Scandinavian Airlines will launch 45 new routes in 2013, the Star Alliance carrier says.
It will open routes from Stockholm to Innsbruck, Pula, Palermo, Cagliari, Thessaloniki, Tel Aviv, Pristina and Alanya, and from Gothenburg to Nice, Pristina and Ostersund.
In Norway, it will launch services from Oslo to Salzburg, Berlin, Budapest, Santorini, Cagliari, Palermo, Pristina, Valencia, Malta, Lisbon, Athens, Tenerife and Pula, and from Bergen to Dubrovnik and Antalya. In addition, SAS will operate flights from Trondheim to Split and from Stavanger to Antalya.
New Danish routes include flights from Copenhagen to San Francisco, Budapest, Prague, Newcastle, Cagliari, Palermo, Alanya, Thessaloniki, Pula and Biarritz.
And from Helsinki, the carrier plans flights to Paris, Rome, Prague, Geneva and Ostersund, while it will also offer services from Turku to Kittila and from Tampere to Kittilä.
The carrier says it will also increase frequencies on many of its existing domestic and European routes next year.