Scandinavian Airlines, also known as SAS, national air carrier of Denmark, Norway and Sweden will soon start flying on two international routes to Croatia.
SAS is regular guest in croatian airports during the summer season, so it is not strange that two routes will be re-introduced to Croatia now, during the June, after the peak of COVID-19 pandemic.
The company announced timetable for June, while timetable for July is not yet finalized.
From June 20th the airline will start with operations on Copenhagen - Split route, 2 times per week (Wed and Sat) with A320neo aircraft.
From the same date the Oslo - Split route will be re-introduced too, but just once per week, each saturday, with the same aircraft type (A320neo) which has a capacity of 174 passengers
During the summer season, SAS is flying from many destinations in Scandinavia to Pula, Zadar, Split, and Dubrovnik. However, only those two routes are announced for restart.