SAS commenced flights between Bodø in Norway and Alicante on 24 March, with the Spanish airport holding a launch ceremony for the first flight, which included a stylish inauguration cake. The 3,354-kilometre link will operate weekly (Saturdays) facing no direct competition. This is the airline’s only international route from Bodø.
SAS commenced flights between Copenhagen and Genoa on 24 March, with the passengers seen here disembarking the inaugural service at the Italian airport. The carrier will operate the 1,275-kilometre sector weekly using its fleet of CRJ 900s. Genoa is one of three routes launched by SAS from Copenhagen this week.
- SAS strengthened its position as one of the leading airlines between Scandinavia and mainland Europe this week by commencing four new routes between the two regions. The airline now links its Copenhagen (CPH) hub to Genoa (GOA), Lisbon (LIS) and Sarajevo (SJJ). Along with these three services, the carrier also commenced a weekly (Saturdays) route from Bodø (BOO) in Norway to Alicante (ALC). Only the 2,470-kilometre sector between the Danish and Portuguese capitals is expected to face direct competition. Vote for Alicante Airport’s cake in this week’s Cake of the Week Public Vote.
||TAP Portugal (12), Norwegian (2)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 27 March. WF = Weekly frequencies.