ZAGREB, 7 JUNE 2020 – Scandinavian Airlines, known commonly as SAS, will resume flights later this month to Croatia.
The national air carrier of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden has announced its June timetable which sees the resumption of flights to Split on the Dalmatian coast, Croatian Aviation writes.
From June 20, SAS will operate the Copenhagen – Split service twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays with its A320neo aircraft.
Also on June 20, SAS will resume the Oslo – Split flight. This flight from the Norwegian capital will operate once weekly each Saturday. Its A320neo aircraft, which has a capacity of 174 passengers will also be used for this route.
SAS has yet to confirm its July schedule but it is expected that its usual services from many destinations in Scandinavia to Pula, Zadar, Split, and Dubrovnik will also be resumed.