When Hell freezes over. $350 flights to Helsinki from the USA.

I’ve never been to Finland, but if you do go (how can you say no to a $373 flight all the way from Los Angeles?), my friends who have been compiled a few suggestions for you:

1) Always accept an invitation to sauna with Finns.
2) Never challenge a Finn to a drinking contest. You might die (but if you survive you could make friends for life).
3) Go hiking in the woods around Helsinki! The capital of Finland is quite woodsy. So is the rest of the country.
4) Bring the warmest clothing you have, because the winter in Finland is brutal (probably a good reason for these insanely low prices).

If you book one of these flights, tell me! If you have any other questions, let me know.

Flight from Los Angeles to Helsinki:
Feb 6-14 on Norwegian for $373 if you book directly from the Norwegian, not US website.

Flight from New York City to Helsinki:
Feb 13-21 on Finnair for $390 if you book directly from the airline. Or book the same flight on DoHop for $353.

Flight from Oakland to Helsinki:
Feb 13-22 on Norwegian for $370 if you book directly from the Norwegian, not US website.

Flight from Seattle to Helsinki:
Feb 14-22 on Finnair and American for $469 if you book directly from the airline. Or book a similar flight on DoHop for $441.

Flight from Washington, D.C. to Helsinki:
Feb 21-28 on Finnair and American for $457 if you book directly from the airlines (with 2 stops each way). Or book a one-stop flight with British Airways on DoHop for $421.


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