Cheap flights to Norway

NYC — OSL
May 29 — Jun 51

Flights to Norway in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inAugustHigh demand for flights, 11% potential price rise
Cheapest inOctoberBest time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average price$1,068Average for round-trip flights in May 2022
Round-trip from$762From Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl to Oslo
One-way from$248One-way flight from Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl (LAS) to Norway

Cheap flights to Norway in May, June 2022

The best prices found for OS1 flights for May, June
May 25 - May 29
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

1 stop

31h 40m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

19h 38m
$984

KLM

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Deal found 23.05.22

May 25 - May 29
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

25h 15m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

22h 20m
$993

Lufthansa

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Deal found 23.05.22

May 25 - May 29
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

35h 10m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

24h 22m
$1,011

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 23.05.22

Norway 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Norway found for this year
Sep 9 - Sep 25
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

27h 30m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

35h 25m
$762

Finnair

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Deal found 22.05.22

Sep 8 - Sep 25
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

27h 08m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

42h 05m
$769

American Airlines

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Deal found 22.05.22

Jul 12 - Jul 22
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

36h 18m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

1 stop

21h 05m
$812

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 23.05.22

Last minute flights to Norway

Late deals on round-trip flights to Norway, departing today and this week
Jun 1 - Jun 8
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

16h 39m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

2 stops

18h 17m
$1,177

Finnair

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Deal found 24.05.22

Jun 1 - Jun 8
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

1 stop

21h 30m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

1 stop

29h 55m
$1,197

KLM

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Deal found 24.05.22

May 29 - Jun 13
LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

SVG

Stavanger Sola

1 stop

21h 20m
SVG

Stavanger Sola

LAS

Las Vegas Harry Reid Intl

1 stop

33h 05m
$1,197

KLM

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Deal found 21.05.22

What is the cheapest month to fly to Norway?

The cheapest ticket to Norway found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

$606

February

$567

March

$585

April

$656

May

$682

June

$986

July

$964

August

$692

September

$598

October

$591

November

$592

December

$651

February is currently the cheapest month to fly to Norway. At this moment in time June is the most expensive month. These prices are determined by multiple factors and booking in advance can help keep costs down if your schedule is not as flexible.

When is the best time to fly to Norway?

Average Norway flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

LAS - OSL

Price

$567 - $1,082

OSL

Temperature

26.6 - 62.6 °F

OSL

Rainfall

1.6 - 3.5 inches

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Norway?

Oslo is the most popular flight destination in Norway. Other popular destinations include Bergen, Tromsø, Stavanger and Trondheim.

How long is the flight to Norway?

Nestled between the Oslofjord and sprawling forested hills you find Oslo, one of Europe’s fastest-growing cities. While the city’s cosmopolitan vibe offers a myriad of museums, restaurants and art, it exudes a friendly, relaxed, small-town atmosphere. During the peak season of June, July and August, booking affordable flights may be a challenge, but with lots of departure times and carriers, it’s not impossible to find a bargain.

New York City has more than one flight a day. Nonstop flight time is seven hours and 25 minutes, while a connecting flight takes approximately nine hours and 15 minutes.

Denver, Colorado does not not offer nonstop flights; a one-stop flight averages 11 hours.

Rome, Italy provides one or more flights per day to Oslo, including a nonstop of three hours and 10 minutes. One-stop flight times average four hours and 25 minutes.

London, England offers nine or more flights per day with a nonstop flight time of two hours and 5 minutes; one-stop connecting flights average three hours and 40 minutes

Which airlines fly to Norway?

Oslo is the main domestic hub for Scandinavian Airlines and an operating base for Norwegian Air Shuttle. Oslo Gardermoen airport connects to approximately 28 domestic and 115 international destinations, making it the 19th busiest airport in Europe. Airlines that fly from these cities to Oslo include:

New York City: SAS, Norwegian, Delta, Icelandair, Delta, KLM, British Airways, Air France, United, Lufthansa

Denver: Icelandair, Lufthansa, SAS, United, British Airways, Delta, KLM

Rome: Vueling, Norwegian, SAS, Norwegian Air International, Lufthansa, Atilalia, Brussels Airlines, KLM, Air France, Finnair

London: British Airways, Norwegian, SAS, Ryanair, Norwegian Air International, Eurowings, KLM, Brussels Airline

What should you pack for a flight to Norway?

Things are very expensive in Norway, so bring as much from home as possible. The weather during the summer months, June through August, varies from warm to cold and wet to dry. Your best bet is to bring clothing that layers easily. Shorts and tees are fine, but the weather changes quickly and rain is frequent throughout the year, so include a sweater or lightweight, waterproof jacket. In April and August, mosquitos are prevalent, so include repellent in your carryon. When planning to cruise the fjords it often is windy, so in addition to protective sunglasses, pack a hat. Wear comfortable shoes for daily treks.

Winter comes to Norway between December and March when the weather is freezing cold and uncomfortable. Layer undergarments, bring a thick coat, gloves, a warm hat and a scarf. Also pack boots with soft rubber soles with a wide tread. Other types of soles freeze and snow packs into the treads, creating a very slippery surface underfoot.

