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  • British Airways
  • Etihad Airways
  • Finnair
  • Iberia
  • Japan Airlines
  • LATAM Airlines
  • Norwegian
  • Norwegian Air International
  • Norwegian Air Sweden
  • Royal Jordanian
  • Ryanair
  • SAS
  • Singapore Airlines
  • South African Airways
  • United
  • Wizz Air
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Flight information London to Oslo

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Average flight time, total distance 692 miles

1h 55min

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Oslo Gardermoen and Oslo Torp

2 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Oslo: Oslo Gardermoen and Oslo Torp.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from London to Oslo is £18. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 55min is the average flight time from London to Oslo.
There are 7 airlines who fly direct from London to Oslo.
As of February, there are 115 flights per week flying from London to Oslo.

Flights from London to Oslo

This information is correct as of October 2015

Airlines that fly from London to Oslo

Airlines that fly direct from London to Oslo include SAS, British Airways, Norwegian and Ryanair. SAS and British Airways flights leave from London Heathrow and arrive to Oslo Gardermoen. Norwegian flights depart from London Gatwick and arrive to Oslo Gardermoen. Ryanair flights depart from Stansted Airport and arrive to Oslo Rygge.

Terminal Information

London Heathrow

SAS flights from Heathrow leave from Terminal 2 and British Airways flights leave from Terminal 5. Passengers on European flights are advised to check in two hours before their scheduled flight departure time.

Both Terminal 2 and 5 have an extensive selection of facilities including currency exchange desks, internet access and duty free stores. There are high street shops like Boots and WHSmith, designer brands shops and a number of food and drink outlets too.

London Gatwick

London Gatwick Airport has two terminal buildings. Norwegian flights depart from the airport’s South Terminal. Check-in desks for European flights open three hours before each flight’s scheduled flight departure time.

The South Terminal has a great range of food, drink and shopping options which feature Harrods, Boots, Mango, Zara, Nando’s, Costa and Giraffe.

Stansted Airport

Stansted Airport has just one terminal. Passengers on European flights are advised to arrive two hours before their scheduled flight departure time.

Shops include Dixons Travel, WHSmith, Fat Face and Sunglasses Boutique. Food and drink can be found at Starbucks, a Wetherspoon pub and Burger King. Fast track security passes, a premium lounge and free Wi-Fi for up to an hour are all available too.

Oslo Gardermoen Airport

Oslo Gardermoen Airport is located 35 kilometres northeast of Oslo city centre. There is just one terminal at the airport.

In the arrivals hall, passengers will find a currency exchange, cash machines, car rental desks, fast food outlets and convenience stores. Free Wi-Fi is available in the arrivals hall for up to two hours.

Travel options from the airport include car hire from Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt or Europcar. Taxis are available from the rank outside the terminal or they can be booked at the information desk. Shuttle buses and a number of local buses make regular journeys to the city centre and trains to Oslo taking just 20 minutes can also be caught from the airport.

Oslo Rygge Airport

Oslo Rygge Airport is located 60 kilometres from Oslo city centre. There’s just one terminal at the airport, with arrivals located on the ground floor.

In the arrivals hall there is a duty free store, cash machines and an information point. Taxis and buses are both available from outside the terminal building. Shuttle buses travel into the city centre and to the nearby Rygge train station. Hire cars are also available from desks inside the arrivals hall. Companies operating at the airport include Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt.

What to Expect in Oslo

Despite being one of the world’s northernmost capitals, Oslo enjoys relatively warm summers with average highs of 22°c. From December to February, however, temperatures rarely venture above freezing and the city often experiences heavy snowfall.

Prices in Oslo tend to be a little more expensive than in London. A mid-range three course meal for two is likely to set you back around 800.00kr* (£64.00), a bottle of beer will cost 72.00kr* (£5.70) and a bottle of wine from the supermarket will cost on average 118.00kr* (£9.40).

Oslo is one hour ahead of the UK.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.