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Fly to Stockholm from LA for $500 or less?

No seriously. I booked my flight already, leaving on the 22nd (yes, this Saturday), and it cost me $550 including carry on luggage, some travel insurance, and a seat selected on the way home. I do have a hotel cost in Iceland on my way there of $70. I’m not crying about it though.

So yes, my bags are packed, and I can’t wait to get to Stockholm and give you guys some real updates about life in Sweden (I will be heading back to the US after 2 weeks of Swedish awesomeness).

Ok, so enough, who is this awesome airline that is offering this great deal? It is WOW Airline out of Iceland. Easy enough to remember with an amazing deal like that.

WOW Airlines

So cheap airlines can be cheap, I don’t except amazing service paying $550 to fly across the world. I will let you guys know how it goes. (This isn’t a paid advertisement for them, it is only for you, my awesome fans, who want to get away and go to Sweden.) And if any of you are in Stockholm when I am (the last week of April), maybe we can meet up for a fika!

2 Comments

  1. N. Johansson
    August 19, 2017 at 17:54 — Reply

    Depending on the timing and advance booking I have found comparable fares on Norwegian Air Shuttle (non-stop LA to Stockholm, $539) and British Air (LA to Stockholm via London, $505).

  2. Erik
    August 29, 2017 at 13:34 — Reply

    I live in Detroit area and just flew to Sweden for my relatives kräftskiva. I took Norwegian NYC to Stockholm – About $300 for their second tier service that included gourmet meal, check-in bag and reserved seat. Traveled for three weeks in a Hertz Volvo V60 for $600 (insurance included) booked on autoeurope. Flew back on WOW from Copenhagen to Chicago for about $300. With WOW you pay for any drinks/food you don’t bring with you. No complaints about service. Will recommend and use them again myself. Wish domestic flights were cheaper so I wouldn’t have to use Greyhound (unable to sleep on the bumpy roads).

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SwedishFreak

Hilary lived two years in Norrland, Sweden (Northern Sweden) and fell in love with the country. While she now lives in a place that is the complete opposite of Sweden (Arizona), she constantly tries to bring Sweden to the desert.