Starting in fall 2016, Miami will have new daily nonstop service on Scandinavian Airlines. Flights will be split between Copenhagen and Oslo.
This will be the first scheduled service from MIA to Scandinavia. Flights from Fort Lauderdale to both of those cities began last year on Norwegian Air Shuttle.
SAS expands with new direct routes to USA
SAS is expanding and opening new direct routes to USA in 2016. The new routes being launched are Miami from Oslo and Miami from Copenhagen.
SAS is investing in the future and strengthening its offer to Scandinavia’s frequent flyers. In line with already published plans to expand its long haul fleet, SAS is today announcing new direct routes; Miami from Oslo and Miami from Copenhagen.
“We know that our frequent flyers want flexible travel with a good timetable and daily departures. These new direct routes together with the renewal of our long haul fleet and our broad network, mean we have far and away the strongest offer between Scandinavia and the USA. We are looking forward to offering our customers new travel opportunities and giving them a warm welcome onboard our aircraft,” says Rickard Gustafson, President and CEO of SAS.
Miami is an attractive destination for Scandinavian travelers, especially in the winter months. Miami is also a large hub for traffic to Caribbean and Latin America. Furthermore Miami is also the number one cruise liner port in the world and an important trade center. The first flights to Miami are expected to lift off in fall 2016 and the Miami route will have a daily departure from Scandinavia.
Timetable Copenhagen – Miami
Departures Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Copenhagen (SK953) 09.30 arriving in Miami 13.50.
Departures Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Miami (SK954) 15.50 arriving in Copenhagen 07.10.
Timetable Oslo – Miami
Departures Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Oslo(SK955) 09.35 arriving in Miami 13.50.
Departures Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Miami (SK956) 15.50 arriving in Oslo 07.05.
Tickets to Miami will be available later this fall.