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You can fly from Los Angeles or San Francisco to Copenhagen from $309 roundtrip on Star Alliance member and partner Air Canada, via Toronto onboard a Boeing 787.
Key things to know about this fare:
- Travel is permitted Tuesday or Saturday only for each transatlantic flight.
- You can depart the US March 28 through April 6, October 29 through December 14, or December 24 through end of schedule. Your return must be March 28 through April 7, October 30 through January 1.
- A 28 day advance purchase is required which satisfies the earliest travel date of March 28 at this point making this redundant.
- 7 day minimum stay required, and there’s a $300 change fee.
$359 fares are bookable most anywhere:
To drop the price the additional $50, you need to book via airfare metasearch site Momondo.
Copenhagen, copyright: waeske / 123RF Stock Photo
These are $7 base fares in each direction so you know it doesn’t get much cheaper than this, the bulk of the cost is a $250 fuel surcharge and taxes.
Denmark is going to be super cold when this fare is available, but you can use this fare to position to Europe and catch a Norwegian, easyJet, or Ryanair cheap fare beyond to elsewhere in Europe.
(HT: Secret Flying)