Flights from Oslo to Copenhagen

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Oslo to Copenhagen

  • Oslo to Copenhagen is 284 miles
  • £58 was the cheapest return price from Oslo to Copenhagen last month
  • 4 airlines fly direct from Oslo to Copenhagen
  • The average flight time from Oslo to Copenhagen is 1h 10min
  • The most popular airline flying from Oslo to Copenhagen last month was SAS
  • There are 216 flights a week from Oslo to Copenhagen

This information is correct as of August 2016

Airlines that fly from Oslo to Copenhagen

Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines fly direct to Copenhagen from Oslo-Gardermoen, while Wideroe fly from Oslo-Torp Airport.

Terminal Information – Departing

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

From Oslo-Gardermoen: Oslo's main airport is about 22 miles from the city. Free Wi-Fi is available in the airport. Powerkiss wireless phone charging facilities are available at Upper Crust International, Christiana Bar and Monolitten Restaurant. The international terminal has a wide range of shops, including an outlet specialising in salmon. SAS have lounges exclusively for their passengers, but if you're not eligible to use them you can check into the OSL Lounge for 300* NOK per person.

From Oslo-Torp: This small airport is 70 miles from Oslo. There are three places to eat after security: Peppe's Pizza, La Baguette and Cafe Opus. The Mingle Bar offers alcoholic and soft drinks and if you're hungry you can order food in from the three dining establishments. There are three shops, too: a Duty Free store, a Narvesen Kiosk and a Tanum bookshop. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Copenhagen Airport has great connections to the city centre. There's a metro and a train station, both in terminal 3. By train it takes ten minutes to reach Copenhagen's main station, Kobenhavn H. Tickets are 36 DKK (you'll be passing through three zones). Train and metro tickets cost the same amount of money, but metro journeys are slightly slower at 15 minutes. If you don't like public transport you can hail a metered taxi outside the terminal, or arrange car hire from Copenhagen Airport.

Practical Information

Oslo and Copenhagen are both within the Schengen Area, so you don't need a passport to travel between them. We recommend British citizens keep their passports on them anyway, in case there are any photographic ID checks. Try to arrive at the airport no later than 90 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.

What to expect in Copenhagen

There's no time difference between Copenhagen and Oslo. The currency is different (the Danish kroner) so you should exchange some of your Norwegian krone before you fly. Copenhagen has a milder climate than Oslo, but still has warm summers and cold winters. The average temperature in Copenhagen during July and August is 1°C cooler than Oslo, at 17°C. The average high is a very pleasant 21°C. During winter, the average temperature is 0°C. It can drop as cold as -3°C during February, the same as Oslo's average January temp.

Good news for your travel budget: Copenhagen is generally cheaper than Oslo. You can save even more kroner by trying these 9 things to do in Copenhagen on a budget. Dinner for two in Copenhagen costs about £70* on average (£5 less than you'd spend in Oslo) while a pint of beer is about £5.20* (compared to £7.50* in Oslo.

For great travel tips, look no further than our 7 best things to see and do in Copenhagen.

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