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Direct flights to Oslo (OSL)

Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn - Airport code: OSL

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Non-stop flights to Oslo (OSL)

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Last updated on: 09-28-2020

Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn is the largest airport in Norway. It is Norway's main international airport. In total there are 117 airports around the world that have direct flights to Oslo, spread around 113 cities in 34 countries. Currently, there are 34 domestic flights to Oslo.

Most tourists that come to Oslo visit one of the following sights:

  • Vigelandspark in Oslo
  • Oslo Opera House

This month, there are 6,141 flights arriving at Oslo Airport, which are 205 flights per day or 9 flights per hour. On an average day, there is at least 1 flight arriving every 7 minutes.

The most frequently departed flights to Oslo are routes from Trondheim (TRD) in Norway and Bergen (BGO), also in Norway. These two routes together are operated 1115 times this month, and make up for 18% of all monthly arrivals at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn.

The longest flight to Oslo OSL is departing from Bangkok (BKK). This non-stop flight takes around 10 hours and 50 minutes and covers a distance of 5,387 miles (8,670 km).

List of all direct flights to Oslo

Below you can find a list of all cities and countries that have direct flights to Oslo, ordered by popularity.

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Currently, there are 35 airlines that fly to Oslo. Most flights to Oslo are operated by Norwegian, as they connect 65 airports to OSL. Below you can find a list of airlines that operate most OSL flights:

Business class flights to Oslo

There are 31 airports that have flights to Oslo in Business Class. All airports that offer business class flights to OSL are listed below:

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First class flights to Oslo

If you are looking for a luxurious flight, there's a total of 2 airports to choose from that have flights to OSL in First Class.

Intercontinental flights to Oslo

There are intercontinental flights to Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn (OSL) from the United States, the Middle-East, Southern Asia and South-Eastern Asia, as of September 2020.

* Please note that there are no direct services from Canada, Southern America, Central America, the Caribbean, Africa, China, Japan, Eastern Asia, Central Asia or Oceania.

Non-stop flights from the US to Oslo

SASSAS is currently the only airline flying non-stop from the United States to Oslo. They fly seasonal from Miami (MIA) and New York (EWR).

Non-stop flights from the Middle-East / Western Asia to Oslo

SASSAS (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Gazipaşa (GZP).

NorwegianNorwegian: year-round flights from Antalya (AYT).

PegasusPegasus: seasonal flights from Istanbul (Sabiha) (SAW).

Turkish AirlinesTurkish Airlines (Star Alliance): year-round flights from Istanbul (IST).

EmiratesEmirates: year-round flights from Dubai (DXB).

Qatar AirwaysQatar Airways (Oneworld): year-round flights from Doha (DOH).

Non-stop flights from India / South Asia to Oslo

PakistanPakistan is currently the only airline flying non-stop from India or Southern Asia to Oslo. They fly seasonal from Islamabad (ISB).

Non-stop flights from South-East Asia to Oslo

Thai AirwaysThai Airways is currently the only airline flying non-stop from South-Eastern Asia to Oslo. They fly seasonal from Bangkok (BKK).

International flights to Oslo

Austria
Flights from Austria to Oslo

There are 2 airports in Austria that have non-stop flights to Oslo.

From Salzburg, direct flights are offered by Norwegian. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in March.
From Vienna, direct flights are offered by Austrian (Star Alliance), Norwegian and Wizz Air.

Belgium
Flights from Belgium to Oslo

Brussels is the only city in Belgium with direct flights to Oslo. From Brussels, you can fly non-stop with Brussels Airlines (Star Alliance) or SAS (Star Alliance).

Croatia
Flights from Croatia to Oslo

If you are looking for a direct flight from Croatia to Oslo, there are 3 airports to choose from.

From Dubrovnik and Pula, you can fly with SAS (Star Alliance).
From Split, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in September and ends in October.

