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No place combines the beauty of the country and the excitement of the city quite like Oslo, Norway. With tons of modern architecture, five-star dining and museums for days, all surrounded by a forest straight out of Lord of the Rings, words like “stunning” are no exaggeration. Cue up the trilogy and board flights to Oslo—you’re officially on holiday!
The only words you need to know start with “T”: T-Bane, tramway and taxi. The train ride from Oslo Airport (OSL) to hotels in Oslo takes about 30 minutes, and from there the tram and subway (T-Bane) have you covered. If you manage to find a great hole-in-the-wall place with the best finnbiff stew in town, though, a taxi can get you there.
It’s never too early to practice your promenade, so if you’ve got a morning flight, head to Aker Brygge and snag a lounge to watch the ferries. Nap if you must!
Got Oslo flights landing in the afternoon? There’s a museum for every interest: art, skiing and of course, Vikings! (Museum-lovers take note: Amsterdam holidays make a great stop-over at just a 2-hour flight south.)
If you’re touching down at night, look up—to the roof of the Oslo Opera House. Take a walk around for views of the skyline, then get your culture fix inside.
You are what you eat, so if you want to be a local, you’ve got to chow down like one. Don’t worry, you can skip the lutefisk. Load up your plate with smoked salmon, kjottboller meatballs and krumkake for dessert. Order up “Et glass ol, takk!” (beer on tap) to wash it all down and you’ll fit right in.
Before you can order that beer, you’ve got to order up cheap flights to Oslo on Wotif. We’ll save you money and time—the latter of which is best spent practicing your Norwegian. We wouldn’t want them to give you nonalcoholic cider instead!
Flights to Oslo start as low as AU$986. Once you’ve snagged your flight, it’s time to build that itinerary. If your flight touches down in a bustling city, you’ll want a head start, so you can get from jet-way to getaway as quickly as possible. Flying for business? Squeeze in some sightseeing and a snack at a locally loved restaurant between meetings—you’ll have plenty of cash thanks to our cheap business class flights to Oslo. You know what they say about all work and no play, after all.
Qantas Airways, Finnair, Lufthansa, British Airways, Austrian Airlines, United, Swiss International Air Lines, Etihad Airways, SAS, Turkish Airlines, Delta, American Airlines. Pack your favourite magazines or stack your video queue for a mini-marathon of that television show your co-workers have been raving about. And if you get hooked a few episodes in, don’t worry; there’s always the return flight to finish the binge. Ready to book cheap flights to Oslo? Check out our selection of airfares and start putting together a holiday that fits your schedule and price range. We offer sweet deals, so you don’t have to move mountains to see the world. In fact, we’ll help you get to those mountains (or ocean, or forest) today!
Here’s an insider tip: Sunday is typically the cheapest day to fly! Looking at flight demand on Wotif in 2020, we found that flights departing on a Sunday generally had the lowest average price, closely followed by flights on a Tuesday. You might want to think twice about flying on a Saturday though; generally, our data showed that it had the highest average ticket price.
Guess what? Boring old Thursday really is the best day to score the cheapest plane tickets. Looking at flight demand on Wotif in 2020, we found that flights purchased on a Thursday had the lowest airfares on average. Booking your plane ticket on a Sunday also seems to score pretty good deals. However, airfares purchased on a Tuesday generally have a higher than average ticket value, so you might want to prepare your budget if you’re booking early in the week.
When comparing airfares booked through Wotif in 2020, our data shows March is one of the cheapest months to fly. On the other hand, the month of June can be one of the most expensive times to travel, with the highest average ticket price, so it’s best to get in early if June is your preferred travel month.
Trying to figure out how early you should book your flight? It’s possible to start comparing international airfares on Wotif up to 12 months in advance. However, it does depend on the carrier as not all airlines release their prices that far out. According to Wotif’s 2020 flight demand trends, you can bag a bargain with some of the cheapest airfares appearing 4 weeks to 3 months prior to travel.
Looking for clever ways to save on your next trip? Try mixing and matching airlines and fare types. Our data tells us, travellers who booked flights on Wotif in 2020 saved close to 50% off their airfare, when their return flights consisted of two different airlines or fare types.
*According to flight demand on Wotif.com from January to December 2020. Savings are subject to change and may vary depending on selections made.
For all the latest info on the travel situation in Oslo, see our Covid-19 Travel Advisor.
Reviewed on 12 Feb. 2020
Reviewed on 29 Oct. 2019
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on Wotif.com from , as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.