Book a Roundtrip International Flight for Under $600


Looking for cheaper flights can be difficult especially when flying international. There are so many airlines to choose from and the roundtrip flights can add up. When I first heard of being able to book roundtrip flights for under $600 internationally, I didn’t believe it, especially because I had just paid $1,600 dollars to get to Italy last year. Norwegian airlines has direct flights, free Wi-Fi, frequent flyer rewards, SMS tickets, flexible tickets, a low airfare calendar, centrally located airports, direct flights, direct to gate check in, frequent departures, in-flight entertainment, centrally located airports, new aircraft, numerous additional options at a fair cost, and a campaign to reduce emission by 30 percent during the next year. They also offer car rentals, hotel deals, and travel tips for where you might be heading.

Airports in the U.S.

The airports they fly out of from the U.S. are Florida- Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Florida-Orlando (MCO), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK), and San Francisco (OAK).

Is there a catch?

If not being provided free meals throughout the flight is a deal breaker for you then maybe you should reconsider taking Norwegian Airlines. In terms of luggage, the only luggage that is included within the ticket price is one piece of hand baggage. Checked baggage can be purchased for an additional cost (which might help you pack lighter!). Meals are not included within the flight, but meals can be pre-purchased and seat reservations can be pre-purchased as well.

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What airlines are you accustomed to taking? Would you consider using Norwegian Airlines for your next flight? Let me know in the comments section below!

  • Felix

    You must have been very lucky or else have travelled off-peak. Or is your blog a form of disguised advertising for Norwegian? I’ve just checked return flight to/from Hamburg, Germany, out of Fort Lauderdale, leaving in July and returning in August. The fares for the outbound leg range from a low of $628 to a high of $837, while those for the inbound leg run from $287 to $1,199 (I’ve omitted the cents in all cases). It would be interesting to learn from your blog what time of year you travelled, what your departure and return airports were, and how you got a return fare for less than $600.

  • Joe Airfare

    Either you’re writing this because you have a friend at Norwegian, or you just really have no idea about how to find good airfares.

    I just looked at a flight from LAX to Germany in off-peak on Norwegian and it’s >$1000. That’s far worse than a simple Kayak search would give you.

    I don’t get how your “secret” to getting lower fares is to shun modern travel search technology and basically revert to what travel agents did 15 years ago (and go to a single vendor).

  • Pamela

    Your blog on Norwegian Airlines tell of the airports they use. I don’t live in any of those places. Do you have any deals flying out of PIT (Pittsburgh, PA)