SAS will launch direct flights between Copenhagen and Bremen on 28 October, as part of its 2013/14 winter schedule.
The Scandinavian airline is to operate a six-times-weekly service on the route using a 50-seat Bombardier CRJ regional jet. Innovata schedules show SAS will be the sole operator on the route.
Additionally, SAS plans to increase the frequency on its Copenhagen-Madrid route from two flights per week to four, and to re-open its direct winter service from Copenhagen to Bangkok on 22 November using an Airbus A340 widebody. The carrier will initially operate the route thrice-weekly, increasing the frequency to four times per week from 10 December to 20 February.
Within its winter schedule SAS is also adding daily departures to both Oslo and Stockholm from the Danish capital. The number of departures increases from 15 to 16 in each case.
SAS is additionally opening a route from Copenhagen to the UK's Humberside International airport, which will be served six times per week with a 50-seat CRJ.
The airline's active fleet includes seven 50-seat CRJs: four CRJ200ERs and three CRJ200LRs.