Scandinavian Airlines is celebrating 70 years of flying to and from the U.S. by offering free flights to children.
Generally, children over the age of two have to travel with their own ticket which sometimes means upwards of $1,000. But, with flights booked before January 23 children up the age of 11 can fly for free as long as the parents cover their taxes, which is somewhere around $50.
The travel dates must fall between February 7 and April 9.
The airline flies from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, New York, Washington D.C., and Miami to destinations in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark like Stockholm, Helsinki, Oslo, Trondheim, and Tromsø.