Going to a restaurant where kids eat for free is great, but flying to Europe on an airline where children fly for free is even better!

Parents have until May 13 to book flights on Scandinavian Airlines for travel to destinations like Oslo, Stockholm, and Copenhagen from stateside cities like Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Washington D.C., and Boston without paying the base fare for passengers between the ages of 2 and 11. A paying adult is required to fly with the children, but don’t worry about the cost of flights for adults because round-trip flights can be found for as little as $496 on the airline. The travel period runs from August 20 to March 30, 2019, so this deal is great for families that want to take one last vacation before school starts in the fall or for those that want to spend the holidays in Scandinavia.

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To take advantage of this deal, head to the Scandinavian Airlines website and use the “Low Price Calendar” tool to find the best deals on travel from your departure city to your desired location. Once you input how many adults and children under the age of 11 will be flying, the price for the children’s base airfare will be waived, though you must still pay taxes and fees for the seat.