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SAS Scandinavian Airlines has announced it will resume flights to Stockholm from Birmingham Airport
commencing on Friday 30 March 2018. It previously operated the route until Friday 27 June 2014

This currently unserved route will operate twice weekly on Fridays and Sundays using a variety
of aircraft types including 120 seat Boeing 737s

William Pearson, Birmingham Airport's Aviation Director, said: "SAS is a long standing airline at
Birmingham Airport and it's great to see an expansion of its services to include a new route of
Stockholm added to its existing route of Copenhagen"

"The Swedish capital offers something for everyone as a vibrant and cultural Nordic hub with
beautiful architecture. The city stretches across fourteen islands meaning there is stunning
scenery. It also offers great nightlife and restaurants and local warmth and hospitality"

Niko Ek, Regional Sales Manager, Scandinavian Airlines commented: "We are glad to soon
be starting our new route from Birmingham, where we have seen a growing demand from
our passengers, both traveling for pleasure and business"

Fares will start from £82.00 one way including taxes and charges

SAS schedule to Stockholm from Friday 30 March 2018


0800/0840 SK2553/2554 737 from/to Stockholm
- operates weekly on Friday
0935/1015 SK2553/2554 737 from/to Stockholm
- operates weekly on Sunday

Aircraft type subject to confirmation
                                                       www.flysas.com


Wednesday 18 October 2017

Posted: October 18, 2017, 5:00 pm
United Airlines operated their final service from Birmingham to Newark New York
on Thursday 5 October 2017 with the Airport Fire Service marking this with a water
cannon salute as the aircraft taxied out for departure off Runway 33....

.... in return United Boeing 757 N18112 rolled its wings in salute

.... as it climbed away over Birmingham city centre

Continental Airlines - which merged with United Airlines in 2010 - commenced the route
back on Tuesday 15 July 1997 when Boeing 757 N12114 operated the inaugural flight

- Boeing 767's and Douglas DC10's have also been used on the route over the years
which at its peak was operated on a twice daily basis using Boeing 757's
Thursday 5 October 2017

Posted: October 5, 2017, 6:00 pm
Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787-9 G-VNEW was an evening arrival from Heathrow for attention
by Monarch Aircraft Engineering - this is the first Boeing 787-9 to visit BHX

Posted: September 30, 2017, 6:00 pm

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