Star Alliance member and United partner Scandinavian Airlines has a base far of $69.50 each way between Los Angeles and Denmark.
The fare is available for travel commencing September 19 and valid for departures through May 31. You must return by June 7 of next year. A Saturday night stay is required, and the fare carries a $300 change fee.
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This is available to book anywhere from $494 roundtrip, and broadly available:
Here’s a sample itinerary, flying United to Dulles and connecting to SAS’ Washington Dulles – Copenhagen flight.
This ticket is more than half fuel surcharges, even though the fuel surcharges are relatively reasonable for European travel, since the base fare is so low.
Similar pricing is available to Billund or AAlborg in Denmark as well.
(HT: The Flight Deal)
2) Can we just pay the base fare or do we have to pay the taxes? If we have to pay the taxes, why not just quote the whole price? You sound like a hotel not mentioning the resort fee.
Yesterday some really low fares appeared on my Google Flights saved search. West Coast to Europe, connecting to a small European city where I’ve never seen a fare war, for $625. Even for winter, that’s a very low price.
The current fare war is the largest I’ve seen. It makes spending miles for coach travel seem pointless, even as spending miles for premium cabin travel seems impossibly difficult. Chase may be doing me a favor by slowing me down with their 5/24 rule.
i live in the midwest. how about some low fares from Chicago?