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Scandinavian Airlines to launch Newquay – Copenhagen summer route

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is launching direct flights from Newquay to Copenhagen later this month.  

The airline will operate flights twice per week in each direction on a Monday and Friday between June 21 - August 19.

Flights will operate on a 90-seat regional jet, with tickets starting from £82 each way, or from £153 return, including all taxes and charges.  

The new route brings Denmark’s capital within under a two-hour flight from Cornwall and additionally offers travellers connections across the SAS network to over 125 worldwide destinations including Beijing, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok. 

Flights from Newquay will operate on Monday and Fridays in each direction. They will depart Newquay at 19.05, arriving into Copenhagen at 22.10, and return from Copenhagen at 17.00, arriving into Newquay at 18.25.

Niko Ek, general manager for SAS Europe, said: “We delighted to launch this brand new route for summer 2019, both to offer residents of SW England an exciting new direct destination to explore, and to bring Scandinavian tourists into such a beautiful region of England.  We look forward to welcoming travellers on board our new flight”.

Al Titterington, managing director at Cornwall Airport Newquay, commented: “It’s fantastic to welcome new airline partner SAS to Cornwall Airport Newquay as they begin operations this summer with a route to Copenhagen. The new route opens up direct access to Cornwall for visitors from Scandinavia as well as providing an exciting new city break option from Cornwall, enhancing the options for travel to and from Cornwall for locals and visitors alike.”

Please visit www.flysas.co.uk to find out more.

 


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