Oslo Airport, Gardermoen is 35km from Oslo. There is very efficient public transport into Oslo city centre. This is the largest airport in Norway. The terminal has excellent facilities and a wide range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The airport is superbly placed for the southwest fjords of Norway. Wonderful scenery appeals to nature lovers and fans of outdoor activities. Winter flights allow access to terrific cross-country skiing and top Norwegian ski resorts.
Direct flights are available with British Airways, Norwegian and SAS. Norwegian operate routes from Gatwick, Edinburgh and Manchester. SAS fly from Manchester and Heathrow. British Airways flights depart from London Heathrow. Flights from other UK airports will be indirect and more expensive. Airlines with reasonably priced indirect flights include KLM, Air France, Lufthansa and British Airways.
In the absence of low-cost airlines fares can be quite expensive. You will find cheaper flights with Ryanair, who operate routes to Oslo Rygge and Oslo Torp. However, both Rygge and Torp are some distance from the city. The nearest airport is Oslo Gardemoen.
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The Airport Express Train connects the airport with Oslo city centre. Journey time is about 20 minutes. Also connections with Drammen, Asker, Sandvika, Lysaker, Skøyen, Nationaltheatret and Lillestrøm. More information at www.flytoget.no/ . Regional trains run to Oslo, Skien, Lillehammer and Trondheim. More information at www.nsb.no/
The Airport Express Coach runs between Oslo city centre and Oslo Airport every 20 minutes every day. More information at www.flybussen.no/ . Several bus companies operate services to towns in the region.
All direct flights are with British Airways, SAS and Norwegian.