Flights between Birmingham and Copenhagen with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will increase in frequency from March 2016.
An additional four weekly services to the Danish capital will take the total flights from Birmingham Airport from 12 to 16 per week.
An SAS CRJ900 Aircraft
The flights will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays departing from Copenhagen at 2000 and arriving into Birmingham at 2100. The Birmingham departure is scheduled for 2140, arriving into Copenhagen at 0030.
This offers more flexibility, particularly to business travellers, who will be able to fly out to Copenhagen and return on the same day.
SAS operates a CRJ900 aircraft on the routes with 88 business and economy seats, to book visit www.flysas.co.uk.
William Pearson, Birmingham Airport’s Aviation Development Director, said: “SAS is a long standing and valued customer of Birmingham Airport so we are very pleased to see these extra flights on sale, giving our passengers greater flexibility and alternatives when travelling to Copenhagen.”
Hans Dyhrfort, SAS Regional General Manager Western Europe, comments: “Strong traffic between Birmingham and Copenhagen has allowed us to increase frequency, with UK passengers travelling to both Copenhagen, or conveniently connecting to the rest of Scandinavia and Europe. The choice of either SAS Go or SAS Plus provides both great value and flexibility when needed, and we look forward to welcoming both new and returning passengers on board SAS”.