Cyprus
Flights from Cyprus to Oslo

In Cyprus, the only airport that has a direct connection to Oslo is Larnaca. From Larnaca, direct flights are offered by Norwegian. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.

Czechia
Flights from Czechia to Oslo

There is 1 airport in Czechia that has a direct connection to Oslo, which is Prague. From Prague, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).

Denmark
Flights from Denmark to Oslo

In Denmark, there are 4 airports that have direct flights to Oslo.

From Aalborg and Aarhus, you can fly with SAS (Star Alliance).
From Billund, direct flights are offered by British Airways (Oneworld), Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Copenhagen, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Oslo, which are Norwegian, Norwegian, Pakistan and SAS (Star Alliance).

Estonia
Flights from Estonia to Oslo

In Estonia, the only airport that has a direct connection to Oslo is Tallinn. From Tallinn, you can fly non-stop with Air Baltic or Norwegian.

Finland
Flights from Finland to Oslo

Helsinki is the only city in Finland with direct flights to Oslo. From Helsinki, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Oslo, which are Finnair (Oneworld), Norwegian, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).

France
Flights from France to Oslo

If you are looking for a direct flight from France to Oslo, there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Nice, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Paris, direct flights are offered by Air France (SkyTeam), Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).

Germany
Flights from Germany to Oslo

In Germany there are several airports with flights to Oslo (7 in total).

From Berlin, direct flights are offered by easyJet, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in October.
From Berlin Schönefeld, the only airline with direct flights is Norwegian.
From Berlin Tegel, you can fly non-stop with easyJet or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Düsseldorf, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Frankfurt, you can fly non-stop with Lufthansa (Star Alliance) or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Hamburg, direct flights are offered by Eurowings, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Munich, direct flights are offered by Lufthansa (Star Alliance), Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).

Greece
Flights from Greece to Oslo

There are 2 airports in Greece that have non-stop flights to Oslo.

From Athens, direct flights are offered by SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in September and ends in October.
From Chania (Crete), you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in September and ends in October.

Hungary
Flights from Hungary to Oslo

There is 1 airport in Hungary that has a direct connection to Oslo, which is Budapest. From Budapest, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or Wizz Air.

Iceland
Flights from Iceland to Oslo

Reykjavik (Keflavik) is the only city in Iceland with direct flights to Oslo. From Reykjavik (Keflavik), direct flights are offered by Icelandair, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).

Ireland
Flights from Ireland to Oslo

In Ireland, the only airport that has a direct connection to Oslo is Dublin. From Dublin, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).

Italy
Flights from Italy to Oslo

In Italy there are several airports with flights to Oslo (6 in total).

From Milan (Malpensa), you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Olbia (Sardinia), Palermo and Pisa, all direct flights to Oslo are operated by SAS (Star Alliance).
From Rome (Fiumicino), you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Venice Marco Polo, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in July and ends in August.

Latvia
Flights from Latvia to Oslo

There is 1 airport in Latvia that has a direct connection to Oslo, which is Riga. From Riga, you can fly non-stop with Air Baltic or Norwegian.

Lithuania
Flights from Lithuania to Oslo

In Lithuania, there are 3 airports that have direct flights to Oslo.

From Kaunas and Palanga, you can fly with Norwegian.
From Vilnius, direct flights are offered by Air Baltic, Norwegian and Ryanair.

Netherlands
Flights from Netherlands to Oslo

In Netherlands, the only airport that has a direct connection to Oslo is Amsterdam. From Amsterdam, direct flights are offered by KLM (SkyTeam), Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).

Pakistan
Flights from Pakistan to Oslo

Islamabad is the only city in Pakistan with direct flights to Oslo. From Islamabad, direct flights are offered by Pakistan. This is a seasonal route that started in January and ends in July.

Poland
Flights from Poland to Oslo

In Poland there are several airports with flights to Oslo (6 in total).

