May212015

Aeroflot and Norwegian LAX and JFK one way fare deals like $388 London

Norwegian offers one way fare deals. Aeroflot offers almost 50% off round trip fares from LAX to Europe. These same one way discount fares from JFK are available, but there is more competition in JFK besides Norwegian. From LAX, these one way fares are hundreds of dollars less than other airlines, except Norwegian for some dates. Most airlines charge about 75% or more the round trip fare for a one way international flight between USA and Europe.

The primary difference between Aeroflot and Norwegian is far more low fare availability with Aeroflot, lower bag fees and Skyteam Alliance miles with Delta SkyMiles or another frequent flyer program..

Norwegian has free Wi-Fi.

Google Flights LAX one way Oct 7

One Way Fare Deals from Los Angeles LAX to Europe in September – October 2015:

Los Angeles LAX – London LHR Aeroflot $388  September 8

Los Angeles LAX – Zurich ZHR Aeroflot $388  September 8

Los Angeles LAX – Geneva GVA Aeroflot $388  September 8

Los Angeles LAX – Barcelona BCN $388  September 8

Los Angeles LAX – Budapest BUD Aeroflot $388  September 8

Los Angeles LAX – Amsterdam  AMS September 8 Aeroflot $458

Los Angeles LAX – Amsterdam  AMS October 7 Norwegian $422

Los Angeles LAX – Athens  ATH October 7 Aeroflot $428

Los Angeles LAX – Copenhagen CPH  October 7 Norwegian $263

Los Angeles LAX – London LGW  October 7 Norwegian $398

Los Angeles LAX – Madrid MAD Aeroflot $388  October 7 (Norwegian $365)

Los Angeles LAX – Munich MUC October 7 Aeroflot $458

Los Angeles LAX – Nice NCE  October 7 Norwegian $396

Los Angeles LAX – Oslo OSL October 7 Norwegian $320

Los Angeles LAX – Paris ORY  October 7 Norwegian $334

Los Angeles LAX – Rome FCO Norwegian $396  October 7 (Aeroflot $458)

Los Angeles LAX – Stockholm ARN October 7 Norwegian $311

Los Angeles LAX – Venice VCE  October 7 Aeroflot $458

In some instances you can get an overall lower fare flying Norwegian or Aeroflot to Europe and the other airline back. Or fly to one low fare city outbound and return from a different lower fare city.

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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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Comments

  1. Of course, it is not as simple as you would have one believe from your schematic.

    Aeroflot flights require a connection in MOSCOW — so you may have a cost savings, but you certainly do not have a time savings.

    Moreover, I do not know if you are required to have a Russia Visa for the connection and if so required, it can add countless dollars to your “inexpensive” trip.

    Better that you actually review some of the things that you advocate, instead of blithely putting them out for public consumption!

  2. Moscow does not require a visa if you are only in transit to another airport like London.

    Time is money. Nonstop flights tend to be priced far higher than connecting flights.

    This was carefully thought out as a strategy for using one-way tickets. An advanced scheme of ticketing for the experienced traveler. This is a strategy for flights from LAX, IAD and JFK since those are the only Aeroflot gateways for USA. Norwegian from LAX and JFK and WOW from BWI make these one-way flights an option to keep in mind when trying to reduce the price of a flight to Europe.

    This came about after I looked at combining low fare one way segments from OAK-OSL and return from Stockholm ARN to OAK to cut $100 off the round trip price of a ticket in September. Aeroflot one-way fares make it possible to get discount airfare from a variety of cities.

    I assume most readers know Aeroflot routes through Moscow. Norwegian flies nonstop LAX- London.

    I’d happily review Aeroflot economy class LAX-Paris. Gotta work that route into my schedule and see how it goes.

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