Airports in Norway


Bergen Airport (BGO) is located 20km (12 miles) south-west of Bergen city centre. 

To/from the airport: The taxi stand is just outside the main exit. Average fares into the city are between £33 and £44. Public buses and the Flybussen airport express bus rounds out the transport options. 

Facilities: Bank, ATMs and a bureau de change. One hour of free Wi-Fi is available.

View Flesland (BGO) Airport Guide

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Oslo Airport (OSL) handles more than 18 million passengers each year and is the second-largest airport in Scandinavia. Situated in Gardermoen, just 29 miles (47km) north of Oslo, the airport is well connected to many cities across Norway. It takes less than 20 minutes to get from Oslo Airport to Oslo Central Station on the fast and efficient Airport Express Train.

A single terminal with two piers branching from it, Oslo Airport is easy to navigate. Passengers using the airport will find that it’s well stocked with shopping opportunities and duty-free options in the departures and arrivals sections of the airport. The restaurants and bars at the airport are also great, but they can be a little pricey if you’re traveling on a budget.

There are more than 20 domestic flights to Oslo Airport and close to 100 international flights to Oslo Airport. The airport is a hub for Scandinavian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Wideroe. It is used by several other international airlines and charter companies as well.

Oslo Airport’s terminal is well designed, in terms of architecture and passenger flow. There’s also a fun selection of public art on display at the airport – making for a more interesting airport experience. Oslo Airport is a great introduction to the region.

View Oslo (OSL) Airport Guide

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