Sep042017

Oneworld $392-$430 LAX, SNA, SFO, SJC to Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius

Oneworld Alliance airlines have California to Baltic nations on sale from $392 to $430 round trip for Sep-Oct departures. Finnair flies SFO-Helsinki nonstop and provides plenty of opportunities to book long overnight transit layovers in Helsinki at these ticket prices. Other itineraries involve AA and BA and as many as 3 stops.

California Airports:

Los Angeles LAX

Santa Ana SNA

San Francisco SFO

San Jose SJC

to

Baltic Airports

Riga, Latvia RIX

Tallinn, Estonia TLL

Vilnius, Lithuania VNO

Gdansk GDN and Krakow KRK Poland are other destinations on sale with Oneworld and SkyTeam.

Open-jaw itineraries are possible too, flying to say Riga, Latvia and leaving from Tallinn, Estonia for around $450 round trip.

This is a ticket I would have purchased three weeks ago if available, but I am flying to Prague instead. A similar scene played out this Labor Day weekend to price drops in August with an all alliance fare war to Germany and Central Europe, followed by ticket price drops a couple days later to Baltic cities.

Fare Alert California to Germany-Central Europe $360-$450 all alliances many cities (Sep 2).

Momondo.com search Omegaflightstore.com ticket

San Francisco SFO – Helsinki HEL (overnight) – Riga, Latvia RIX – Helsinki HEL (overnight) – SFO

$395.82 round trip  Tue Sep 12 – Fri Sep 20

SFO-RIX $396 AY Sep12-20

SFO – Riga / Tallinn – SFO $452 Open jaw round trip

San Francisco SFO – London LHR – Helsinki HEL – Riga, Latvia RIX / Tallinn TLLHelsinki HEL (overnight) – SFO

Wed Sep 20 – Wed Sep 27

SFO-RIX-TLL $452 xHEL Sep20-27 AY

Santa Ana SNA – Vilnius VNO $422 round trip

Thu Sep 21 – Thu Sep 28

SNA-VNO $422 Oneworld Sep21-28

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