SAS launches leisure routes from Norway and Denmark
SAS Scandinavian Airlines launched three new seasonal routes to the Mediterranean in the last week. On 3 July, the airline connected Norway’s capital Oslo (OSL) with Gazipaşa (GZP) in Turkey, the airport serving the popular tourist resort of Alanya. Flights operate twice-weekly until 28 November. From Trondheim (TRD) in central Norway, SAS launched a weekly operation to Nice (NCE) on the French Riviera on 4 July. Flights, which are scheduled until 8 August – i.e. only six flights in total, compete with Norwegian’s also weekly operations on the route. The same day, SAS took on Norwegian on another route; from Denmark’s capital Copenhagen (CPH) to Dubrovnik (DBV) in the south of the Croatian coast. SAS’ two weekly flights until 19 August compete with Norwegian’s weekly operations.