Amazing Deal Alert: West Coast to Europe on Norwegian from $404

Jun 15, 2015

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A few weeks ago we wrote about Norwegian offering extremely cheap fares from the West Coast to Europe, and it appears that now there are more great deals to be had. As these flights are operated by Norwegian, passengers are occasionally hit with significant delays, and you’ll pay quite a bit extra for baggage. Not to mention that Norwegian fares don’t earn miles that you can redeem for premium travel on other airlines, so keep these things in mind before booking.

Here are a few flights we found:

Los Angeles (LAX)-Oslo (OSL) for $404 on Norwegian:

Los Angeles (LAX)-Oslo (OSL) for $441 on Norwegian:
Los Angeles (LAX) to Oslo (OSL) for $404 on Norwegian.

Oakland (OAK)-Stockholm (ARN) for $413 on Norwegian:

Oakland to Stockholm for $412 on Norwegian:
Oakland (OAK) to Stockholm (ARN) for $413 on Norwegian.

Los Angeles (LAX)-Copenhagen (CPH) for $485 on Norwegian:

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Los Angeles (LAX) to Copenhagen (CPH) for $485 on Norwegian.

Maximize Your Purchase

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H/T: Loyalty Traveler

If you’re able to score one of these tickets, please share the good news in the comments below!

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