SAS Scandinavian Airlines will close its Stavanger-Houston, aka oil route, on Oct. 23 due to decreased demand and passenger loads resulting from reduced activity in the oil industry. “The oil route came out of creative and constructive product development between SAS and our core clients in the oil industry; however, we have had to accept that the downturn in the industry unfortunately is also impacting us. Hence our decision to switch the aircraft to Copenhagen-New York Newark, where ...

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