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SAS launching twice weekly flights to Stockholm from Birmingham Airport

Posted 23 October 2017 · Add Comment

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced it will launch twice weekly flights to Stockholm from Birmingham Airport commencing on 30th March 2018.

This currently unserved route will operate on Fridays and Sundays. Friday’s flights will arrive into Birmingham at 0800 and depart for Stockholm at 0840 and Sunday’s will arrive at 0935 and depart for Stockholm at 1015.

The SAS route will be served by B737 aircraft with a 120 seat capacity.

William Pearson, Birmingham Airport’s Aviation Director, said: “SAS is a long standing airline at Birmingham Airport and it’s great to see an expansion of its services to include a new route of Stockholm added to its existing route of Copenhagen.

“The Swedish capital offers something for everyone as a vibrant and cultural Nordic hub with beautiful architecture. The city stretches across fourteen islands meaning there is stunning scenery. It also offers great nightlife and restaurants and local warmth and hospitality.”

Niko Ek, Regional Sales Manager, Scandinavian Airlines commented: “We are glad to soon be starting our new route from Birmingham, where we have seen a growing demand from our passengers, both traveling for pleasure and business.”


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