SAS plans to fly six times a week

SAS plans to fly six times a week

Scandinavian airline SAS announced on June 14 that it intends to start direct flights between Copenhagen and Keflavík. Isavia’s spokesman confirmed that the airline unveiled its plans for an Icelandic airport yesterday.

Initially, there will be flights between the airports three times a week, but from June 27 the number of flights will be there
increased to six a week. Keflavík Airport informs that landings in Iceland will usually take place at 9.45am and they will start again for Copenhagen at 10.30.

The Finnish airline Finnair has also announced its willingness to offer flights this summer, although Isavia has not yet received any specific information on this.

Source: Yle




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