Premium economy flights to Europe for less than $1,300 are being offered by multiple airlines.

You can fly to a number of European destinations at a discounted rate with this deal. The cost of a premium economy ticket to these cities can be much higher.

The travel dates are from January to March. The featured cities are some of Europe's most popular tourist destinations, so flights will fill up and prices will change. Grab this deal as quickly as possible.

Sunrise view of London in autumn. KARL HENDON/GETTY IMAGES

Deal basics

Other airlines include United Airlines. Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Newark, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and other cities are on these routes. If you want to book directly with the airline of your choice, you need to search for and find the best dates with the internet. There are travel dates from January to March. There will be a book by the next two days.

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Sample flights

Many of the cheapest flights are found on the West Coast, so if you're looking for a cheap flight, you'll find it on the West Coast.

We've found some flights we like.

  • Scandinavian Airlines: O'Hare International Airport (ORD) to Heathrow Airport (LHR), starting at $746 (includes a layover in Stockholm).
  • Scandinavian Airlines: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Bergen Airport (BGO), starting at $827 (includes a layover in Copenhagen).
  • SAS: LAX to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), starting at $870 (includes a layover in Copenhagen).
  • Icelandair: Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Copenhagen Airport (CPH), starting at $967 (includes a layover in Reykjavik).
  • Scandinavian Airlines: Miami International Airport (MIA) to Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN), starting at $1,290 (includes a layover in Copenhagen).
  • United: Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Geneva Airport (GVA), starting at $1,197.

Airlines are more reliable in the event of a cancellation, delay or booking change, so we recommend you purchase your tickets directly from the airline you prefer.

The cheapest option is the SAS flight from Chicago to London at 4p.m.

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The cheapest option for returning flights is the SAS flight on March 3 at 9:55 a.m.


It is possible to find lower prices on the airline's website due to third party options. The cheapest flight from London to Chicago was $714, but if you were to book on the SAS website, it would be $746. The sticker price is from a third party.



Premium economy deals to Europe have less restrictions than basic economy ones. SAS Plus Smart fares include a carry-on and checked luggage. Priority boarding and free wi-fi are included in the fare.


SAS charges an additional $85 fee each way if you want to add another bag, so you'll have to pay $170 to check two bags.


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Bottom line

Many of the deals below $1,000 for premium economy make them worth booking. Premium economy doesn't have the same limitations as basic economy so you can fly to Europe in some comfort.


You can take a vacation to London or Switzerland with this deal. There's a lot to see and do in Europe and you can't go wrong with any of the options.