Dec042017

Lufthansa $290-$349 ARN, CPH, OSL to LAX/SFO and better flights

Some of my most ticketed routes are Scandinavia to California tickets. Lufthansa Airlines has round trip tickets from Stockholm to Los Angeles and San Francisco at $290 round trip, Oslo $298-$346 and Copenhagen $348. SkyTeam and Oneworld also have discounted fares and may offer a better deal, especially if you are not one to travel light.

Stockholm ARN – Los Angeles LAX $292

Stockholm ARN – San Francisco SFO $290

Copenhagen CPH – Los Angeles LAX $349

Copenhagen CPH – San Francisco SFO $348

Oslo OSL – Los Angeles LAX $298

Oslo OSL – San Francisco SFO $346

Warning: The lowest fares are Lufthansa Economy Light fares allowing only 8kg carry on bag. The cost for one checked bag is about $60 each way.

Low Fare Departure dates:

Jan-Apr; Oct $290-$349 lowest fares

May-June; Aug-Sep  $373-$441

Stockholm ARN – Los Angeles

Lufthansa Airlines 

Stockholm ARN – Frankfurt FRA – San Francisco SFO – FRA – ARN

2,441 SEK ($290.02 USD)  Tue Apr 10 – Thu Apr 19

ARN-SFO $290 LH Apr10-19

Lufthansa Economy Light one carry on bag fees:

1,004 SEK ($119.28 USD) round trip.

ARN-SFO LH economy light checked bag fees

Lufthansa ARN-SFO round trip with checked bag

$419.30 round trip = 3,445 SEK

An alternative ticketing option is to simply book a United or Air Canada ticket with free checked bag.

KLM Airlines Stockholm – San Francisco 3,169 SEK round trip

Stockholm ARN – Amsterdam AMS – San Francisco SFO – AMS – ARN

$377 round trip = 3,169 SEK Tue Apr 10 – Thu Apr 19

Check-in baggage included

  • On this flight you may bring 1 Piece(s) of check-in baggage
  • On this flight you may bring hand baggage for free.

ARN-SFO $377 KL Apr10-19

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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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