Deal alert: London to Norway for the Northern Lights from £34 return

Oct 23, 2019

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Fly to Tromsø, Norway this winter to hopefully get a glimpse of the Northern Lights with cheap fares from Wizz Air. You can fly with the low-cost carrier from London Luton (LTN) to Tromsø (TOS) from just £34 return.

The cheapest fares are from December 2019 to February 2020 — peak season for getting the best views of Aurora Borealis. Even better is that these flights are to the self-proclaimed “Aurora Capital of the World” in Tromsø.

To search, head directly to Wizz Air’s website. Enter LTN as your origin and TOS as your destination, then select the ‘Flexible on Dates?’ option. Scroll through the calendar to find dates and prices that work best for you, and then book directly with the airline.

Keep in mind that Wizz Air is a low-cost carrier, so you’ll be charged extra for things like baggage— especially with bulky winter clothes.

Airline: Wizz Air
Routes: LTN to TOS
Cost: £34+ return
Travel Dates: December 2019 – February 2020

Here are a couple of examples of what you can book:

London (LTN) to Tromsø (TOS) for £34 return:

London (LTN) to Tromsø (TOS) for £44 return:

H/T: Secret Flying

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