By James Wilkinson
All Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) passengers flying to Copenhagen in April and May 2009 will receive a free Copenhagen Card, courtesy of the carrier.
On the march in Copenhagen
Available to all customers visiting the Danish capital on a return ticket with SAS, the Copenhagen Card, valued at $58, grants free admission for 24 hours to 62 museums and sites in the greater Copenhagen area, including the Hans Christian Andersen and Karen Blixen museums.
For the first time, Copenhagen Card holders will also get free admission to the Tivoli Gardens in the heart of Copenhagen.
Cardholders can ride free on the Metro for quick transportation from Copenhagen Airport to the city centre. They then have 24 hours free transport on all buses and suburban S trains within the Greater Copenhagen Area.
“The Copenhagen Card is a great initiative that goes hand in hand with our continuous effort to introduce innovative travel solutions,” said Scandinavian Airlines general manager – Australia and New Zealand, Lars Olofsson
“With free admission to many of Copenhagen’s best attractions, we hope our customers will be encouraged to see what this wonderful city has to offer and gain a better understanding of the Scandinavian culture and heritage, they encounter in our airport lounges and onboard our aircraft,” he said.
For more information on SAS, visit www. flysas.com.au