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Page updated 2023-09-27 08:44:51 CET

Traffic program - News and updates

SAS will fly to Agadir from both Copenhagen and Stockholm during the winter season until end March 2024, offering a convenient timetable with daytime departure and arrival.

Flight Schedule

Copenhagen - Agadir - Copenhagen

Flight no and Schedule

Day of operation

SK2503 CPH-AGA 08:35 - 12:20

Saturdays (D6)

SK2504 AGA-CPH 13:10 - 18:55

Saturdays (D6)

Flight Schedule

Stockholm - Agadir - Stockholm

Flight no and Schedule

Day of operation

SK2505 ARN-AGA 08:15 - 13:30

Saturdays (D6)

SK2506 AGA-ARN 14:30 - 19:45

Saturdays (D6)

SAS is launching a new seasonal route between Copenhagen and Bangkok

SAS is continuing to strengthen its offer and to accommodate an increased demand for leisure travel, SAS will now open a new route to Bangkok, Thailand.

Following this route expansion travelers will be able to fly direct to Bangkok three times weekly with convenient overnight flights in both directions using the Airbus A350 aircraft.

  • First flight CPH-BKK 30 October 2023

  • First flight BKK-CPH 31 October 2023

Flight schedule

Flight no and Schedule

Day of operation

SK973 Copenhagen - Bangkok

D1, 3, 5 (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 23:30-17:05 (+1) Lt

SK974 Bangkok - Copenhagen

D2, 4, 6 (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) 23:45-06:35 (+1) Lt

Travel alerts

Due to the European Political Community meeting in Granada on 5 October 2023, the Schengen agreement will be suspended at Malaga airport (AGP) from 00:00 hours on 28 September 2023 until 23:59 7 October 2023.

The Spanish National Police will upon arrival randomly check that the passengers have a valid passport or National ID.

This means that passengers travelling to or via Malaga must carry a valid passport or National ID during this period.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this might cause but this is out of SAS control.

Due to the current situation in the region SAS has decided to pause all flights to Ukraine and Ukraine airspace until further notice.

As a consequence of the closure of Russian airspace, we are also making changes to routings for our flights to China resulting in longer flight times of approx. 2 hours.

The safety of passengers and employees always comes first for SAS. We are monitoring the situation closely and will update new information on this page when available.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you and do our best to minimize the effects to you.

Chapter 11

SAS and certain of its subsidiaries have voluntarily filed for chapter 11, a legal process for financial restructuring in the U.S. that will enable us to accelerate the implementation of key elements of our transformation plan, SAS FORWARD.

Our operations will continue as usual during this process and it will have no impact on our customers.

Please visit for more information.

Covid19 related information

It is your responsibility to inform yourself about, and fulfill the latest Entry Requirements due to COVID-19 for your destination, return trip and any possible transit countries.

If you need more detailed information, contact your local authorities or the respective country's embassy.

Due to government mandates and restrictions, entry requirements can change at any time and with very little notice. Keep yourself up to date close to your departure.

Please be aware that if you fail to comply with all the entry requirements for your trip you may be denied boarding or refused entry to your destination. All costs connected to this will be covered by the passenger.

You can also keep yourself updated on the latest entry requirements via IATA Travel Center or Star Alliance.

(Updated 15 March 2023)

Effective from 15 March 2023:

Please note that entry restrictions may be subject to change on short notice. You are
responsible for ensuring that you are allowed entry into the country you are travelling to or
are in transit through. 

General requirement

See IATA Travel Center

COVID-19 Test Requirements

The passengers are required to have a negative Antigen or a (PCR) test. Self-use antigen test is accepted. The test must be taken within 48 hours before boarding. Only those with negative results can travel to China. Those with positive results should go to China after turning negative. This may be checked upon arrival. The Health Declaration form may be
checked upon arrival.

Document Requirement:

1. All passengers must hold a QR code to prove they have completed a customs
Health Declaration form.

  • The form can be completed via WeChat

  • Check that each passenger holds a QR code and check that they have completed
    the form (see illustration below).
    The boarder can be in blue or red color.