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Cornwall Airport Newquay (NQY) has introduced a major growth in its S23 schedule with the extremely demanded return of Scandinavian connections. A considerable enhance to the Cornish gateway’s community, the twice-weekly hyperlink to Copenhagen will see the airport welcome the return of SAS’s seasonal service from June 2023. The flag provider of Denmark, Norway and Sweden will utilise its fleet of CRJ900s on the 1,307-km sector, providing shut to 2,500 two-way seats throughout the peak season.
Amy Smith, Head of Commercial, Cornwall Airport Newquay commented: “SAS joined us in 2019 and witnessed exceptional success when the carrier linked us to the Nordic nation for the first time. Resuming the Copenhagen service will not only enhance the variety of destinations we offer our customers once again, but also re-open the Star Alliance network of over 70 onward destinations in Europe, Asia, and North America. We look forward to working with SAS next year and rebuilding the triumph of this route and developing further with our airline partner.”
“SAS may be very completely happy to announce the resumption of the route between Copenhagen and Newquay/Cornwall. We look ahead to bringing extra Scandinavian vacationers to take pleasure in charming Cornwall subsequent summer time. The route additionally provides the residents of Cornwall easy accessibility to uncover Scandinavia in addition to onward connections from Copenhagen,” says Erik Westman, EVP & CCO, Network and Revenue administration, SAS.
The return of Copenhagen to NQY’s route map joins the airport’s rising direct European companies which now embrace Alicante, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Faro, Malaga, and Zurich.
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