Flights from Manchester to Oslo

Manchester to Oslo

  • There are 15 flights a week from Manchester to Oslo
  • The most popular airline flying from Manchester to Oslo last month was SAS
  • The average flight time from Manchester to Oslo is 1h 55min
  • 3 airlines fly direct from Manchester to Oslo
  • Oslo is served by 3 airports. These are Oslo Gardermoen, Oslo Rygge, Oslo Torp.
  • £90 was the cheapest return price from Manchester to Oslo last month
  • Manchester to Oslo is 654 miles

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This information is correct as of December 2015

Airlines that fly from Manchester to Oslo

Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines both fly from Manchester to Oslo-Gardermoen. There are no direct flights to Oslo-Rygge and Oslo-Torp.

Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

Both airlines fly out of Manchester Airport's Terminal 1, the largest and most modern terminal. Norway isn't a member of the European Union, so you can enjoy a tax free allowance in the airport's shops. As well as luxury items from Biza Duty Free you can enjoy a discount at Dixons Travel, Monsoon, Fat Face and more. If you're hungry there are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat: whether you feel like cocktails and tapas (Bar MCR), a massive coffee and a slice of cake (Starbucks) or something more substantial (Giraffe). Every passenger can enjoy one hour of free Wi-Fi in the terminal, but if that's not enough you can check into the Escape Lounge. Prices start at £19.99 per person, and this includes unlimited Wi-Fi as well as a range of complimentary snacks and drinks.

Terminal Information – Arriving

The fastest way to reach the city is with the Flytoget high-speed express train. These leave the airport every 10 minutes with a journey time of 20 minutes to reach Oslo Central Station. If you buy your ticket from the machine it will cost NOK 180* (about £13.70) but if you buy it from the ticket desk it will cost NOK 200* (about £15.20). NSB trains are slightly slower, but cheaper. Trains take just under 25 minutes and depart the airport every half hour. Tickets are NOK 90* (about £6.85) from the public transport desk. Flybussen buses take about 45 minutes to reach the city centre. Single tickets are NOK 150* (about £11.40) and returns are NOK 250* (about £19) and valid for a month. You can order a taxi from the booth inside the airport: expect to pay NOK 700* (about £53) or more for the trip into Oslo. Car hire is also available: remember to compare prices with Skyscanner to get the best deal.

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Practical Information

British Citizens don't need a visa to visit Norway, just a valid passport. If you're planning to stay for more than three months you will need to speak to the Norwegian Embassy for advice. For international flights we recommend arriving at the airport about two hours before departure.

What to expect in Oslo

Oslo is one hour ahead of Manchester and the currency is the Norwegian Krone. Oslo is very expensive, so be prepared to break the bank. A pint of beer is nearly double the price, and a meal out will set you back about 25% more than it would in Manchester. During the winter Oslo can be very cold, with temperatures often dipping well below freezing. In summer it's often hotter than Manchester.

*Prices subject to change

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