Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has unveiled its plans to reconnect with the African continent, marking a significant milestone for the airline. Marking the airline’s first return to the continent in decades.
In a recent press release, the airline announced its return to Africa by introducing flights to Agadir, Morocco, for the upcoming winter season. This strategic move not only signifies SAS’s commitment to expanding its global network but also opens up new opportunities for travelers to explore the captivating city of Agadir.
Enhanced Connectivity for Travelers
SAS’s decision to introduce flights to Agadir signifies an expansion of travel options for passengers. The new route will provide seamless connectivity, allowing travelers from SAS’s extensive network to reach Agadir conveniently. Moreover, it will create additional opportunities for Moroccan travelers to explore the airline’s vast European network and connect with popular destinations across the continent.
“We are excited to see the world traveling again and it’s with great pleasure we can offer new destinations this coming winter. Adding beautiful Agadir to our network means we will fly to Africa again for the first time in decades”, says Erik Westman, EVP & CCO, Network and Revenue management.
The SAS Winter Schedule
The airline has revealed that the Agadir flights will be available during the upcoming winter season, providing travelers with the perfect opportunity to escape the cold and discover the warmth and beauty of Agadir.
SAS will be operating a weekly flight between Stockholm, Sweden and Agadir, Morocco, starting from November 2023, and running until March 30, 2024. They will operate the flights using an Airbus A320neo, a fuel-efficient and environmentally-friendly aircraft that is well-suited for the route.
The exact winter program schedule will be announced in the near future, allowing travelers to plan their winter getaways accordingly.