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Fly From the US to Scandinavia and Back for as Little as $417

by Eben Diskin Jan 3, 2019

If you’re eager to book your first trip of 2019, Scandinavian Airlines just made your destination choice a lot easier. Its “BIG Fare Sale” is offering heavily discounted trips from the United States to Scandinavia, for as low as $417 round-trip. Flights from the US to major cities in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway are all included. Many flights are nonstop, though some have brief layovers. But considering a typical round-trip flight from the US to Europe can cost upward of $850, a short layover shouldn’t be a dealbreaker.

Round-trip flights from New York to Stockholm are available for as low as $420, Chicago to Copenhagen for $418, Boston to Oslo for $417, and San Francisco to Helsinki for $468. Travel dates range between March 1 and November 30, 2019, so you can plan well ahead.

Flights will depart from airports in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Miami, and Boston. Since this is SAS’ “Go Light” economy fare, be aware that tickets only include one carry-on bag. The sale runs from now until January 14.

H/T: Condé Nast Traveler

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