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SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 3:01 am

To which destinations will sk's a321 fly.
I know that they wil be used on routes between the scandinavian hubs (OSL, CPH, ARN), but will they be flying to other european destinations?

I'm also wondring if SK's Greenland flight will be opperated by th A330 or the A321. (my guess is the 321, bacause the 330 is maybe to big. Bacause SK has code-share flights with Grønlands fly using 757)

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gardermoen
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 3:06 am

The A321s will be used on key trunk routes in Europe, such as FRA, PAR, ZRH etc, in addition to its flights within Scandinavia.
Dont know about Greenland, I do know the 767 does well on the route, but how high a priority is it for Scandinavian? They will use the A330s(and A340s) for its prime international routes where there is competition(such as SIN, USA, Japan etc) first, and Id say the 767 wll be kept on the Greenland route for a while yet.
 
Zander
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 3:15 am

They also fly the MD83 to Greenland, I also think it's more often than with the 767.
So I think it will continue flying that route although the A321s have arrived.
 
AY-MD11
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 4:29 am

Hope to see SK A321 A330 and A340 in Helsinki soon!  Big grin



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Zander
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 4:45 am

Not impossible!
 
vadheim
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 5:54 am

I think especially LHR will see a lot of SAS A321 in the future, but also FRA, CDG and BRU.
 
Hagi
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sat Feb 17, 2001 6:15 am

Helsinki is one of the destinations, at least to/from ARN.

SAS considers Finland as their "domestic" market area, much the same way as Finnair sees Sweden. Air Botnia is an indication of this. KF's primary role is to connect secondary Finnish cities, especially those in western Finland, with ARN and the CPH hub. Meanwhile, the parent company operates key routes to/from Helsinki (and some other major cities as well). This is simply because KF has no suitable fleet for such mainstream operations.

Hopefully this doesn't mean SK will pull out the 737NGs and M90s from their Helsinki routes altogether...

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El Al 001
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RE: SK A321 To Where?

Sun Feb 18, 2001 4:51 am

Any chance the A321 will visit TLV???!

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