Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will resume flights to Tokyo-Haneda, and increase services to Shanghai.

While SAS announced it would resume services on 10 routes, the airline stated it plans to resume services to Tokyo's Haneda airport in June with a thrice-weekly schedule using Airbus A350 aircraft.

Prior to the resumption of flights, SAS will operate several flights to Tokyo in April to accommodate the high demand during the Easter travel period.

In addition to the resumption of flights to Tokyo-Haneda, SAS will add a third weekly flight between Copenhagen and Shanghai.

“We are delighted to welcome our passengers back and seeing the desire to travel continuing to rise. SAS is increasing capacity this summer, adding more routes and additional flights to popular destinations. We are also glad to return to beautiful Tokyo with three weekly flights in June and to launch our new routes to Newark,” said Erik Westman, EVP Network and Revenue Management, SAS.

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