SAS flights - cancelled and operating
Sunday 18, April 2010
Volcanic ash from the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull still affects air traffic in Danish airspace. Passengers are requested to contact their airline or travel agency for more information.
Copenhagen Airport has been closed since Thursday 15 April 6 p.m. Danish Airspace is closed until at least Monday at 2 p.m. (19 April 2010) A new prognosis is expected manday at 9 a.m. (updated 18.04.10 at 8.25 p.m.).
SAS Scandinavian Airlines would like to inform its customers that all SAS flights are cancelled on April 19, 2010, with exceptions for US flights and Norway domestic.
Due to improved conditions in the airspace over Norway, SAS will operate domestic flights more or less as usual on Monday April 19. Some of our normal flights will be cancelled though.
All its US to Scandinavia flights today, April 18, will depart as scheduled. All five scheduled flights will arrive in Scandinavia morning, April 19. Only customers with original bookings or who have been informed that they are waitlisted for these flights should go to the airport.
Following flights will be diverted to Oslo:
SK910, New York-Copenhagen will be diverted to Oslo
SK926, Washington DC-Copenhagen will be diverted to Oslo
Following flights will arrive in Stockholm, if the airspace has been opened up:
SK904, New York-Stockholm
If Stockholm airspace has not been opened up, these flights will also be diverted to Oslo.
The following flight will be diverted to Gothenburg or Oslo, pending airspace regulations:
(This flight departs 22.05 CDT/05.00 CET; by this time a decision of which airport it will be diverted to has been made)
Customers from the US will be transferred to the following destinations within Scandinavia: Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Oslo and Stockholm, but not beyond.
For customers booked on flights from Copenhagen to the US 15-19APR:
Passengers booked on SK909 to New York and SK925 to Washington DC must travel to Oslo from Copenhagen Airport at 01.00, local time April 19. These buses are only for customers with bookings on flights to New York and Washington DC between April 15 and 19. Please call +453232 3959 to book a seat, and be at the airport at 23.00 the latest.
Passengers booked on SK943 to Chicago will receive updated information when available.
For customers booked on flights from Stockholm to the US 19APR:
Passengers booked on SK903 and SK945 from Stockholm must meet at Stockholm-Arlanda airport at 07.00, local time. If these flights from US have arrived in Stockholm, they will depart to the US on schedule. If these flights from US have been diverted to Oslo, all customers will be transported to Oslo with bus.
Only customers with original bookings or who have been informed that they are waitlisted for these flights should go to the airport.
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