Bring a backpack to hold your phone, camera and extra clothing for sightseeing. Protect your phone from loss or damage with a bungee attachment, and be sure to bring a travel adapter plug and a step-down voltage converter that conforms your devices to European voltage (230V).

Getting to and around Norway

One of the cheapest ways to get to the city from the airport is via train. 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 an airport hotel, 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 center. 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.

Once your flight to Norway touches down, you have several options when it comes to traveling around Norway and getting from Norway to other destinations in Scandinavia and Europe. From port cities like Oslo, Bergen and Stavanger, ferries leave daily for a number of domestic and international destinations, including Kiel, Germany and Copenhagen, Denmark. The largest cities in Norway run on efficient public transportation systems, and Oslo has metro and tram services as well.  If you’d rather travel by train instead of booking a domestic Norway flight to get from one city to another, you’ll be riding the rails with Norwegian State Railways (NSB), which can also take you as far as the Swedish cities of Stockholm and Malmö.

What are some things to do in Norway?

Norway offers many nifty things to do year round. These are some of our favorites:

Oslo Summer Park is one of Scandinavia’s largest climbing parks, a short 30-minutes from the city center. Nine trails, in varying degrees of difficulty, challenge all outdoor enthusiasts. The park includes 900 metres of zip lines and all equipment and training is provided. You may fuel up at the park’s cafe, or bring a picnic lunch.

Norwegian National Opera & Ballet is located right in the harbor. With an angled white exterior that appears to rise from the water, visitors enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding fjords and the Oslo cityscape from the roof.

Winter sports abound in Oslo and you often see people skiing through the city center on their way to work. Kids toboggan and skate in the city parks. Sports-minded visitors enjoy the Oslo Ski Center, the Spikersuppa skating rink, the Holmenkollen ski museum and tower, and the Nordmarka wilderness area.

Tips for your stay in Norway

  • Oslo, Norway’s bright and bustling capital city, is a cultural haven that embraces the old while exploring the new: Here, you’ll find modern architecture alongside buildings housing ancient Viking ships. It’s this balance between time-honored tradition and cutting edge art that has visitors searching for Norway cheap flights to Oslo year-round.  To save on transportation and sightseeing costs, pick up an Oslo Pass for the duration of your stay. The pass will grant you free admission to over 30 museums, as well as unlimited rides on Oslo’s public transportation network.
  • History buffs should consider booking a cheap flight to Norway through Bergen, the second largest city in the country. Bryggen, the waterfront of Bergen, has been a thriving commercial and cultural center for over 900 years. Bryggen was declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site for its charming, traditional wooden houses.
  • Check out the fjords when you’re in Norway. The long, steep-sided river-inlets are a Norway favorite and stun visitors with their glacial majesty.  Plan a boat tour or hike along the fjords if you’re staying in western Norway. The Nærøyfjord and Geirangerfjord of western Norway are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For glacial views, check out the Hardangerfjorden, which is the second longest fjord in Norway after Sognefjord.
  • Those booking cheap flights to Norway between the months of December and March may have to brave the winter chill, but the cold is a small price to pay for a visit to the Arctic Circle just past the Svartisen Mountains. It’s during these winter months that the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) are the most breathtaking to behold, and an enchanting view of the sun at midnight in the Arctic Circle is well worth the chilly trip.

What is good to know if travelling to Norway?

  • Oslo, Norway’s bright and bustling capital city, is a cultural haven that embraces the old while exploring the new: Here, you’ll find modern architecture alongside buildings housing ancient Viking ships. ,It’s this balance between time honored tradition and creating cutting edge art that has visitors searching for Norway cheap flights to Oslo year-round.  To save on transportation and sightseeing costs, pick up an Oslo Pass for the duration of your stay. The pass will grant you free admission to over 30 museums, as well as unlimited rides on Oslo’s public transportation network.
  • History buffs should consider booking a cheap flight to Norway through Bergen, the second largest city in the country.  Bryggen, the waterfront of Bergen, has been a thriving commercial and cultural center for over 900 years.  Bryggen was declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site for its charming, traditional wooden houses.
  • Check out the fjords when you’re in Norway. The long, steep-sided river-inlets are a Norway favorite and stun visitors with their glacial majesty.  Plan a boat tour or hike along the fjords if you’re staying in western Norway. The Nærøyfjord and Geirangerfjord of western Norway are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For glacial views, check out the Hardangerfjorden, which is the second longest fjord in Norway after Sognefjord.
  • Those booking cheap flights to Norway between the months of December and March may have to brave the winter chill, but the cold is a small price to pay for a visit to the Arctic Circle just past the Svartisen Mountains. It’s during these winter months that the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) are the most breathtaking to behold, and an enchanting view of the sun at midnight in the Arctic Circle is well worth the chilly trip.

How popular are flights to Norway this year?

There has been a 135% increase in demand for Norway flights over the last year.

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