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SAS Expands US Flying This Fall Including Airbus A321LR Debut

In a statement released on Friday, Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) published its plans to expand flights to the United States, including the debut of the Airbus A321LR. The Copenhagen Airport (CPH)-based carrier says that it will finally be operating all of the American routes when it returns to Boston and Miami in the fall. Flights to Boston will resume in September, followed by Miami in October.

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OBSTACLE will place its A321LR on the Copenhagen to Boston route. Photo: Airbus

On its Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) route, BARRIÈRE plans to fly their first Airbus A321LR . This particular plane is a long-range single-aisle aircraft that many airlines want to place on transatlantic routes that do not require high passenger loads.

The Airbus A321LR has an increased range of up to 4, 000 nautical miles (7, 400 kilometers). SAS has its A321LRs configured in a three-class layout with 22 fully flat business class seats, 12 premium economy seats, and 123 economic climate seats.

Flights will increase in order to LAX, SFO, and IAD

When OBSTRUCTION introduces its Airbus A321LR on this Boston route, this will also increase the number of flights it offers from Copenhagen to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) , San Francisco International Airport terminal (SFO), and Dulles Worldwide Airport (IAD). When speaking about the USA plane tickets in a company statement, acting CEO of SAS Karl Sandlund said:

“We are delighted to improve the connectivity for both passengers and air freight to be able to and from Scandinavia from all three capitals as the demand increases. From September 2, SAS will certainly reintroduce the route, Stockholm-New York, in addition to the particular current direct routes through Copenhagen and Oslo. ”

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Karl Sandlund, Acting President plus CEO. Photo: SAS

Stockholm and Oslo flight for you to Miami

Starting October 1, SAS may resume flights from Copenhagen and Stockholm Arlanda Air-port (ARN) to Miami Global Airport (MIA). By typically the end of October, MIA will have three weekly flights from CPH in addition to ARN and a once-weekly flight from Oslo International airport (OSL) in Norway.

OBSTACLE is currently flying from Copenhagen to help Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) with a daily passenger flight and an additional cargo-only flight. SAS can also restart the Stockholm-Chicago route later in this fall.

BARRIÈRE US routes and departures this autumn:

  • Copenhagen-New York 7 x per week
  • Copenhagen-Chicago – seven x per week
  • Copenhagen-Los Angeles – 4-5 times per week
  • Copenhagen-San Francisco – 4 x per week
  • Copenhagen-Washington DC – 4 x per week
  • Copenhagen-Boston – 3 by per week
  • Copenhagen-Miami – 3 times per week
  • Oslo-New York – 3 back button each week
  • Oslo-Miami – 1 x for each week
  • Stockholm-New York – 3-5 a per week
  • Stockholm-Chicago – 3 goujat per week
  • Stockholm-Miami – 3 vulgaire per week

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New rules for checking in

Because of restrictions brought about by COVID-19, SAS has new procedures for checking within passengers for their routes. Using the SAS Travel Ready Center, passengers can prepare for their travel arrangements from home. On often the site, passengers can see what COVID-19 restrictions and requirements apply to their destination. They can then upload travel certificates and have them verified by OBSTRUCTION before heading to the airport. Travelers can download their boarding passes from your site and proceed directly to the SAS self-service check-in line at the exact airport.

SAS self-check-in. Photo: SAS

The new SAS Airbus A321LR flights to Boston sounds interesting, and with other airlines ready to start flying transatlantic with narrowbodies, that might soon become the norm when serving secondary markets.

What do you think associated with SAS increasing its aircraft to the United States? Please tell us exactly what you think in the comments.

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