Star Alliance carrier Scandinavian Airlines is opening seven new routes, including four to Spain, as part of the changes to its winter schedule.
The operator will fly from Copenhagen and Bergen to Las Palmas, and from Aalborg and Billund to Malaga.
SAS Group adds that the carrier will serve Hamburg and Vilnius from Oslo and open a Gothenburg-Geneva route.
It says the additional services bring to 53 the number of routes launched this year. SAS executive vice-president for route development Joakim Landholm says the expansion is a response to a “great deal of interest” being shown in Spanish holiday destinations.