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Amazing deal: New York, Boston or Los Angeles to Oslo flight roundtrip as low as $248.

DEPART:
New York, Boston or Los Angeles, USA

ARRIVE:
Oslo, Norway

RETURN:
New York, Boston or Los Angeles, USA

AVAILABILITY: 2017

From New York
Departures: January 20, 26, 27, February 2, 3
Returns: January 26, 27, 29, 31, February 2, 3, 5

From Boston (2016)
Departures: September 9, 12, October (Monday, Friday)
Returns: September 13, 20, October (Monday, Friday)

From Los Angeles
Departures: mid of January – February (Monday, Friday)
Returns: mid of January – February (Monday, Friday)

Note, that Norwegian air has carry-on bag 10 kg (22 lbs), Size: 55 x 40 x 23 cm and one small personal item on board included in fare. This could be a little handbag or a slim laptop case that fits comfortably under the seat in front of you. You can read more about Norwegian’s baggage allowances here. Travel on light, save on airfare!

Far away ticket, still already available to book.

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Norwegian

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