This airline offers cheaper fares to Europe for travelers between 12 and 25
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If you ask most U.S. travelers, they’ll tell you they’re interested in cheaper fares to Europe. Who wouldn’t be?

For travelers between and including the ages of 12 and 25, one place to look for those cheaper fares to Europe is Scandinavian Airlines’s (aka SAS’s) Youth Tickets page. In short, the airline offers “special rates exclusive to travelers between 12 and 25 years old,” all of which include carbon offsets in the price. The flight search tool on the page returns these special rates as they are available. Just enter your cities and dates to see your options. You can book them online like any other fares, with the caveat that your ID must prove that you are in the allotted age bracket.

Roundtrip Youth Tickets to/from Copenhagen, for example, can be currently be found for $341.32 to/from Chicago (ORD)…

…and $361.32 to/from Newark (EWR).

In the U.S., SAS flies out of Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. For a full list of SAS destinations, see this page (or just pop a city into the Youth Tickets search tool).

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