SAS launches leisure routes from Norway and Denmark
SAS is the latest carrier to serve Gazipasa in Turkey, which serves the tourist resorts in and around Alanya. The route from Norway’s capital Oslo is operated twice-weekly until the end of November.
- 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.
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