$97 One-Way Flights From Los Angeles to Stockholm Sweden – Select Days

**Update, remaining days are now $48 one-way. Use google.com/flights to find your one-way from LAX to ARN**

There are rarely times that I tell people not to think before they spend money, but this is one of those times. You can fly non-stop from Los Angeles to Stockholm Sweden in March for $97 dollars one-way. This is a flash sale and will not last long. Any time an airline operates flights in or out of the USA, they must allow you to cancel the flight within 24 hours of booking with no penalty (if booked 24 hours before departure in the case of SAS Airlines). Use this benefit to your advantage. If you see a date that may work, book now and figure the rest out tonight.


SAS A330
SAS A330


There are some pretty decent flight dates in March for this $97 rate. You will be flying SAS Airlines on an Airbus A330 or A340. You can watch a video tour of the A330 interior on YouTube. These two planes are configured in a 2-4-2 seating configuration and offer in-seat power ports and seat-back video (on most flights). You can check out the seat map and amenities of the A330, here.





I like to use google.com/flights to find the best dates and prices. From Google Flights you can click the link to book the ticket once you have found your preferred date. For a return flight, you can fly discounted fares on Norwegian Air from either Oslo, Stockholm, or Copenhagen. Norwegian Air flies non-stop to Oakland, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Las Vegas. Learn more about Norwegian Airlines, here.


I found a $222 round-trip on Priceline for the sample dates of 3/14 through 3/27.


$222 Round-trip
$222 Round-trip


If you don’t live in Los Angeles, you can try to use positioning flights to get to Los Angeles and still save money in the long run. You are able to visit Europe for 90 days Visa-free, so feel free to visit other countries and return from whichever one makes the most sense.


So what are you waiting for, book now and cancel tonight if it doesn’t make sense! Enjoy.




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