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This Airline Will Let You Take Your Kiddos to Scandinavia for Free

Family Travel
by Marie-Louise Monnier May 3, 2018

Back in May, Scandinavian Airlines found a brilliant way to promote tourism to Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark. It offered free base airfare to all children between the ages of two and 11, or under 23 months old, to travel to these destinations. Now, the airline is making this epic opportunity available again for the start of 2019.

Of course, there are a few conditions to this amazing deal:

  • The flights need to leave from specific US cities (Boston, New York City, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington, DC).
  • Taxes and other fees associated with the flights are not included.
  • Kids must be traveling with an accompanying adult, so you’ll have to make it a family trip and not just ship your 7-year-old off to the fjords.
  • This offer is valid for travel between January 8th and April 2nd, 2019.

Although you still pay government taxes and carrier-imposed fees for children’s tickets, this still results in flights from the US to Scandinavia that cost as little as $60.

And don’t let the season scare you away. There’s plenty to do in Scandinavia and Finland with the kids, especially in winter. So jump on that deal and go explore northern Europe with the whole family. You have until December 10th to take advantage of this offer.

H/T: Travel & Leisure

This article has been updated on December 7th, 2018.

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