Deal Alert: Flights From US Cities to Scandinavia From $95 One-Way

Mar 4, 2019

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Norwegian Air has announced a 72-hour flash sale from select US cities to Scandinavia.

One-way tickets start at just $95, and flights can be booked through the first week of June. That’s good news because although Scandinavia is beautiful in winter — and some TPG staffers love visiting during this time — the colder months can be quite chilly in some of these destinations.

All fares are for one-way travel. The sale fares are good for travel in both directions between the listed travel dates, meaning you could get a round-trip from LAX to Copenhagen for only $358. If you have been wanting to get to Oslo, Copenhagen or Stockholm, this flash sale is a great opportunity to snag low fares for your trip.

And because Norwegian has been on some shaky financial footing recently, it is probably best to book these flights with a credit card that offers extensive trip protection.

Don’t wait to buy these fares if you’re interested. The sale starts March 4 and will only run through March 6.  You can book directly on Norwegian’s dedicated sale page using promo code NORDICSPRING.

Airlines: Norwegian

Cost: $95 to $179 one-way

Travel Dates: March to June 2019

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Here’s a list of what you can book:

New York Stewart International (SWF)

  • SWF to Bergen (BGO): $95 March 31 — June 8

New York JFK

  • JFK to Oslo (OSL): $149  March 18 — June 8
  • JFK to Copenhagen (CPH): $149  March 18 — June 8
  • JFK to Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN): $155 March 18 — June 8

Oakland CA

  • OAK to OSL: $159 March 31 — June 8
  • OAK to CPH: $159 March 31 — June 8
  • OAK to ARN: $169 March 31 — June 8

Los Angeles (LAX) CA

  • LAX to OSL: $179 March 18 — June 8
  • LAX to CPH: $179 March 18 — June 8

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