Rendered image of bottom of SAS aircraft during flight through cloudy skies. 'SCANDIANVIAN' is visible.
| © SAS AB

Scandinavian air carrier SAS has released its schedule for the upcoming winter period and it’s seeing new, returning, and increased routes. Get ready for the winter season, because SAS definitely is!

A close up of rendered SAS aircraft sitting on runway.
The 2023 SAS Winter schedule has been released, which includes new routes to Tenerife | © SAS AB

Jet Off With SAS This Winter

Whether you prefer perfectly white mountains for your ski holiday or a warm getaway this winter, SAS’ newest schedule caters to all. Operating two new routes and increasing the capacity of others, the airline plans to serve over 170 routes to 90 destinations this upcoming season.

Starting in November, SAS will begin flights to two new routes to Tenerife, departing from Gothenburg and Oslo. This service will only be operated on Sundays, as of now – but the existing Stockholm and Copenhagen routes to Gran Canaria and Tenerife will see an increase in capacity, and will operate on both Saturdays and Sundays.

Those who are looking to fly across the Atlantic this winter are in luck as SAS plan to bring back flights to Miami, where visitors can enjoy the sunny state to escape the colder temperatures the season can bring. The airline has seen a gradual increase in demand for US routes, and this season will see those demands met. Over the winter period, SAS is set to offer 130 departures per week to the States across 12 routes including its first winter season operating a Boston-Copenhagen route.

Other returning flights include routes to Sälen/Trysil, Salzburg and Innsbruck.

Skyline view of Copenhagen.
SAS flies from many capitals within Scandinavia, including Copenhagen | © Jakub Hałun

SAS Winter Schedule Includes Increased Flights Within Scandinavia

The Scandinavian air carrier will also be increasing the number of flights operated within the subregion, with 15 daily flights set to be established between the capitals. Norway will see up to 15 daily flights performed on routes to Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim from Oslo; Denmark will have its Copenhagen-Aalborg route flying eight times a day, and Sweden will see an increase in frequency for its Stockholm-Luleå and Stockholm-Gothenburg routes, where it will also operate eight daily flights.

Those looking to travel for business as well as leisure within Europe this season will also be able to board one of several resuming routes, such as SAS’s Stockholm-Amsterdam route which will have three daily flights or the Copenhagen-Berlin route which will also have daily flights.

Wherever it is you plan on journeying to, the SAS winter schedule accommodates those looking for leisure travel, business, or both. Information on the full list of destinations to be served by SAS this winter can be found on the airline’s website here.

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