plane. Initially a Boeing 737-800 with 92 seats will operate the route. However, after a short while a Boeing 737-700 will be used, with space for 86 passengers, 20 of which will be Business class whilst 66 will be Go class seats.

From Copenhagen, SK927 is scheduled to depart daily at 12:50 arriving in Boston at 15:20.

From Boston, SK928 departs at 17:30 to arrive the following day at 07:00 in Copenhagen.

We are the airline with the most robust offering for people looking to travel between Scandinavia and the USA, said SAS Group CEO, Rickard Gustafson. 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.

The airline also 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.

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