Norwegian Airlines $148 one way Stockholm to Las Vegas April and May Tuesdays

The first departure date for a Norwegian Airlines $142 fare on a one way ticket Stockholm to Las Vegas is Tuesday, April 12. That makes a three week trip for those thinking this fare might help with the still bookable SAS $99 one-way fares from Los Angeles to Stockholm for travel March 14-19, 21-25.

Loyalty Traveler – LAX to Stockholm $99 SAS with Norwegian return in March for under $360 round trip (Feb 22).

What a deal air travel to Scandinavia is these past two years. Who would have predicted round trip flights between the western USA and Sweden would be under $250 round trip in 2016?

Norwegian Airlines Stockholm ARN to Las Vegas LAS

$147.60 one-way every Tuesday from April 12 to May 31, 2016

ARN-LAS Norwegian $148ow Apr-May16

ARN-LAS Norwegian $148ow May16

$147.60 is the fare if you travel without a prepaid seat reservation, any checked bags, no food and drink service and you can manage with one free carry-on bag and small bag for under seat. You can bundle purchase a seat, one checked bag and a meal for $90.

Stockholm flights to Oakland or Los Angeles are lowest priced at $159.60. There are lots of Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday dates at $160 for Stockholm to Los Angeles. Oakland flights are Monday, Wednesday and Friday with few April low dates and more $160 fares in May. There are many dates around $230 for Stockholm to Oakland one way.

Fares to Stockholm are lowest from Oakland with some dates at $239 and $281 one way for travel to Stockholm with $360 for many dates in April and May. Las Vegas is more in the $370 to $420 range for April or May departures to Stockholm. Los Angeles is in the $360 to $500 range.

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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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