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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Oslo?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $104 and $203 for one-way flights to Oslo for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
LGW Oslo Mar 27 - Mar 29 $104
BCN Oslo Apr 22 - Apr 27 $119
MXP Oslo Mar 18 - Mar 22 $167
FCO Oslo Mar 18 - Mar 25 $178
FCO Oslo Mar 18 - Mar 25 $178
STN Sandefjord May 8 - May 11 $180
BCN Sandefjord Apr 18 - Apr 21 $193
FRA Sandefjord May 22 - May 25 $195
FCO Sandefjord Mar 27 - Mar 29 $273
FCO Sandefjord Mar 27 - Mar 29 $273
BHD Oslo Mar 20 - Mar 29 $284
MXP Sandefjord May 22 - May 24 $295
BKK Oslo May 11 - May 25 $510
BKK Sandefjord May 30 - Jun 7 $737
BHD Sandefjord Mar 20 - Mar 29 $2,208
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BCN Oslo Feb 28 - Mar 1 $232
FCO Oslo Feb 28 - Mar 1 $249
FCO Oslo Feb 28 - Mar 1 $249
MXP Oslo Feb 28 - Mar 1 $254
FCO Sandefjord Feb 29 - Mar 2 $504
FCO Sandefjord Feb 29 - Mar 2 $504
MXP Sandefjord Feb 28 - Mar 1 $553
SIN Oslo Mar 1 - Mar 5 $591
BKK Oslo Feb 28 - Mar 7 $605
FRA Sandefjord Feb 28 - Mar 1 $718
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Oslo Flight Information

Traveling toOslo
Lowest Price$104
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingNorwegian Air International Ltd, Vueling Airlines, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, SAS, KLM, British Airways, Emirates, Aer Lingus
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Airlines with Direct Flights

FAQs about Oslo Flights

Which airlines fly to Oslo?

When it comes to booking your flight, it's good to have a few different companies to choose from. A total of 11 carriers fly to Oslo, including:

  • Japan Transocean Air
  • SriLankan Airlines
  • SAS
What airport is best to fly into Oslo?

There's no risk of your cab driver going to the wrong airport in Oslo, as there's only one operating in the city. Oslo Airport (OSL-Gardermoen) is around 22 miles (35 kilometers) from the downtown area.

Where to stay in Oslo

Oslo is such a vibrant city with a wealth of things to do and places to see. And to experience them all you'll need someplace comfortable to lay your head. There are 165 properties to choose from in this buzzing national capital.

Your vacation is here! It's the perfect time to splurge on the finer things in life. Make a reservation at the Comfort Hotel Grand Central or the Clarion Hotel The Hub and enjoy first-class service and a stylish room. That said, you don't go on vacation to stay in your room all week. If you want a cheaper option, consider the Saga Poshtel Oslo Central or the Perminalen Hotel.

With a number of places to stay close to Oslo Opera House, Gamle Oslo, you'll be able to truly enjoy this world-famous attraction while being only a walk from a cozy bed! The Comfort Hotel Xpress Central Station and the Comfort Hotel Grand Central are a couple of our suggestions.

Places to visit in Oslo

With so many iconic attractions in Oslo, you might have to tell your boss you need an extra week off. Begin with Royal Palace and Oslo Opera House. You'd also be crazy to miss out on seeing the Munch Museum and the Viking Ship Museum.

Experience the fabulous flavors of this city by exploring places like the National Gallery and the Kon Tiki Museum. If you've got a little more time up your sleeve, Frogner Park and the Nobel Peace Center are worth visiting too.

At Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park, beautiful sculptures rest among the foliage of greenery and flowers. Need some more ideas? Visitors to this area tend to enjoy Akershus Fortress. Arrange a tour for a closer look. But there's more. Watch as neighbors talk to each other, or simply take a break from the daily grind at Aker Brygge.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Oslo

These clever tips and pointers about airport security will save you a lot of time and energy on your way to Oslo:

  • Make sure you know the location of your travel ID and boarding pass. You don't want to hold up the line when you're asked to present them.
  • Take off your belt, jewellery and shoes before approaching the airport security checkpoint. Items like these are not allowed in the body scanner.
  • Digital cameras, laptops and other electronic devices must be placed in separate bins to be X-rayed.
  • When you approach the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to put all gels, liquids and creams in a separate tray for inspection. Make sure they're all in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Safety boots and other heavy shoes are likely to be X-rayed. Consider wearing lightweight sneakers instead.
  • Pack any multi-tools or other dangerous items inside your checked luggage. Airport security won't permit such things in carry-on baggage.

Flights To Oslo

As the breathtaking Oslo Fjord winds north from the Skagerrak Strait, mountainous islands extend from the water and cliffs tower on either side like a scene from “Lord of the Rings.” In Oslo, you can sip on local spruce juice and dine on fresh seafood as you admire these seemingly unexplored vistas just a stone’s throw away. Fly into Oslo’s Gardermoen Airport (OSL) for amazing landscapes and maritime culture like no other (Vikings, anyone?).

Transportation From OSL

Your flight to Oslo will land 30 miles north of the city center, but convenient transportation options abound. If your destination lies elsewhere, book a hotel near Gardermoen Airport and get some rest before continuing your journey on one of the many trains running to other parts of the country. To get into the city, take the Airport Express train to Central Station; for a slower but cheaper ride, the bus from the airport is a good option. Rental cars are available on the arrivals level, as are taxis; see the taxi information desk to book a cab, but be aware that they can be expensive. While cheap flights to Oslo leave you plenty of krone, there are better ways to get around. Once you’re in the city, get rid of the gas guzzler and rent a bike with the city’s convenient public bike service. You can also embrace the maritime theme and take ferries to many local attractions or go island-hopping in the bay.

Explore the Tigerstaden

Oslo’s odd nickname of “The City of Tigers” is just the beginning of the unexpected folklore and history you’ll find in this off-the-beaten-path vacation gem. Make another special discovery with Travelocity’s great deals on flights to Oslo. Bundle and save with our Oslo vacation packages and get ready for the endless summer—for a few months each year, the sun never sets on Norway.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.