Cheap flights: Denmark and Sweden from $929 return

Andrew Munro 19 April 2017 NEWS

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Visit Scandinavia's best for less.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Thai Airways is flying around the world, from Australia to Stockholm and Copenhagen, at prices that are very hard to beat. In fact, if any airline is going to match these prices it's probably also going to be Thai Airways in a previous sale. As a bonus, these also include meals and 30kg of baggage so the price you see is the price you can get.

There's hardly been a better time to visit Sweden on a budget either, so with these flights and those exchange rates, 2017 might be the best year to get over to Scandinavia.

Fortunately, the dates are accommodating. Flights are for an extensive period of May to October, giving you a nice, big window. There's no set end date for this sale, but who can say how fast it might fill up. To get the dates you want, sooner is always better.


Flights to Sweden

  • Perth to Stockholm - $939 return
  • Melbourne to Stockholm - $960 return
  • Brisbane to Stockholm - $988 return
  • Sydney to Stockholm - $992 return

Flights to Denmark

  • Perth to Copenhagen - $929 return
  • Melbourne to Copenhagen - $968 return
  • Sydney to Copenhagen - $981 return

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