Norwegian Air USA to Europe under $500 round trip August-September 2014

Norwegian Air USA to Europe under $500 round trip are airfares worth considering for travel in August and September.

Oakland, California to Oslo, Norway for $475 round trip in September. Oakland to Stockholm is $547 round trip. Oakland to Copenhagen, Denmark is $561 round trip.

Norwegian Airlines flies from New York JFK, Fort Lauderdale FLL and Orlando MCO, Los Angeles LAX and Oakland OAK. The primary destinations in Europe are Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm with nonstop flights.

Flights from Fort Lauderdale FLL or New York (JFK) are even less than $500 for some travel dates in August.

  • Fort Lauderdale – Stockholm FLL-ARN is $484 round trip in August.
  • Fort Lauderdale – Stockholm FLL-ARN is $408 round trip in September.
  • JFK-ARN Stockholm as low as $466 round trip in September.
  • LAX-ARN Stockholm for $561 round trip in September.
  • LAX-CPH Copenhagen Denmark, $549 round trip in September.

Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm are the lowest priced destinations. That does not mean you need to make those cities your destination. There are options for ticketing dozens of other destinations in Europe traveling via Oslo and Stockholm on Norwegian Airlines.

  • LAX-Amsterdam, Netherlands $350.20 one way on September 15.
  • LAX-Budapest $371.10 one way Sep 9 or Sep 16. The return from Budapest is $481 on September 17.

Norwegian LAX-CPH

Or fly to Copenhagen, Oslo or Stockholm and use a low fare carrier to get to other destinations.

Since the return flights from Europe tend to be higher priced, buy a one-way ticket on Norwegian Airlines to the city in Europe you want to be, then fly back on Norwegian from Copenhagen, Oslo or Stockholm. You will only need one low cost carrier flight to reach one of these Scandinavian cities from a place like Paris or Rome.


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

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  1. Might be worth mentioning that no food or drinks on board and no checked bags are included adding over 200 bucks round trip if you go for their standard package

  2. I would avoid their LAX departures. Many have been canceled over the past few days and the passengers treated poorly.

  3. Looks like we have some legacy airline employees posting in the comment section…

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