SAS to Expand Service to Poland

Scandinavian Airlines will open another direct route on October 29 between Copenhagen and the Polish city of Lodz, bringing the airline's service between Scandinavia and Poland to more than 70 weekly direct flights.

SAS will be the first network carrier to operate flights to Lodz, Poland’s third-biggest city with a population of 1.2 million in the greater area.

The new route, SK773/SK774, will operate daily except Saturdays with a CRJ200, with 50 seats across Business, Economy Extra and Economy classes. SK773 will depart Copenhagen at 12:20 p.m., arriving in Lodz at 1:35 p.m., while SK774 will depart Lodz at 2:15 p.m. and arrive in Copenhagen at 3:30 p.m. The flights will provide connections in both directions to and from all of Scandinavia, the Baltic and European destinations.

SAS will offer eight routes between Scandinavia and Poland as of October 29: Stockholm-Gdansk, Oslo-Gdansk, Copenhagen-Gdansk, Copenhagen-Lodz, Copenhagen-Katowice, Copenhagen-Poznan, Copenhagen-Warsaw and Copenhagen-Wroclaw.

SAS operates non-stop service from New York (Newark) to Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm; from Chicago to Copenhagen and Stockholm; and from Washington, D.C. to Copenhagen. From its hubs at Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm, SAS serves cities throughout Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and the rest of Europe.

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