SAS Scandinavian Airlines will add two flights to Bangkok this weekend to get the last remaining stranded customers home. SAS will operate the flights with one additional aircraft to its long-haul fleet. Approximately 350 customers are still stranded in Bangkok due to the closure of European air spaces. SAS has already flown home hundreds of customers who were previously stranded in Bangkok.
23 APRIL 2010
SK6974 will today depart. This is an additional flight to SAS’ flight schedule.
24 APRIL 2010
SK6975 will depart Copenhagen early tomorrow, April 24. This is an additional flight to SAS’ flight schedule and exact departure time is not yet scheduled, please visit our websites for updated information.
SK972 will depart Bangkok with delayed departure time, please check website for updated information.
SK973 will depart Copenhagen, please check website for updated information.
25 APRIL 2010
SK972 will depart Bangkok, please check website for updated information.
SAS will operate one additional Bangkok-Copenhagen flight on Sunday, 25 April. Exact departure time is not yet scheduled, please visit our websites for updated information.
It is possible to purchase seats on all flights to Bangkok, but not on Bangkok-Copenhagen flights as these are solely open for stranded customers. For details on when the flights will operate and to book seats, please visit
www.flysas.com, www.sas.dk, www.sas.no or www.sas.se, which are updated continuously.
SAS has operated its long-haul flights more or less to full schedule as of Monday and has thereby managed to bring home thousands of stranded customers from Asia and the US.