Austrian Airlines resumes flights to Shanghai
From October 2nd, the Austrian mothership will fly to Shanghai once a week
This route will use Boeing 767
Route flight number flight day departure place-arrival (local time)
Vienna – Shanghai OS 75 Friday 13:30 – 06:00 (next day)
Shanghai – Vienna OS 76 Sunday 10:10 – 15:45
From September 29th, Scandinavian Airlines will once again open direct flights from Scandinavia to China. There has been no direct flight since January 31, but Scandinavian Airlines has obtained approval from the Chinese authorities to reopen a weekly flight from Copenhagen to Shanghai.
The reopening of this route is vital to trade. With the reopening of this route, Scandinavian Airlines aims to meet the needs of business travel and air cargo services between Scandinavia and China.
At the end of October, Scandinavian Airlines also plans to resume flights to Beijing, provided that the necessary approvals from relevant authorities are obtained.
SAS will use the new Airbus 350 to operate the Shanghai route. This state-of-the-art aircraft will enable SAS to provide a unique travel experience. Compared with the previous similar aircraft, this aircraft has lower fuel consumption and a 30% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.
Scandinavian Airlines currently flies to 75 destinations and operates 380 flights a day. Scandinavian Airlines is paying attention to market developments every week and is preparing to strengthen services when travel restrictions are relaxed and travel demand increases again. Click here to view the complete transportation plan.
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