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Last updated:
16.10.2020

When it comes to a moment of choosing a flight, you might look at the airport as well. These days are essential to have a flight through modern airports, which have important facilities and provides all the clear information. In this article, we would like to introduce the largest airports in Norway.

Indeed, Norway is a large country with 98 airports. The biggest and the main one is Oslo Lufthavn, and the routes from Oslo to Bergen, Trondheim, and Stavanger are the ten busiest in Europe. Continue to learn more about the major Norway airports.

1. Oslo Lufthavn (OSL)

The most important and major one of all Norwegian airports is the Oslo Lufthavn (OSL). This international airport is the busiest and has the largest circulation of flights to Oslo Norway in the country, connecting the city with about 200 destinations and a passenger traffic flow of over 27 million people per year. It is a modern airport, offering passengers 2-hour charge-free WiFi access, dozens of onsite restaurants and cafes.

The Oslo Lufthavn airport is located a little less than 50 kilometers (about 30 miles) away from the heart of the city in Gardermoen. Apart from private transfers and Norway airport transport like buses that run on a specific schedule, the easiest way how to get from Norway airport to Oslo is on a Flytoget, which is a fast airport express train.

Quick Oslo Lufthavn Facts

  • Location: Gardermoen City
  • Airport Name: Oslo Lufthavn
  • IATA Code: OSL
  • Distance to Oslo: 50 km (30 mi)

2. Bergen Airport Flesland (BGO)

The second-largest Bergen Airport (BGO), situated in Flesland, is another popular arrival destination of flights to Norway. This airport has direct flights to 45+ international destinations, as well as more than 15 domestic ones. Public transport such as the Flybussen bus and the Bybanen rail connects the airport to the city in approximately 45 minutes.

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The Bergen Airport provides numerous routes from main European cities, especially Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and London, with a passenger flow of over 6 million people per year. The airport boasts three terminals, where you will be able to find currency exchange, free WI-FI, various services, and lounges.

Quick Bergen Airport Flesland Facts

  • Location: Flesland
  • Airport Name: Bergen Airport Flesland
  • IATA Code: BGO
  • Distance to Bergen: 18 km (11 mi)

3. Stavanger Airport Sola (SVG)

The third-largest Stavanger Airport Sola (SVG) airport is located in Rogaland county, 11 kilometers (about 7 miles) away from Stavanger city center. The airport provides numerous daily flights to Oslo. Five airlines feature domestic flights to nine routes, and other airlines feature international flights to 37 destinations with 4,5 million passengers per year.

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Having one passenger terminal, the Stavanger Airport Sola offers modern facilities. There you will find ATM cash machines, rental car agencies, free WI-FI, and event the "Sola Conference Center" is available for rent.

Quick Stavanger Airport Sola Facts

  • Location: Stavanger, Rogaland county
  • Airport Name: Stavanger Airport Sola
  • IATA Code: SVG
  • Distance to Stavanger: 11 km (7 mi)

Other popular airports in Norway include the Trondheim Airport in Vaernes and the Tromso airport that is the main destination for those who wish to explore the Arctic north. If you still hesitate about which airport to choose for your Norway trip, contact our travel specialist for advice.

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