From Gdańsk, direct flights are offered by Norwegian, SAS (Star Alliance) and Wizz Air.
From Krakow, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or Wizz Air.
From Poznań and Szczecin, you can fly with Norwegian.
From Warsaw, you can fly non-stop with LOT (Star Alliance) or Norwegian.
From Wrocław, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with Norwegian. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.

Portugal
Flights from Portugal to Oslo

There are 3 airports in Portugal that have non-stop flights to Oslo.

From Faro, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.
From Funchal (Madeira), the only airline with direct flights is Norwegian. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.
From Lisbon, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with TAP Portugal (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in October.

Qatar
Flights from Qatar to Oslo

There is 1 airport in Qatar that has a direct connection to Oslo, which is Doha. From Doha, direct flights are offered by Qatar Airways (Oneworld).

Romania
Flights from Romania to Oslo

Bucharest is the only city in Romania with direct flights to Oslo. From Bucharest, direct flights are offered by Blue Air.

Russia
Flights from Russia to Oslo

In Russia, the only airport that has a direct connection to Oslo is Moscow Sheremetyevo. From Moscow Sheremetyevo, direct flights are offered by Aeroflot (SkyTeam). This route is not operational yet but will start in October.

Serbia
Flights from Serbia to Oslo

If you are looking for a direct flight from Serbia to Oslo, there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Belgrade, you can fly non-stop with Air Serbia or Norwegian.
From Pristina, the only airline with direct flights is Norwegian. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.

Spain
Flights from Spain to Oslo

You can fly non-stop to Oslo from lots of airports in Spain, as there is a total of 10 airports that have direct services to Oslo.

From Alicante, direct flights are offered by Norwegian, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Barcelona, there are 4 airlines that have direct services to Oslo, which are Norwegian, Norwegian, SAS (Star Alliance) and Vueling.
From Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), direct flights are offered by Norwegian, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Lanzarote (Arrecife), the only airline with direct flights is Norwegian.
From Madrid, you can fly non-stop with Iberia (Oneworld) or Norwegian. This route is not operational yet but will start in October.
From Málaga, direct flights are offered by Norwegian, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Murcia, direct flights are offered by Norwegian.
From Palma de Mallorca, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in September and ends in November.
From Tenerife (Reine Sofia), you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or Norwegian. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.
From Valencia, the only airline with direct flights is SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that started in June and ends in August.

Sweden
Flights from Sweden to Oslo

In Sweden, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Oslo.

From Gothenburg, direct flights are offered by Widerøe. This route is not operational yet but will start in November.
From Stockholm (Arlanda), there are 5 airlines that have direct services to Oslo, which are AirTran, Ethiopian Airlines (Star Alliance), FlexFlight, Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).

Switzerland
Flights from Switzerland to Oslo

If you are looking for a direct flight from Switzerland to Oslo, there are 2 airports to choose from.

From Geneva, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance). This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.
From Zürich, you can fly non-stop with SAS (Star Alliance) or Swiss (Star Alliance).

Thailand
Flights from Thailand to Oslo

There is 1 airport in Thailand that has a direct connection to Oslo, which is Bangkok. From Bangkok, direct flights are offered by Thai Airways (Star Alliance). This route is not operational yet but will start in November.

Turkey
Flights from Turkey to Oslo

There are 4 airports in Turkey that have non-stop flights to Oslo.

From Antalya, direct flights are offered by Norwegian.
From Gazipaşa, the only airline with direct flights is SAS (Star Alliance).
From Istanbul, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with Turkish Airlines (Star Alliance).
From Istanbul (Sabiha), the only airline with direct flights is Pegasus. This is a seasonal route that starts in October and ends in March.

Ukraine
Flights from Ukraine to Oslo

In Ukraine, the only airport that has a direct connection to Oslo is Kyiv. From Kyiv, direct flights are offered by SAS (Star Alliance).

United Arab Emirates
Flights from United Arab Emirates to Oslo

Dubai is the only city in United Arab Emirates with direct flights to Oslo. From Dubai, direct flights are offered by Emirates.

