Norwegian, the third largest low-cost airline in Europe, is celebrating its new fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners with some crazy low rates. The new aircraft will be flying nonstop between Stockholm and New York's JFK Airport three times a week, and round-trip fares are going for as low as $391. For less than the cost of a West Coast getaway, a trip would be worth it even for just a long winter weekend.
Rates are best for the next two months. Currently, we're seeing departures in January at $153.60 for one-way fares, which inch up to $249.60 for the bulk of February. You'd be able to snag the return leg of the journey for $237.30 during this time. In March and April, lots of departures are still available for $249.60, though return flights are largely $285.30.
These prices include all taxes and surcharges, but there's a $7 fee for credit card payments, and it's another $9 for seat reservations. Considering the sweet deal on the base fare and the long-haul nature of the flight, we say go for it. Learn more about Sweden and the 787 Dreamliners here; book a flight here.