Copenhagen to Boston flights will operate daily, up from six times a week during summertime. In addition, a fourth weekly flight will be added from Copenhagen to Toronto.
As part of SAS’ summer program 2024, a ninth destination will be added to the North American network. On June 17th SAS will start connecting customers with daily nonstop service to Atlanta from Copenhagen.
SAS is not only introducing a new destination but also increasing frequencies to the US this summer. The Copenhagen – New York (JFK) route will have up to two daily flights, complementing the existing daily flights to New York-Newark Airport from Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen.
With almost 94 million passengers passing through in 2022, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest and most efficient airport.
“Through an agreement with Delta Air Lines, passengers can continue their journey on other Delta-served destinations out of Atlanta. This development means an expanded offering for SAS passengers, who can look forward to reaching several new and exciting destinations across the Southern USA, Caribbean, and Latin America, all conveniently accessible from Atlanta,” says SAS President & CEO, Anko van der Werff.
Flight schedule CPH-ATL:
Schedule in summer program: daily with Airbus A330
17:10 10:20 (+1)
Schedule in winter program: 5 weekly with Airbus A350 (Mon, Wed, Frid, Sat, Sun)
17:00 10:20 (+1)
SAS also signed a codeshare agreement with EL AL Israel Airlines in early June 2023 effective in February. Furthermore, SAS entered a codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways in October. Through codeshare agreements, passengers will experience improved connectivity, gaining access to an array of destinations. SAS currently has 18 codeshare agreements with different carriers globally.
A summary of SAS destinations in North America in the upcoming summer program:
New York (EWR & JFK)
Washington D.C. (IAD)
Los Angeles (LAX)
San Francisco (SFO)
Miami (MIA) until 07 April
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