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Current news and updates
As part of SAS' summer traffic program 2024, a ninth destination will be added to the North American network. On 17 June SAS will start connecting customers with daily nonstop service to Atlanta from Copenhagen.
With almost 94 million passengers passing through in 2022, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest and most efficient airport.
Through an agreement with Delta Air Lines, passengers can continue their journey on other Delta-served destinations out of Atlanta reaching nearly 120 destinations across the Southern USA, Caribbean, and Latin America.
SK929 Copenhagen-Atlanta 13:10-17:10 Daily
SK930 Atlanta-Copenhagen 19:00-10:20 (+1) Daily
Summary of SAS destinations in North America in the upcoming summer traffic program
New York (EWR & JFK)
Washington D.C. (IAD)
Los Angeles (LAX)
San Francisco (SFO)
Miami (MIA) until 07 April
SAS customers can look forward to nine new European destinations this summer. From Copenhagen there will be direct flights to Ibiza, Salzburg, Genoa, Tromsø and the Dalaman/Turquoise coast in Turkey.
From Bergen SAS will start flights to London and from Oslo to Geneva, Milan and Tivat at the coast of Montenegro.
More information about our summer traffic program 2024 available in SAS pressrelease.
To accommodate the rising demand for travel to the US and Asia, SAS is expanding its flight offerings and increasing capacity in the summer traffic program commencing on 31 March 2024.
The Copenhagen-New York (JFK) route will increase in frequency with up to two daily flights, both with Airbus A321LR. These additional flights will complement the existing daily Airbus A330 flights to New York-Newark Airport originating from each of the Scandinavian capitals.
The flights from Copenhagen to Boston will increase in frequency going from six times a week to daily service. The aircraft used for these flights will be the Airbus A350, which means there will be twice as many seats available. This enhancement not only ensures daily connectivity but also facilitates increased cargo transport between the two regions.
A fourth weekly flight will be added from Copenhagen to Toronto. There will be a new departure time from Copenhagen, making it easier to connect with flights to and from European and Scandinavian cities.
From 25 April 2024, there will be more flights to Asia. The routes to both Shanghai and Tokyo will increase from three to four times a week, significantly boosting seat and cargo capacity.
SAS will fly to Agadir from both Copenhagen and Stockholm during the winter season until end of March 2024, offering a convenient timetable with daytime departure and arrival.
Copenhagen - Agadir - Copenhagen
Flight no and Schedule
Day of operation
SK2503 CPH-AGA 08:35 - 12:20
SK2504 AGA-CPH 13:10 - 18:55
Stockholm - Agadir - Stockholm
Flight no and Schedule
Day of operation
SK2505 ARN-AGA 08:15 - 13:30
SK2506 AGA-ARN 14:30 - 19:45
SAS is launching a new seasonal route between Copenhagen and Bangkok
SAS is continuing to strengthen its offer and to accommodate an increased demand for leisure travel, SAS will now open a new route to Bangkok, Thailand.
Following this route expansion travelers will be able to fly direct to Bangkok three times weekly with convenient overnight flights in both directions using the Airbus A350 aircraft.
First flight CPH-BKK 30 October 2023
First flight BKK-CPH 31 October 2023
Due to increased demand during the Easter travel period, SAS is extending the Bangkok route with a weekly service until 20 April 2024.
Flight no and Schedule
Day of operation
SK973 Copenhagen - Bangkok
D1, 3, 5 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 23:30-17:05 (+1) Lt
SK974 Bangkok - Copenhagen
D2, 4, 6 (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) 23:45-06:35 (+1) Lt
Current travel alerts
As a part of the work to improve punctuality, SAS is making a change to the check-in deadline for short haul flights.
With effective date 25 January 2024, SAS is changing the check-in deadline time to 40 minutes before estimated time of departure.
The change is valid for all SAS short haul flights on Domestic, Intrascandinavia and Europe.
The change applies for all channels where check-in functionality is available.
Please note that most destinations from line stations in Europe (outside Scandinavia) already have a check-in deadline 40 minutes before estimated time of departure.
Due to the political situation in the Middle East, SAS offers voluntary rebooking on flights to/from Beirut.
Passengers holding a SAS ticket with SAS operated flights not yet canceled to/from Beirut (BEY) 15 January - 31 March 2024 have the possibility to rebook your ticket without change fee but must pay the fare difference if any, to new SAS flight:
Rebooking to be made on SAS flights, with the same departure and destination.
New travel dates must be 1 April 2024 - 31 October 2024
Original ticket must be purchased on/before: 2 November 2023
If one flight of the booking is within the departure date window, the whole journey can be rebooked.
The flight that is within the departure date window has to be rebooked if the remaining journey is to be available for free rebooking as well.
SAS Customer Service or Travel agent must be contacted for rebooking if:
Travel with a pet
Travel as an unaccompanied minor
Special meal is ordered
Transportation of a wheelchair is requested and - or special assistance is requested
Travel with a group ticket
If you have made your reservation via a Travel Agency, please contact them directly.
SAS will not reimburse travelers for costs such as, but not limited to, accommodations, meals or surface or air transport related for voluntary rebooking.
Due to the current situation in the region SAS has decided to pause all flights to Ukraine and Ukraine airspace until further notice.
As a consequence of the closure of Russian airspace, we are also making changes to routings for our flights to China resulting in longer flight times of approx. 2 hours.
The safety of passengers and employees always comes first for SAS. We are monitoring the situation closely and will update new information on this page when available.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you and do our best to minimize the effects to you.
SAS and certain of its subsidiaries have voluntarily filed for chapter 11, a legal process for financial restructuring in the U.S. that will enable us to accelerate the implementation of key elements of our transformation plan, SAS FORWARD.
Our operations will continue as usual during this process and it will have no impact on our customers.
Please visit https://sasgroup.net/transformation for more information.
In connection with the new investments and ownership structure, SAS intend to eventually join the airline alliance SkyTeam, at which time we will exit Star Alliance.
While we are proud to have been a founding member of Star Alliance, we are confident that joining SkyTeam will further strengthen our customer offering. Importantly, nothing is changing as of now.
We still need to obtain regulatory approvals and meet certain conditions to complete the investment transaction and change alliance.
Here’s what that means for our airline and for you as a EuroBonus member:
You can continue to book flights with us as usual. We look forward to continue welcoming passengers in Scandinavia today, and well into the future as we move forward as an even stronger airline.
Until we complete the transaction, we remain part of Star Alliance. You as a EuroBonus member will continue to enjoy your usual benefits when flying on our partner airlines, and you will be able to accrue and redeem points on Star Alliance partners - just like today. Award bookings with our partners remain valid.
As a EuroBonus member, you can continue to accrue and redeem points on SAS and on non-air partners.
Your status and benefits as a EuroBonus member when you fly with SAS will not be impacted.
We will keep you informed about what to expect over the coming months and will provide updates on the EuroBonus website under latest news.
More details regarding new investments and ownership structure available in
SAS press release.
It is your responsibility to inform yourself about, and fulfill the latest Entry Requirements due to COVID-19 for your destination, return trip and any possible transit countries.
If you need more detailed information, contact your local authorities or the respective country's embassy.
Due to government mandates and restrictions, entry requirements can change at any time and with very little notice. Keep yourself up to date close to your departure.
Please be aware that if you fail to comply with all the entry requirements for your trip you may be denied boarding or refused entry to your destination. All costs connected to this will be covered by the passenger.