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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 $93 and $283 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 Aug 16 - Aug 23 $93
MXP Oslo Jul 15 - Jul 22 $132
BCN Oslo Jul 6 - Jul 13 $143
FCO Oslo Jul 15 - Sep 7 $153
FCO Oslo Jul 15 - Sep 7 $153
FRA Oslo Jul 13 - Jul 20 $185
FCO Sandefjord Aug 28 - Sep 4 $279
FCO Sandefjord Aug 28 - Sep 4 $279
LHR Sandefjord Sep 16 - Sep 19 $280
FRA Sandefjord Jul 2 - Jul 3 $364
BKK Oslo Sep 7 - Jan 17 $607
SIN Oslo Aug 7 - Sep 4 $909
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
FRA Oslo Jun 25 - Aug 1 $235
BKK Oslo Jun 26 - Jul 4 $615
FRA Sandefjord Jun 25 - Aug 1 $657
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Oslo Flight Information

Traveling toOslo
Lowest Price$93
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingTAP Portugal
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FAQs about Oslo Flights

Can I catch a flight to Oslo at the moment?

For the most up-to-date and complete information regarding flights bound for Oslo, visit the Covid-19 Travel Advisor. All you need to know about current quarantine requirements and travel restrictions is here in one handy place.

Which airlines fly to Oslo?

Planning a trip to Oslo? There are 18 airlines that service this lively city. Here are some of the most popular carriers:

  • SAS
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • Wideroe
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What airport is best to fly into Oslo?

Don't get hit with a hefty cab fare to your accommodations after touching down in Oslo. The city is serviced by two airports. Look up the flights to both to determine which one works best for you. Oslo Airport (OSL-Gardermoen) is 22 mi from the hustle and bustle downtown, while Sandefjord Airport is approximately 53 mi away.

Where to stay in Oslo

Experiencing the true essence of Oslo, the heart and capital of Norway, begins with booking somewhere to stay. With 570 properties available with Travelocity, finding the perfect base for your next grand adventure is easy.

There's nothing quite as exciting as being so close to a phenomenal attraction. Fortunately, the Barcode City Apartment and the Autogenerated With Testaway are only a short stroll from Oslo Opera House. Book now and grab the perfect one for you!

Places to visit in Oslo

With several renowned attractions in Oslo, you're going to want to take a pair of walking shoes. First on your travel schedule should be a journey to Oslo Opera House, and Karl Johan Gate. After that, you might need to pick up the pace a bit as you can't take off without swinging by Royal Palace, and Munch Museum.

So much to see and so little time. If you want to discover the best this city has to offer, add Oslo Cathedral, and Norwegian Resistance Museum to your travel itinerary. If you have an extra day, try to stop by Akershus Fortress, and Oslo City Hall as well.

Check out the schedule of events at Rockefeller Music Hall. This dedicated concert venue will surely have a show you'll be eager to attend. Need some more ideas? Find out what matches are being hosted at Ullevaal Stadium. And there's more. Bislett Stadium often hosts electrifying games for you to watch.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Oslo

If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport cafes and less time wading through security on your way to Oslo, just follow these helpful tips:

  • Make sure you know the whereabouts of your boarding pass and passport. You don't want to hold up the line when you're asked to produce them.
  • Belts, wallets and wrist watches must be placed in a tub for X-raying. If you pass through the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be turned around and requested to remove them.
  • All laptops need to be taken out of their cases and placed in a tub before X-raying.
  • When you get to the security checkpoint, you'll be asked to put all gels, liquids and creams in a separate bin for inspection. Make sure they're all in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and sealed in a clear zip-lock bag.
  • Consider the type of footwear you want to fly in. Slippers are awesome because they're a cinch to slip out of for the airport security checks. Try wearing some on your next journey!
  • Some destinations have strict biosecurity laws. Consider where you're going to and whether or not you're allowed to travel with fruit and meats.

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.