SAS schedule changes Europe Summer 2012

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  1. Someone
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    Seems like SAS has releaased most of their European schedule for next summer, and this is the major changes

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    Bergen – Nice Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 1 weekly, reduced from 1 in 2011
    Copenhagen – Athens Increases from 7 weekly to 8 weekly
    Copenhagen – Barcelona Reduces from 5 weekly to 2 weekly
    Copenhagen – Bourgas Operation period reduced, from 27JUN12 to 12AUG12
    Copenhagen – Geneva Increases from 2 to 3 Daily (Weekdays operation)
    Copenhagen – Lyon Increases from 5 to 6 weekly
    Copenhagen – Madrid Reduces from 4 to 2 weekly
    Copenhagen – Munich Reduces from 5 to 4 Daily
    Copenhagen – Pristina 04JUL12 – 22AUG12 Increases from 2 to 3 weekly
    Copenhagen – Rome Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 11 weekly, reduced from 12 in 2011
    Copenhagen – Venice Peak season in July/August 2012 operates Daily, increases from 6 weekly in 2011
    Oslo – Alicante Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 9 weekly, increases from 8 weekly in 2011
    Oslo – Barcelona Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 9 weekly, increases from Daily in 2011
    Oslo – Dubrovnik Summer seasonal service increases from 2 to 3 weekly
    Oslo – Palma Mallorca Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 1-2 weekly, reduced from 3 weekly in 2011
    Oslo – Madrid Summer service in July/August CANCELLED
    Oslo – Malaga Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 8 weekly, increases from Daily in 2011
    Oslo – Moscow Sheremetyevo Increases from 4 to 5 weekly
    Oslo – Palma Mallorca Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 2 weekly, reduced from 3 weekly in 2011
    Oslo – Reykjavik Increases from 6 weekly to Daily
    Oslo – Rome off-peak season increases from 4 to 5 weekly. Peak season in July/August 2012 operates Daily, increases from 5 weekly in 2011
    Oslo – Split Summer seasonal service during peak season in July/August 2012 operates 6-7 weekly, increases from 3 weekly in 2011
    Stavanger – Alicante Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 2 weekly, increases from 1 weekly in 2011
    Stavanger – Malaga Summer seasonal service during peak season in July/August 2012 operates 2 weekly, increases from 1 weekly in 2011
    Stockholm – Dublin Increases from 5 weekly to Daily
    Stockholm – Geneva Increases from Daily to 9 weekly
    Stockholm – London Heathrow Summer 2012 season (off-peak) operates 6 Daily, reduced from 7 in S11
    Stockholm – Madrid Summer service in July/August CANCELLED
    Stockholm – Milan Linate Increases from 6 weekly to Daily (except May 2012)
    Stockholm – Milan Malpensa Service operates during off-peak season, 4-5 weekly
    Stockholm – Munich 1 Daily service CANCELLED
    Stockholm – Palma Mallorca Peak season in July/August 2012 operates 4 weekly, increases from 2 in S11
    Stockholm – Prague off-peak season increases from 2 to 4 weekly
    Stockholm – Split Summer seasonal service during peak season in July/August 2012 operates 4 weekly, increases from 2 weekly in 2011
     
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    Any updates on the flights to and from Berlin?
    If I remember correctly, TXL closes in June 2012, and BER opens. I hope SAS starts flying OSL-BER...
     
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    No plans for OSL-BER. Berlin in a cronically low yield market, and with 3x daily with Air Berlin, 2x daily with Norwegian, plus 1x with Ryanair to Rygge is the market more than covered allready
     
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    Madrid must not be popular next summer, ARN and OSL axed, CPH is cut by 50%.
     
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    Mid-summer is not the best time to visit Madrid on, so I'm not to surprised. The reduction from CPH is a lot to do with the removal of Spanair codeshare and good transfer option with Spanair in MAD. And it doesn't help with the Spanish economy going down the drain either

    It should also be said that the reduction on CPH-MUC will be covered by Lufthansa, which is increasing from 3x to 4x daily. Meaning SAS and Lufthansa will have 4x daily each
     

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