|Popular in||July||High demand for flights, 29% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||March||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||£65||Average for round-trip flights in October 2020|
|Round-trip from||£18||From London to Oslo|
|One-way from||£5||One-way flight from London to Oslo|
There are current restrictions for travel to Norway at this time. These restrictions are for the safety of Norway citizens and travellers alike and are as follows: Norway has restricted the entry of all travelers who are not nationals or residents of Norway. Nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom may still enter the country if they reside, work, or have property in Norway. If they cannot prove their residency, they must be able to prove their nationality in one of the above countries. Family members of a national of one of the above-mentioned countries may enter the country if they are already residing in or are moving to Norway. Travelers with a responsibility to care for a resident of Norway may also enter. All of the above travelers must undergo a 10-day home quarantine and complete a public health information form upon arrival. Nationals of the above-mentioned countries who are transiting Norway to return to their countries of residence may also enter Norway, as may airline crew, diplomats and their spouses/children, transport personnel, media staff, NATO staff with a travel order, holders of seasonal farming work permits with an approval letter from UDI, foreigners with a summons to appear in a court case, cruise passengers whose cruises started before March 16, 2020 at 8:00 AM CET on their way home, and travelers with Norwegian visas issued after March 15, 2020 may also enter the country. Visa-exempt nationals and family members of EEA citizens who have been approved for residency but have not yet received their residence card may still enter the country by showing the letter from UDI approving their residence permit. Travelers are only allowed into Svalbard after they have stayed in quarantine in other parts of Norway.. If you must travel during this time and are allowed to based on current restrictions, please stay informed about updated travel safety tips.
You’ll find the brightest and longest days between May and September. You’ll struggle to find the cheapest flights to Norway around these months so make sure to book in advance if you’re planning a visit throughout the Summer. The Bergen International Festival also takes place in May and it is one of the biggest art festivals in the country so you’ll find flight tickets more expensive. Another peak time to book flights to Norway is from November to February where you’ll have a chance to see the spectacular Northern Lights in the North of the country. Although different months provide different benefits to viewing them, you’ll need to secure your flight tickets well in advance for the best chance of saving money.
If you’re not interested in viewing the Northern Lights then avoid November to March as the average temperatures are below freezing. If you like to ski then you’ll enjoy this time of year as the country is home to some great ski resorts. You’ll find the cheapest flights to Norway throughout this Wintery period but it’s still wise to secure your flight tickets in advance.
Depending on your interests, the best time to secure your flights to Norway can vary. If you are into Winter sports then you’ll enjoy November to March and you’ll find the cheapest flights to Norway. The longest days are throughout the Summer though but the flight tickets are more expensive so make sure to book your flights to Norway in advance. If you can be flexible with your dates then you’ll have the best chances to find the cheapest flights to Norway. If you fly into Tromso then sitting on the right hand side will offer stunning views of the mountains at certain points of your trip however this varies on the weather.
Flights from London to Oslo, Norway: 2 hours 05 minutes.
Flights from Manchester to Oslo, Norway: 2 hours 00 minutes.
Flights from Birmingham to Oslo, Norway: 3 hours 40 minutes.
Flights from Glasgow to Oslo, Norway: 4 hours 45 minutes.
There are several different airlines that offer cheap flights to Norway with the main ones being Norwegian Air, British Airways and SAS. There are different pros with each airline so when you’re booking your flights to Norway it’s worth seeing what would benefit you most. For example, Norwegian Air offer free WiFi onboard all of their flights to Norway which means you can stay up-to date with everything even when in the air. British Airways on the other hand offer complimentary food and drink. Once you’ve decided on an area of Norway simply compare the prices of flight tickets around different dates and see what suits you best.
One of the cheapest ways to get to the city from the airport is via the train service. There are two departures per hour and it takes roughly half an hour give or take 10 minutes. Once you’ve booked your flights to Norway it’s worth booking your hotel in the city and not around the airport area. If you do opt for a hotel airport then you’ll need to get a shuttle from the airport, and then another back to it if you want to get a bus into the city centre. Failing that you can opt for a taxi however you’ll find the price is steeper than the train. That said, if you can split the fare with a friend of two then you’ll find it a quick and easy way to travel, especially if you have a lot of luggage with you.