May102015

Low summer fare Los Angeles to Copenhagen $630, San Francisco to Stockholm $599 all alliances

The major alliances have low summer fares for July and August travel with fares as low as $599 on Skyteam, $630 on Star Alliance and $635 Oneworld Alliance for San Francisco to Stockholm and Los Angeles to Copenhagen.

Los Angeles – Copenhagen

July 21-28

Delta Airlines $629.40

LAX-CPH $629 DL Jul21-28

Los Angeles – Copenhagen

August 6-18

United Airlines $628.10

LAX-CPH United Aug6-18 $630

Los Angeles – Copenhagen

August 21-30

American Airlines $694.80

LAX-CPH AA $695 Aug 21-30

San Francisco – Stockholm

This route is dynamic this weekend. Routings and fares change bv the hour. I have seen American Airlines from San Francisco connecting to FinnAir via Chicago and Helsinki for $655. Fares with 23 hours in London. $599 in August on Delta. And loads of Star Alliance routings through Paris, London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and more.

San Francisco to Stockholm

August 21-28

United Airlines $633.30

SFO-ARN UA $634 Aug21-28

San Francisco to Stockholm

August 16-24

Delta Airlines $599.60

SFO-ARN DL $599 Aug16-24

San Francisco to Stockholm

August 31-September 11

American Airlines $687.40

SFO-PHL-LHR-ARN-LHR-SFO  13,255 flight miles

(US Airways and British Airways operated flights)

SFO-ARN Aug31-Sep11 AA $687

American Airlines itineraries are most difficult to find, but there are some. I found fares as low as $636 round trip through Google Flights.

There are still good flight deals to Europe.

As a reminder, low cost carriers like Norwegian, RyanAir, EasyJet and others can get you all over Europe for less than $200 round trip. London is particularly inexpensive. RyanAir has flights as low as $33 round trip from Copenhagen to London Luton LTN.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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