Las Vegas to Stockholm $468 round trip Thanksgiving week Norwegian Airlines

Norwegian Airlines announced new service between Las Vegas and Copenhagen, Denmark CPH and new Las Vegas – Stockholm ARN. These new routes begin once per week service on October 31, 2015.

Las Vegas LAS – ARN Stockholm service begins Saturday, October 31.

  • Flights depart from Las Vegas and Stockholm only on Saturdays.

Las Vegas LAS – CPH Copenhagen service begins Tuesday, November 10.

  • Flights depart from Las Vegas and Copenhagen only on Tuesdays.

Norwegian route prices

Norwegian Airlines flying from Las Vegas to Stockholm and Copenhagen on nonstop flights are enticing new routes for me. I can fly low fare Allegiant from Monterey to Las Vegas and avoid parking my car in airport parking for a week or two and 150 to 200 miles of driving to SJC or SFO or OAK.

I have flown Norwegian Airlines in Norway, but not from the USA yet. I expect to fly Norwegian at some point this year. Oakland to Stockholm has been on my mind. Los Angeles to London nonstop is a fare I hope to capture at a low price for flights sometime this year. And now there is Las Vegas as an option. I get invited to events and conferences in Las Vegas every year. Adding a low fare trip to Scandinavia would certainly sweeten the Las Vegas travel.

Thanksgiving in Sweden

Norwegian Airlines Las Vegas LAS – ARN Stockholm

$467.90 Saturday November 21 – Saturday November 28, 2015

LAS-ARN Norwegian $468 Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Have you been wondering how to get value out of your Club Carlson points by making reservations before June 1? A trip to Stockholm for Thanksgiving week is a great fare and a good opportunity to burn Club Carlson points at highly rated hotels in Stockholm.

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