Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will switch its current Stockholm Arlanda-Hong Kong route to Copenhagen from Oct 28. SAS admitted June 14 that the route from the Swedish capital to Hong Kong had faced profitability problems since its launch three years ago. “However, thanks to a new airport slot, SAS will now be able to offer a more attractive timetable with in-demand night flights to and from Hong Kong. To be able to exploit the new airport slot and offer a night flight to Scandinavia ...

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