Flights to Scandinavia This Fall Are Ridiculously Cheap

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Flights to Scandinavia This Fall Are Ridiculously Cheap

As if the Northern Lights, colorful, autumn landscape and ridiculously beautiful people weren’t reason enough, Norwegian Airlines’ fall sale will have you itching to visit Scandinavia this fall. Budget Nordic carrier is offering round-trip flights throughout the U.S. with rates in the uber affordable $300-$400 range, even going as low as $280.

It’s no secret Norwegian hopes to disrupt the travel landscape with their supremely cheap flights. Earlier this year, it launched $175 flights to Paris, and, next year, it plans to bring even cheaper flights from the U.S. to Ireland. In the three years since the airline began operations in the U.S., it has become the European airline with the most nonstop routes from the U.S. to Europe, with thirty-eight, and it’s only projected to grow.

This fall deal comes at the perfect time because, with the Northern Lights projected to dim down for the next decade, there’s no better time to head to Scandinavia. To book: Head to the Norwegian Airlines website and search for flights using the Low Fare Calendar.

To give you an idea of how cheap these flights are, some sample fares include:

To Oslo:
New York – $282
Los Angeles – $348

To Stockholm:
New York – $323
Boston – $375
Chicago – $452
Los Angeles – $460

To Copenhagen:
New York – $323
Chicago – $411
Boston – $430
Los Angeles – $460
Washington D.C. – $480

Tom is a travel writer, part-time hitchhiker, and he’s currently trying to imitate Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? but with more sunscreen and jorts.

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