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Norwegian LAX/LAS/OAK to Stockholm $322 round trip, Oslo $325, Copenhagen $361 nonstop Nov-Feb

Low cost carrier Norwegian Airlines drops ticket prices from Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Oakland down to $179 one-way for nonstop flights to Stockholm, Sweden $322 round trip; Oslo, Norway $325 round trip; Copenhagen, Denmark $361 round trip for departures on limited dates November to February. Oakland OAK has nonstop flights at $322 round trip to Stockholm, however, fares are about $40 to $60 more for Copenhagen and Oslo as these require one-stop routes via Stockholm. Las Vegas and Los Angeles offer nonstop flights to Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm.

Yesterday I posted low $399 round trip fares from WOW Air for LAX-Copenhagen CPH and Norwegian low fares to these same Scandinavian cities from New York JFK.

Loyalty Traveler – Norwegian $139 one way JFK-Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen Nov-March (Aug 24).

One-way fares are $179 from LAX to these three cities and the price difference is the one-way fare difference back to Los Angeles at $143 Stockholm ARN – LAX, $146 Oslo OSL – LAX and $182 Copenhagen CPH – LAX.

Norwegian Air Los Angeles LAX – Stockholm, Sweden ARN (nonstop)

$179.00 one way  Tue Nov 15

LAX-ARN $179 DY Nov 15

Total ticket price is lower when you purchase two one-way tickets and buy the Sweden-LAX ticket on Norwegian’s Swedish website.

Norwegian Stockholm ARN – Los Angeles LAX

1199 SEK ($142.66 USD)  Mon Nov 21

ARN-LAX $143ow DY Nov 21

Norwegian Los Angeles LAX – Copenhagen CPH

$361 round trip  Wed Nov 16 – Wed Nov 23

LAX-CPH $361 DY Nov16-23

I covered Norwegian bag fees and seat fees in the article about Norwegian Air fares from JFK to CPH I wrote yesterday. In short, you can pay about $150 on a round trip ticket to add self-selected seat, one checked bag and meals. Or pack only a 22 lb. carry-on, another under seat bag, bring your own food and drink and gamble on an airline selected seat for free and the total price is $361 round trip.

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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