Flights to Europe Are Fantastically Cheap Right Now
There are cheap fares from several U.S. cities to top European destinations, including the Faroe Islands, right now.
According to Scott’s Cheap Flights, a round-trip flight to European locales like Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm will run you a little over $400 from seven U.S. cities. The lower fares are generally available for travel between October 2018 and March 2019, including Thanksgiving on some routes.
Chicago-based fliers can find fares in the $400s to nine destinations, including Lisbon, Paris and Oslo. Travelers in the D.C. area can snag flights to Amsterdam for $497, while Bostonians can head to the Faroe Islands for $499 round-trip.
Los Angeles and San Francisco-based fliers can get to Helsinki for $439 and $467 round-trip, respectively.
Here’s the full list of discounted European destinations: Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Krakow, Lisbon, Oslo, Paris, Sorvagur and Stockholm. Note that your origin point might not have availability to every city listed above, and only a few of the routes offer direct or nonstop flights.
Travelers interested in scoring a cheap flight to Europe this fall should use Google Flights to find the most affordable options from their departure city. Scott’s Cheap Flights notes that the airlines offering discounted fares include United and Scandinavian Airlines. Google Flights is also turning up cheap flights on Icelandair and WOW Air. WOW Air is a budget airline, so be prepared for seat selections, baggage, and food and drink to cost extra.