Discover the best way to fly to Norway, wherever in the world you start your journey.
The northern lights, the fjords, Oslo and Bergen: Whatever your plans for your trip to Norway, your journey will likely begin with an international flight. Your choice of airline, routing and arrival airport will all impact your enjoyment of the trip, so it’s important to plan ahead.
Fly to Norway from the USA
Your choice of direct flights from the American are limited to just a handful of airports, so there’s a good chance you’ll be required to stop off on the way. Both SAS and United offer daily flights to Oslo from Newark, from where Star Alliance member airlines serve destinations right across North America.
Iceland is a popular stopover destination, as Icelandair offer a night or two’s layover in Reykjavik at no extra charge. Many Americans choose this option to create their own Nordic adventure. Top of the list? Relaxing at the famous Blue Lagoon.
Norwegian’s rapidly growing long-haul service is also worth a look. The number of airports served is rapidly growing but departures from most are limited to once or twice per week. The low-cost model applied to long-haul is going through some teething problems, but the low prices are nevertheless proving popular. Some of the recent routes announced include:
Fly to Norway from the UK
British travellers have a lot of choice in flying to Oslo, with SAS, British Airways, Norwegian and Ryanair all operating a daily service from London airports. SAS also runs direct flights from Manchester.