United Kingdom
Flights from United Kingdom to Oslo

In United Kingdom there are several airports with flights to Oslo (6 in total).

From Aberdeen, direct flights are offered by SAS (Star Alliance).
From Edinburgh, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From London Gatwick, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or Norwegian.
From London Heathrow, you can fly non-stop with British Airways (Oneworld) or SAS (Star Alliance).
From London Stansted, direct flights are offered by Ryanair.
From Manchester, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).

United States
Flights from United States to Oslo

In United States, there are 2 airports that have direct flights to Oslo.

From Miami and New York, you can fly with SAS (Star Alliance).

Domestic flights to Oslo

Norway
Flights from Norway to Oslo

There are lots of domestic flights to Oslo (OSL). 34 airports in Norway have direct flights to the airport.

From Ålesund and Alta, you can fly with Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Andenes, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with Widerøe. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in January.
From Bardufoss, the only airline with direct flights is SAS (Star Alliance).
From Bergen and Bodø, all direct flights to Oslo are operated by Norwegian, SAS (Star Alliance) and Widerøe.
From Brønnøysund, Florø and Førde, all direct flights to Oslo are operated by Widerøe.
From Harstad-Narvik, Haugesund, Kirkenes and Kristiansand, all direct flights to Oslo are operated by Norwegian and SAS (Star Alliance).
From Kristiansund and Lakselv, you can fly with SAS (Star Alliance).
From Leknes, the only airline with direct flights is Widerøe. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in January.
From Longyearbyen, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Mo i Rana, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with Widerøe. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in January.
From Molde, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Mosjøen, Namsos and Orsta / Volda, all direct flights to Oslo are operated by Widerøe.
From Ørland, direct flights are offered by FlexFlight. This is a seasonal route that started in January and ends in March.
From Røros, you can fly non-stop with AirTran or FlexFlight.
From Rørvik, Sandane, Sandnessjøen and Sogndal, all direct flights to Oslo are operated by Widerøe.
From Stavanger, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Stokmarknes, you can fly non-stop to Oslo with Widerøe. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in January.
From Stord, direct flights are offered by Danish Air.
From Svolvær, the only airline with direct flights is Widerøe. This is a seasonal route that starts in December and ends in January.
From Tromsø, you can fly non-stop with Norwegian or SAS (Star Alliance).
From Trondheim, direct flights are offered by Norwegian, SAS (Star Alliance) and Widerøe.

Alternative airports near Oslo

Flying to an alternative airport near Oslo could give you other options to reach your destination. For example, the possibility to fly with a different airline or alliance, or finding a cheaper airfare. For this reason, alternative airports near to Oslo (OSL) are listed below. The closest alternative airports are Torsby (TYF) and Oslo (Torp) (TRF).

Frequently asked questions - FAQ

How many airports are there in Oslo?

There is 1 airport in Oslo: Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn (OSL).

What is the best airport to fly into Oslo?

The most convenient airport to fly into Oslo is Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn (OSL).

How many airlines fly to Oslo?

There are 35 airlines flying to Oslo from 117 airports around the world, as of September 2020.

Which airlines fly to Oslo?

Norwegian, SAS and Widerøe operate most flights to Oslo. To get a full overview of all operating airlines, please use the airline filter.

Which alliances are flying to Oslo?

Star Alliance, Oneworld and SkyTeam are all flying to Oslo.

How many nonstop flights are there to Oslo?

There are roughly 6,141 flights arriving at Oslo every month (or 1,435 flights each week), from a total of 117 airports worldwide.

What is the official name of Oslo Airport?

The official name of Oslo Airport is Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (succeeding Oslo Airport, Forn.

What is the airport code of Oslo Airport?

The airport code of Oslo Airport is OSL.

What are the most popular flights to Oslo?

Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger are the 3 most popular routes to Oslo. For a complete overview of all flight routes to Oslo, please use our flight map.

How long is the flight to Oslo?

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