SAS Norge is to start flights to Warsaw in mid-May, the third Polish destination added by the airline this year following new routes to Karkow and Gdansk which begin in March.
The new route will be operated using a Boeing 737 aircraft and tickets sales will commence from 25 February.
”We want to contribute to increased competition to Warsaw and can offer business and leisure travellers an attractive departure in the morning,” said SAS Norge vice president communications and public affairs, Thomas Midteide.
Warsaw is Poland”s largest city, with a population of nearly three million.
Midteide added, ”We can see distinct growth in the business traffic to Poland and will have three classes on board to Warsaw to satisfy all passengers” needs for flexibility and comfort.”
Economy extra and business class offer corporate travellers more leg room, more flexibility and free meals on board. Passengers in these classes can also use SAS Fast Track at Gardermoen for quicker security checks and to check-in more baggage. Business passengers also have access to the lounge at Gardermoen.
Economy class provides ”generous” leg room, free choice of seat, and free baggage check-in, and Eurobonus points.