Norway is closer to the UK than people might think – only two hours by air, and with numerous flight departures every day, it could not be easier to get there.

There are about 50 airports and landing strips in Norway, making even the northernmost places easily accessible.

Fly to Norway

Scandinavian Airlines
SAS offers frequent direct flights from the UK to a number of destinations in Norway. From London Heathrow to Oslo and Stavanger, London Gatwick to Bergen, from Manchester to Oslo and Newcastle to Stavanger. From Scotland SAS offers regular flights out of Aberdeen to Stavanger and Bergen as well as from Edinburgh to Bergen.

Flights out of Newcastle, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Gatwick are operated by partners Widerøe and Braathens.


Norwegian operates low cost flights direct from London Stansted to Oslo Gardemoen, Bergen, Kristiansand and Trondheim as well as a direct service from Manchester to Bergen and from Edinburgh to Oslo. In addition, the airline offers a widespread low cost domestic route network.

Ryanair operate a service between London Stansted and Oslo (south) Torp airport approximately 130 km from Oslo. Ryanair also fly from London to Haugesund south of Bergen and from Liverpool, Newcastle and Glasgow to Oslo Torp.

British Airways
British Airways operate regular flights between London Heathrow and Oslo.

British Midland Airways
British Midland operate frequent flights from London Heathrow to Oslo and Stavanger.

There are several dozens airports and landing strips, making even the northernmost areas seem closer. Airlines operating in Norway are SAS, Braathens and Widerøe.