Internal Flights - Scandinavia

Old Mar 25th, 2007, 01:54 PM
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Internal Flights - Scandinavia

In late May, we are planning on flying from Copenhagen to Stockholm to Oslo to Bergen to Copenhagen. (Two weeks total) I heard that SAS has some deal but haven't found it. Any other airlines or tips on internal flights would be appreciated.
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Old Mar 25th, 2007, 01:56 PM
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Have you looked at www.whichbudget.com?
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I suspect you have heard about their travel pass program. I'm not sure where you are starting from but if you purchase a trans atlantic flight from SAS you can then get inexpensive one way flights from them as part of their travel pass program. You don't have to buy the tickets at the same time as your trans-atlantic flight but they need your ticket number as a reference.
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Or looked at www.skyscanner.net?
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Old Mar 26th, 2007, 12:14 PM
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We flew SAS Newark-St. Petersburg and were able to take advantage of their incentive program for overseas travelers to fly inter-Scandinavia for about $70/pp. You need to buy an overseas ticket to qualify. We used it to fly Helsinki-Stockholm. The icing on the cake was that SAS had the best price for the route Newark-St. Pete, so we had incentive enough as it was!!
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I forgot to mention on my previous post that I would recommend you fly into Stockholm and work your way west towards Copenhagen. Open jaw in Scandinavia is not as expensive as you might think. Heck, that way you can even drive/train your way to Copenhagen.
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try this site http://www.wideroe.no/
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Old Apr 26th, 2007, 08:43 AM
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Hi

I think you have to check http://www.sas.com, http://www.norwegian.no .

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Hi

Sorry, but the SAS link was wrong. It should be http://www.sasbraathens.no/

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