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Los Angeles to Stockholm direct

Take off from March 14 2016 with daily departures

Fly to Stockholm and beyond

Timetable:
Daily departures from Los Angeles (SK940) at 14.15 arriving at Arlanda 10.00.
Daily departures from Arlanda (SK939) at 09.50 arriving in Los Angeles 12.15.

With daily departures the direct flight from Los Angeles to Stockholm is conveniently served by connections from Honolulu Las Vegas, San Diego, Tucson, Phoenix, Monterey, Sacramento and throughout Europe to Helsinki, Zurich, Riga, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and London. We fly to Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) – our hub in Sweden, connecting to the rest of Scandinavia and Europe is easy with SAS. You can always find a flight to match your schedule.

NEW CABINS, THREE SERVICE CLASSES & MUCH MORE

Enjoy SAS new long-haul experience in new cabins introduced during 2015.


Always with SAS to Europe:

  • Daily departures Los Angeles - Stockholm
  • 24-hour cancellation policy
  • 50 lbs/23 kg checked bag included
  • EuroBonus points
  • No hidden fees

The list of things to do in Stockholm could be made endless and there are more than a hundred attractions to choose from. To make it easier we have picked out the Stockholm highlights for you. Click here and find out! An insiders tips – when you are getting around, don’t miss the art in the Subway. The Stockholm subway system is said to be the world's longest art exhibition. Also, did you know that you too can experience the city in the spirit of Alfred Nobel, see a list of Nobel Attractions.

Thanks to being built on 14 islands and with barely any high-rise buildings, Stockholm has a unique landscape. It’s mostly church spires that pierce through the otherwise almost unobstructed skyline. Grab your camera and the hand of someone you like and head to one of these outlooks for breathtaking city views. Here are the best views.

Visiting Stockholm in winter? Go skiing on one of the city's slopes, glide around a classic ice-skating rink, or join a guided long-distance skating tour across Lake Mälaren. Here are some tips for a wonderful winter.

Winter is also the time to watch the northern lights in Sweden. On more than one traveller’s list of things to do before you die, you’ll find ‘See the northern lights’ jotted down. Rightfully so – these lights are one of nature’s most jaw-dropping displays. Here are the best places to watch them in Sweden. If you’re not convinced, here are 10 reasons to spend winter in sweden.

 

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