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How long does a flight from Stockholm to Oakland take?
An average nonstop flight takes 10h 35m, covering a distance of 5357 miles.
How many flights are there between Stockholm and Oakland?
There are 2 (nonstop) flights between Stockholm and Oakland per week, averaging 0 per day.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Stockholm to Oakland?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Norwegian ($564)
Do I need a passport to fly between Stockholm and Oakland?
Yes.
Which airlines fly most frequently between Stockholm and Oakland?
Norwegian (0 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.

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Origin
Stockholm
$564
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$564
Destination
Oakland
$564
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$564
Wed, May 9
ARN
OAK
10h 35m
Mon, May 14
OAK
ARN
10h 05m
Trip: 6 days
6.7GoodShow reviews
Overall 6.7 Good
Based on 20 reviews
Boarding
7.1
Comfort
7.1
Crew
7.6
Entertainment
7.1
Food
6.3
ARN
OAK
Excellent 8.0

The seats were comfy but a bit too narrow. We sat shoulder on shoulder. Leg room was good though

ARN
OAK
Good 7.6

Staff were very helpful and thoughtful during the flight.

Boarding handled poorly, stuff in standing-room-only and they boarded privileged members and families before disabled people, causing those of us who can't stand long to... stand a long time in line.

LGW
LAS
Mediocre 3.0

Flight crew didn’t ask anyone if they wanted a drink for the whole 10+ hrs unless they had pre purchased food.

ARN
OAK
Mediocre 3.3

They had new movies (I watched La La Land a few others). Their entertainment options are good and the in-cabin electronics work well enough.

We have taken 6 trans-atlantic flights with Norwegian, and *all* of them have been delayed by multiple hours. They clearly do not have the operational capabilities to run these long-haul flights. Our most recent flight, for which I am writing this review, was delayed by 5 hours, and on top of that, we had to wait to de-plane for 40 minutes since the small destination airport (OAK) could not handle our arrival simultaneously to another Norwegian flight; they coincided because of our astounding delay. There was no legitimate reason for the 4h45min departure delay--no mechanical issues, no weather problems, no airport issues; it was purely Norwegian failing to have their staff available, or them waiting for other delayed flights to arrive to allow those passengers to transfer. We heard absolutely zero explanation except from the pilot who said was due to Norwegian's "own operating issues". There was no staff at the boarding desk, and after the 5 hour delay, some non-Norwegian-affiliated airport employee just said "ok everyone board", because clearly they needed the gate and the Norwegian staff was dragging their feet. I have never seen anything like it: a whole crowd of disgruntled people heading to the podium with no organization. Fortunately, we were flying from Stockholm and the Swedes were all very reserved about the horrible service. In the cabin, it is no-frills as you would expect, but I continue to be disappointed by a lack of water! I can afford to order bottled water from the snack bar, and we did that, but really water should be delivered to all passengers spending 11 hours on an aircraft. The pre-ordered food was pretty bad and definitely not worth the money that they charge for it. If you compare this to a "real" airline's trans-atlantic flights, there is no comparison: Norwegian's cabin crew is a bunch of amateurs from third world countries; a major airline like Lufthansa actually cares about passenger comfort and makes 2-3 times as many rounds through the cabin to deliver things like water, food, wine, hot towels, etc. I think this will be our sixth and final Norwegian trans-atlantic flight. Within Europe, we have had much better experiences with Norwegian.

JFK
CDG
Excellent 10.0

Pretty good but bring your own food and water

Fri, Feb 9
ARN
OAK
10h 40m
Fri, Feb 16
OAK
ARN
10h 10m
Trip: 8 days
6.7GoodShow reviews
Overall 6.7 Good
Based on 20 reviews
Boarding
7.1
Comfort
7.1
Crew
7.6
Entertainment
7.1
Food
6.3
ARN
OAK
Mediocre 3.3

They had new movies (I watched La La Land a few others). Their entertainment options are good and the in-cabin electronics work well enough.

We have taken 6 trans-atlantic flights with Norwegian, and *all* of them have been delayed by multiple hours. They clearly do not have the operational capabilities to run these long-haul flights. Our most recent flight, for which I am writing this review, was delayed by 5 hours, and on top of that, we had to wait to de-plane for 40 minutes since the small destination airport (OAK) could not handle our arrival simultaneously to another Norwegian flight; they coincided because of our astounding delay. There was no legitimate reason for the 4h45min departure delay--no mechanical issues, no weather problems, no airport issues; it was purely Norwegian failing to have their staff available, or them waiting for other delayed flights to arrive to allow those passengers to transfer. We heard absolutely zero explanation except from the pilot who said was due to Norwegian's "own operating issues". There was no staff at the boarding desk, and after the 5 hour delay, some non-Norwegian-affiliated airport employee just said "ok everyone board", because clearly they needed the gate and the Norwegian staff was dragging their feet. I have never seen anything like it: a whole crowd of disgruntled people heading to the podium with no organization. Fortunately, we were flying from Stockholm and the Swedes were all very reserved about the horrible service. In the cabin, it is no-frills as you would expect, but I continue to be disappointed by a lack of water! I can afford to order bottled water from the snack bar, and we did that, but really water should be delivered to all passengers spending 11 hours on an aircraft. The pre-ordered food was pretty bad and definitely not worth the money that they charge for it. If you compare this to a "real" airline's trans-atlantic flights, there is no comparison: Norwegian's cabin crew is a bunch of amateurs from third world countries; a major airline like Lufthansa actually cares about passenger comfort and makes 2-3 times as many rounds through the cabin to deliver things like water, food, wine, hot towels, etc. I think this will be our sixth and final Norwegian trans-atlantic flight. Within Europe, we have had much better experiences with Norwegian.

LGW
LAS
Mediocre 3.0

Flight crew didn’t ask anyone if they wanted a drink for the whole 10+ hrs unless they had pre purchased food.

ARN
OAK
Okay 5.3

This flight was supposed to be on Dreamliner but there was some scheduling snafu and we actually flew in a plane built in 2000. This thing was OLD. It looked like it was a few minutes of turbulence away from falling apart. All cabin signage was in Portuguese and so were the captions on the movie being played. Every seat had a screen with one channel - the movie channel. There was no other in-flight entertainment, which is not a big deal on short flights but this flight ended up being 11 hours long! Additionally, the flight was delayed by 3 hours. Not to receive a refund of any sort for these inconveniences was absurd to me.

JFK
CDG
Mediocre 3.3

Every little thing had to be purchased. International flights should be better than that. There were so many hidden costs

ARN
OAK
Excellent 10.0

Convenient, reasonable Well staffed and pleasant Boarding handled well

Slight delay on take off

Stockholm to Oakland Flight Information

Avg. Flight Duration 10h 22m
Flights Arrive in Oakland
Flights Depart from Stockholm
Flight Price $564
Distance 5357 miles
Airlines Norwegian
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