SAS announces increase in flights to Split Airport
- by croatiaweek
- in Travel
ZAGREB, 22 June 2020 – Scandinavian Airlines, known as SAS, has announced its July flight schedule, which features a significant increase in the number of weekly flights to Split on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, Croatian Aviation reports.
SAS resumed flights in June to Split from Copenhagen and Oslo with one flight per week from Oslo and two from Copenhagen in a reduced schedule.
The airline decided to increase the number of weekly flights and add one more route, from Stockholm to Split. SAS will connect Scandinavia with Split as follows:
- Copenhagen – Split – from June 29th, daily (increasing from twice weekly currently)
- Oslo – Split – from June 29th, 6 times per week, except Thursday (up from once per week)
SAS will also add the Stockholm – Split service from July 1st, with daily flights.
“On routes from Copenhagen and Oslo, the airline will use A320neo aircraft, while from Stockholm SAS will use B737-800 aircraft. A320neo has a capacity of 174 passengers, while B737-800 aircraft has a capacity of 181 passengers,” Croatian Aviation writes.