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As part of its ongoing efforts to improve its offerings, SAS will soon launch a new route to Bangkok, Thailand, in order to meet the growing demand for leisure travel. After this route extension, travelers will be able to take the Airbus A350 on convenient overnight flights from and to Bangkok three times per week.

The first departure is scheduled for October 30, 2023, from Copenhagen.

“Friendship and collaboration between Thailand and the Scandinavian nations have a long history, therefore it is a great pleasure to return after nine years on a direct route. The Bangkok route will be a fantastic choice for both business and leisure tourists, providing the ideal entrance point for seeing greater Thailand. With its stunning beaches, verdant jungles, and exceptional Thai cuisine, Thailand has topped multiple lists as the world’s most popular tourist destination, and Bangkok is a thriving hub for international business. We are delighted to once more provide a direct link between Scandinavia and the Land of Smiles, whatever the purpose for travel, says Anko van der Werff, President & CEO of SAS. 

Thailand is well-known for its rich culture and history, in addition to the various chances for outdoor sports like trekking, swimming, and sunbathing that the nation offers. Bangkok and the rest of the country are home to many temples, palaces, and other historic locations.

In addition, SAS will maintain its three-times-weekly services to Shanghai (PVG) and Tokyo Haneda (HND) as part of the Winter 2023/2024 timetable.


Wednesday, Monday, and Friday

Flight No. Arrival STA Departure STD SK973 CPH 23:30 BKK 17:05 (+1)

Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday

Flight No. Arrival STD Departure STA SK974 BKK 23:45 CPH 06:35 (+1)

Bangkok-Copenhagen will be a winter-only service. Keep in mind that official approval is required for the route opening.

With the Airbus A350, SAS will provide customers with a distinctive travel experience on the route to Bangkok. This aircraft uses substantially less fuel and emits up to 30% less CO2 than earlier equivalent aircraft. SAS Business, SAS Plus, and SAS Go are the three travel classes available on the 300-seat Airbus A350.

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