Posted by Ric Garrido

Delta and Skyteam partners have low airfare for roundtrip flights to Norway fjord country and other airports around Sweden and Denmark for departures by May 15 or after August 24. Lowest fares are for Monday-Thursday departures.

Here are sample fares found today:

San Francisco

All these flights are KLM operated flights via Amsterdam. The following four cities in Norway have many dates with $625 fare.

$625 San Francisco – Kristiansand, Norway (KRS) May 7 to May 14 via Amsterdam.

$625 San Francisco (SFO) – Stavanger, Norway (SVG) May 7-14

$625 San Francisco (SFO) – Bergen, Norway (BGO) May 7-14

$625 San Francisco (SFO) – Alesund, Norway (AES) May 7-14

$649 San Francisco (SFO) – Gothenburg, Sweden (GOT) April 28-May 7

 

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Spring Travel

Most of the fares below are for similar dates. This is near the lowest airfare found for these cities and generally available over dozens of dates before May 15 and beginning again in late August.

$463 FLL-Oslo, Norway Air Canada/SAS Monday April 14 – Tuesday, April 22

$487 FLL- Oslo, Norway Delta/Air France Monday April 14 – Tuesday, April 22

$494 FLL – Bergen, Norway Delta/Air France Monday April 14 – Tuesday, April 22

$546 FLL- Billund, Denmark (BLL) Delta/Air France/KLM Monday April 14 – Tuesday, April 22

$554 FLL- Aalborg, Denmark (AAL) Delta/KLM Monday April 14 – Tuesday, April 22

$572 FLL-CPH Copenhagen, Denmark Air Canada/SAS Tuesday May 13 – Wednesday May 21

 

Fort Lauderdale late Summer Travel

$492 FLL-CPH Copenhagen, Denmark Air Canada Thursday Sep 4 – Monday, Sep 15

$494 FLL-BGO Bergen, Norway KLM/Delta Thursday Sep 4 – Monday, Sep 15

$567 FLL-CPH Copenhagen, Denmark Air Canada/SAS Thursday Aug 28 – Friday, Sep 5

$562 FLL – ARN Stockholm, Sweden Delta/KLM/Air France Wednesday, Aug 27 – Thursday Sep 4

ITA Flight Search shows Fort Lauderdale-Bergen is wide open at $494 for September 2014 travel.

FLL-BGO 494 sep 2014

Check out these Loyalty Traveler posts for a tutorial on using ITA Flight matrix.

United Newark-Paris $611 round trip in spring and fall using ITA Software to find it (March 25, 2014)

LAX to Scandinavia for $500, then hopscotch flights around Europe (March 26, 2014)

Visiting more of Europe than solely your ticket destination with transit stops (March 21, 2014)

LAX-Paris or LAX-AMS $660 United with Stockholm or Copenhagen stopover spring and fall travel (March 25, 2014)

Thank you Norwegian. Cut $500 off airfare to Athens for TBEX Europe 14 (March 26, 2014)

There is no telling how long these fares will be around. This is a fare war by Skyteam and Star Alliance against new startup Norwegian Airlines operating in JFK, FLL, LAX and OAK Oakland, California with low fares to Europe.

LAX has some of the best deals for travel to Europe before May 15 and from late August through the rest of 2014. In addition to the Skyteam and Star Alliance options, Aeroflot is offering some good fares from LAX via Moscow to a variety of places all over Europe for $650 to $800 and for some cities the Aeroflot fares are $500 less than prevailing fares.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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3 Responses

  1. Thanks to your posts, Iyesterday, was able to book JAX-OSL for $486 for late fall. We had not planned on going to OSL, but switched our trip around to spend several days there.

    Thank you!!!

    Comment by Katherine on March 28th, 2014 at 4:34 am
  2. Great post, I would love to go but I’m stuck to a school schedule. :(

  3. There was a website in the Netherlands many years ago that had short sayings. One I remember well and adapted over the years is

    School interferes with seeing the world.

    Then I adapted it to “Work interferes with seeing the world.”

    In recent years I adapted it again to “Family interferes with seeing the world.”

    Responsibilities interfere with seeing the world. That is a truism for many travelers who don’t want to chuck everything for a life of travel.

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