Find the cheapest flight to Oslo

Oslo is home to the primary international airport in Norway – Oslo Airport Gardermoen (airport code OSL) – although it is actually located 48km from the city.

Oslo’s airport serves as a hub for Scandinavian Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle as well as a focus for Sterling and Widerøe – a list of all the airlines serving Gardermoen is here and a flight tracker can be found here. Terminal maps are available on this page (click on the link on the bottom right. You’ll be asked to download a PDF file). WiFi is available throughout the terminal for a fee, and a left luggage facility is near the train station in the arrivals hall. You can see all of your shopping and dining options on this page, including information about the Duty Free shop at Gardermoen – the largest Duty Free shop in Europe. Ground transportation choices include train, bus, and taxi, which are listed at the top of this page. The car rental companies with desks at the airport are listed here.

There are two other airports which serve the Oslo area – Sandefjord Airport, Torp (airport code TRF) and Moss Airport, Rygge (airport code RYG). The former is popular with many of Europe’s low-cost airlines, but is twice as far from the city of Oslo as Gardermoen is. The latter is about 60km from Oslo and serves mainly low cost and regional airlines.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Oslo, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Oslo

Norway’s capital city of Oslo is a big and modern city which also has an important place in the country’s history. The city’s position on the Oslo fjord, along with the vast areas of forest within the city limits, makes it a picturesque and pleasant place to visit.