SAS Cargo resumes flights to China

SAS Cargo has resumed freighter operations in China following the suspension of flights at the onset of the pandemic.

Yesterday, the carrier operated an Airbus A350 flight from Denmark to China carrying fresh fish, king crabs, machinery parts, laboratory equipment and general cargo.

“We continue to expand our network and reopen more routes. Yesterday we began flying between Copenhagen and Shanghai again, marking our return to Asia,” the carrier said in a statement.

SAS Cargo is currently flying to 75 destinations and operates up to 380 flights a day. Click here for its full flight schedule.

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