SAS W15 Europe Service Changes

SAS on Tuesday 02JUN15 adjusted European operations for winter 2015/16 season, effective 25OCT15. Planned service changes, reflected in the reservation system and timetable listing, as follow.

New Route:
eff 26OCT15 Gothenburg – London Stansted 12 weekly 737-600 service. This will replace existing Gothenburg – London Heathrow route
SK2567 GOT0700 – 0750STN 736 x67
SK2567 GOT0725 – 0815STN 736 6
SK2569 GOT1750 – 1840STN 736 x6

SK2568 STN0830 – 1115GOT 736 x67
SK2568 STN0855 – 1140GOT 736 6
SK2570 STN1920 – 2205GOT 736 x6

eff 29OCT15 Oslo – Vilnius 4 weekly 737-700 service
eff 05FEB16 Stockholm – Munich 3 weekly Boeing 737-600/-700 service

Frequency Increase:
Copenhagen – Manchester Increase from 13 to 18 weekly
Stockholm – Manchester Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
Stockholm – Prague Increase from 4 to 5 weekly

Following summer-only service will be operating on year-round basis:
Stockholm – Alicante
Stockholm – Malaga
Stockholm – Palma Mallorca


ASM 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY TRAINING EVENT – LONDON 4-5 DECEMBER

ASM PurpleASM is hosting a special training event in December to mark its 25th anniversary in route development. The two-day event will play host to an impressive line-up of senior airline, airport and Industry speakers around the theme of 'If route development was perfect, what would it look like?'. 

Speakers include:

  • Gabriel Schmilovich Isgut, director network strategy, Vueling
  • Leon Verhallen, head of aviation development, Brussels Airport 
  • Laurie Berryman, former meneral manager UK and Ireland, Emirates.

Delegates will have the opportunity to network, socialise and discuss their opportunities with the respective speakers throughout the event.

Places are limited so please click on the following link to find out more details and book your place on what promises to be a fantastic conversation.

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