SAS resumes flights to China

SAS airbus 350

writer icon Peter Karlsson     SAS   |   Business     🕐 29. Sep. 2020

From today and onward it will once again be possible to fly direct from Scandinavia to China with SAS.

There have been no direct flights since 31 January, but SAS has now obtained approval from the Chinese authorities and is reopening the route from Copenhagen to Shanghai with a weekly frequency.

The reopening of the route is vital for trade. With the reopening of the route, SAS is aiming to meet demands from business travellers and air freight services between Scandinavia and China.

At the end of October 2020, SAS is also planning to resume flights to Beijing provided that SAS obtains the necessary approval from the authorities.

SAS will operate the Shanghai route using the new Airbus 350. The aircraft has much lower fuel consumption and up to 30 percent lower CO2 emissions than previous comparable aircraft.

SAS is currently flying to 75 destinations and operates up to 380 flights a day. SAS is monitoring market developments on a weekly basis and is ready to step up its services when travel restrictions are eased and demand for travel increases again.

As there is still uncertainty regarding restrictions and there are changes in travel advice, SAS offers travellers the option to change a planned journey/ticket for a SAS Travel Voucher, up to 16 days prior to departure, for all international travel, until January 15, 2021.

SAS urges all customers to keep themselves informed of current advice and recommendations from local authorities.

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