November 02 2012
Great news for passengers looking to fly between Oslo and Dublin next year, as Scandinavia’s SAS has announced that it is increasing capacity on its its Dublin-Oslo service by 50% for the summer months.
The service will go from four flights per week to six for the summer season in 2013. Alan Sparling (above), Country Manager for SAS Ireland, said the increased frequency was “based on the specific demand we see for increased leisure travel between Ireland and Norway.”
“SAS will continue to look for further growth opportunities between Ireland and Scandinavia,” he added.
Last year SAS increased capacity on its Dublin-Stockholm route by 9% and upped capacity on its Dublin-Copenhagen route by 5%.
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