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Super deal on airfares from LAX to Copenhagen, Gothenbug and Stockholm

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There are currently (as I post) some excellent airfares available from Los Angeles to Copenhagen, Gothenburg and Stockholm. I just got LAX - CPH late Sept - early Oct for $545. It was on Air Canada, one stop in Toronto, travel times: 13.5 hours going and 15.5 returning. Coach of course. Still very good -- you can rarely fly across the US for that price these days.

Anyway, I'm just sharing this in case some of you in the LA area are contemplating a getaway this fall. The fares are rapidly disappearing. All the cities I mentioned were available from $500 - $600 when I started looking about 2 hours ago but the cheapest Stockholm is now $700- $800 (still pretty good).

The dates are Sept, Oct, Nov and Dec, 2014. You have to be flexible to find the best fares.

I scoped them on itasoftware matrix: http://matrix.itasoftware.com/ after initially following a lead on travelzoo that presented this link: http://www.fly.com/Deal/?Id=LAX032614B&utm_source=tzoo&utm_medium=tlnnnn&utm_campaign=LAX032614B&v=2

If using matrix, under "Dates" select "see calendar for lowest fares" and enter the earliest date you are willing to travel. Under "Length of stay" select the number of nights you want to stay -- or for better results a range (e.g. "7-11").

The calendar will show prices for a 30 day period. You can modify the search to bring up another 30 days by adjusting your departing date.

Purchases are made when you select a satisfactory fare and are then directed to the designated airline's or travel agency's website. (I always like to purchase directly from the airline).

Good luck.

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