SAS to add six new destinations next summer

SAS is to add six new passenger destinations to its network out of Scandinavia in its Summer 2019 schedule.
 Catania and Florence in Italy, Marseille in France, Cornwall Newquay in the UK, Szczecin in Poland and Antalya in Turkey will be added.
A total of 17 new direct routes will be created. Services from Stockholm Arlanda will link to Catania Marseille, Naples and Reykjavik, for example, while Sweden’s Gothenburg Landvetter will gain a direct flight to Faro in Portugal.
Copenhagen will have direct links to Catania, Florence, Marseille, Cornwall Newquay and Szczecin.
Also from Denmark, SAS will operate direct flights from Aarhus to Rome and Faro.
Finally, out of Norway, the carrier will fly direct from Oslo to Faro and Antalya, from Bergen to Nice and Alanya (in Turkey), and from Stavanger to Alanya.

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