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Amazing deal: San Francisco to Oslo or Stockholm flights roundtrip as low as $319.

DEPART:
San Francisco, USA

ARRIVE:
Oslo, Stockholm

RETURN:
San Francisco, USA

AVAILABILITY: 

To Oslo, Norway for $372 R/T
Departure: October 11, 18
Return: October 18, 25

With the lowest in January-Ferbuary.

To Stockholm, Sweden for $319 R/T
Departure: September – November (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), January – March (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
Return: September – November (Monday, Wednesday), January – March (Monday, Wednesday, 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!

Due to a recent GBP devaluation, booking fares in GBP has become more affordable. We have shared links in GBP for convenience. Do not forget to use a credit card without foreign transaction fees!

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