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hallasm

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  1. I also often have trouble figuring out the number of zones. Copenhagen airport (Lufthavnen) is in zone 4 and your hotel (Central Station) is zone 1 - you will travel in three zones - you must purchase a 3 zone ticket. Your Hotel and Oceankaj are both Zone 1 however you can not purchase a 1 zone ticket - you need to purchase a 2 zone ticket. Same price/tickets for bus, metro and train.
  2. When SAS has leased aircraft from an external company that supplies aircraft and crew. The owner assumes operational responsibility for the operation. These are primarily short regional routes. Your ORD - ARN flight will be affected if the strike becomes actual. In the event of a strike, SAS will rebook you for another flight - likely rerouting with Star Alliance partner - unfortunately this can cause delays - hope your flight is a few days earlier than your cruise.
  3. As mentioned, not all SAS flights are affected by a possible strike and SAS will make sure to rebook passengers to other flights - either planes that are not affected or other Star Alliance flights - can of course lead to rerouting and delays. Unless the flight is late the day before or the same day as the cruise I would not be nervous.
  4. Thorshavn is located on the east coast of the Faroe Islands' largest island, Streymoy. With its 20,000 inhabitants, the city is the largest city in the Faroe Islands and the country's cultural, economic and traffic center. ‘Tinganes’ and the old town are located on the peninsula "Á Reyni". The narrow alleys and old houses with grass roofs are one of the city's main attractions. But it is the islands' unique nature and the small towns that are the real attraction. Rent a car or take part in an excursion.
  5. SAS ‘wetleased’ operations are not affected by the announced strike.
  6. One of the world’s best cycling countries welcomes the world’s greatest cycling race, 1 - 3 july 2022 Tour de France 2022 starts off with a 13-kilometre individual time trial I Copenhagen July 1st. It begins at H.C. Andersens Boulevard and ends at Rådhuspladsen. Along the way, the riders will cycle around the Inner City and pass Amalienborg, Nyhavn and Christiansborg. https://letourcph.dk/en/stages/stage-1 Tour de France Grand Départ Copenhagen is a 13 kilometers time trial taking place on Friday July 1st. The event will affect traffic and parking in and around Copenhagen More info on traffic https://letourcph.dk/en/traffic/kbh On Friday 1st during the Tour de France stage it is recommended to get around by foot in the city center of Copenhagen. There are 24 crossing points where pedestrians can cross the course except when the Tour de France riders and team cars are coming through. This means that between 12:00 noon and 8:00 pm the crossing points will be alternately opened and closed to allow for pedestrian crossing. Metro or S-train are good alternatives if you need to cross the course.
  7. Plan for extra time for flights in Europe. Many canceled and delayed flights as well as very long queues at security checkpoints. There is a lack of staff on the ground and in the air, there is a lack of aircraft, and there is a lack of security staff, and it takes a long time to hire and train new employees. On Sunday, over 80 flights were canceled in England. On Wednesday, there were 28 planes at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. On Tuesday, people queued all the way out of the terminal building at Dublin Airport because the wait for the security check was so long. The same thing happened in Schiphol on Monday. Copenhagen Airport is also experiencing long queues for security checks. The aviation industry in Europe as a whole is plagued by a cascade of challenges.
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