SAS is to trim some of its short-haul capacity in the next few months due to a drop in demand.
It is the latest airline to react to a dip in sales due to the COVID-19 outbreak and global measures taken to mitigate the spread of the virus.
“In response to the lower demand, SAS will in the next couple of months seek to reduce part of its short haul network capacity,” it said.
It has already suspended flight to Milan, Bologna, Turin and Venice from March 4 until March 16.
Flights have already been suspended to/from mainland China and SAS will suspend flights to Hong Kong from 5 March.
It comes after British Airways, Ryanair and easyJet also announced a reduction in capacity on some European routes.