Due to the geography of Norway, scheduled air service is vital. Six Norwegian airlines are currently serving no less than 46 airports in Norway on a regular basis. In additition, to several foreign Airlines. British Airways franchise Sun-Air of Scandinavia serves Geilo´s Dagali Aiport from Oslo.
The main airport in Norway is Oslo Airport Gardermoen.
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, commercially branded "Norwegian," is a public low-cost airline noted on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The company is the second largest airline in Scandinavia, the third largest low-cost airline in Europe, and has a route portfolio that stretches across Europe into North Africa and the Middle East. With competitive prices and customer friendly solutions and service, the company has experienced significant growth in recent years.
The current majority of the fleet consists of dry-leased aircraft except from five aircraft that are on the company’s balance sheet. Norwegian has an order with the Boeing Company for the purchase of 63 Boeing 737-800 aircraft between 2009 and 2014. More than 13 million passengers flew with the airline in 2010. Norwegian operates 261 routes to 100 destinations and has approximately 2,500 employees.
2002 Norwegian launched a program of low-cost domestic flights between Oslo and Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Tromsø using a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft. On April 5th, 2002 we initiated low-cost flights to destinations in Spain and Portugal. During the summer of 2003, the network was expanded with flights to the Norwegian cities Alta, Harstad, Narvik, Bodø and Ålesund, and international routes to London and Stockholm.
Destinations in Norway: Oslo (OSL), Rygge (RYG), Bergen (BGO), Kristiansand (KRS), Stavanger (SVG), Trondheim (TRD), Tromsø (TOS), Alta (ALF), Kirkenes (KKN), Harstad (EVE), Narvik (EVE), Bodø (BGO), Bardufoss (BDU) and Longyearbyen (LYR).
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS),
AB is the Nordic region´s largest listed airline and travel group and
the fourth-largest air-line group in Europe, in terms of number of
passengers and operating revenue. The SAS Group offers air transport and related services from its base in Northern Europe. The Group also includes hotel operations with Rezidor SAS Hospitality. For the third consecutive year, SAS is Europe"s most punctual airline, according to the American company FlightStats.
In Norway the SAS group own Widerøe Airlines. Widerøe operate scheduled flights from Berlin, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Glasgow, Murmansk, Shetland and Stockholm.
Norway is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Scandinavian Airlines System
(SAS) Group and was established in the spring of 2004, SAS Norway has
created or announced a total of 18 new international routes. SAS Norway
operates routes in Norway, and also between Norway and the rest of
Europe. The airline is the largest in Norway, and has 440 departures daily. Around 3,750 employees work for the airline, which is based in Fornebu, close to Oslo.
SAS Norway has a route network covering 40 destinations from Longyearbyen in the north to Las Palmas in the south. SAS Norway is a member of the global Star Alliance network.
Destinations: Ålesund, Bergen, Haugesund, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Molde, Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, Alta, Bardufoss, Bodø, Harstad - Narvik, Kirkenes, Tromsø and Longyearbyen
Widerøe is the largest regional airline in Scandinavia, with a staff of 1,400. The company carries around 2 million passengers annually and flies to more than 40 domestic and 6 international destinations, including summer routes. Widerøe has been a part of the SAS Group since 2002.
Widerøe has close to 400 take-offs and landings every day and operates more than twice as many airports in Norway than any other airline. Today our network consists of 60% commercial routes, and 40% PSO routes (Public Services Obligations).
Fly Norway is a special offer to permanent
residents of countries outside Scandinavia and Finland. To use these
fares, you must be able to prove your residence in form of a valid
passport or official identity card.
Two fare levels:
Low available fare: The cheapest seats are available in small numbers, and mostly outside peek hours only.
available fare: If you´re not able to find the lowest fare on the flight you prefer, High available fare is easier to get, and still a
very reasonable fare.
Destinations in Norway: Alta, Andenes, Bergen, Berlevåg, Bodø, Brønnøysund, Båtsfjord, Førde, Hammerfest, Harstad, Narvik, Hasvik, Honningsvåg, Kirkenes, Lakselv, Leknes, Mehamn, Mo I Rana, Mosjøen, Namsos, Oslo, Røros, Rørvik, Sandane, Sandefjord, Sandnessjøen, Sogndal, Stavanger, Stokmarknes, Svolvær, Sørkjosen, Tromsø, Trondheim, Vadsø, Vardø and Ørsta / Volda.
The airline easyJet will start a route from Flesland Bergen to London Gatwick. The year-long daily route will start 20 May. easyJet are Europe´s leading airline, operating on over 600 routes across 30 countries with our fleet of over 200 aircraft. We employ over 8,000 people including 2,000 pilots and 4,500 cabin crew. Last year we flew over 59 million passengers.
easyJet flies between more primary airports on more popular routes across Europe than any other airline. These airports offer our passengers a greater connectivity across Europe, however they tend to be busier and more subject to slot constraints and curfews than smaller airfields located further away from Europe's main cities. Nonetheless, we do everything we can to get passengers to their destination on time.
Uncompromising safety and security have top priority with us. Our
aircraft of the type Airbus A319/320 are not only the market leaders in
terms of space, noise protection and energy consumption, they are also
maintained continuously in line with state-of-the-art technology.
experienced pilots and cabin crew look forward to the pleasure of
welcoming you on board with a smile. The Germanwings team of
approximately 460 employees, from check-in specialists to pilots, has
the objective of making your flight as safe and pleasant as possible
and accompanying you with top service and reliable information.
pilots get you safely to your destination. To ensure that this happens,
we rely on the tried and tested basic training of our crew at the
Lufthansa Training Center in Frankfurt and regular advanced training
Germanwings operates from Oslo.
the grand Norwegian scenery from one of our seaplanes. The variation of
fjord, mountains, waterfalls and claciers is in itself a grand show!
The tourists describe often these events as the highlight of the holiday and a memory for life.
company today operates six Cessna U/TU 206 and one DHC-2 Beaver, all
being seaplanes. Taxi and sightseeing operations are our main
occupation, but photo and reporting assignments are also well
represented. We operate on an all-year basis, but during the winter
season we have but one or two aircrafts in readiness. The season starts
on April 15th and ends about Oct. 15th.
Fonnafly was established 30 years ago at Rosendal
and is thus among the oldest airline companies in the country. During a
period Fonnafly was also one of Norway´s largest taxi/charter airlines,
but that was prior to the separation of the landplane division in 1990.
Today we operate from Bergen, Rosendal, Voss and Oslo.
Sundt Air operates from Oslo Airport Gardermoen. We can provide all personnel, for example pilots and mechanics, and
take care of all planning and operations. Furthermore, we can offer
hangar-space at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen and we have
favourable agreements on spare-parts and insurance. If the aircraft is
for exclusive use of the owner we will make sure it is ready for use at
all times, and if the owner also wishes to rent out the aircraft, we
can take care of sales and marketing. This will obviously contribute to
a cost-reduction for the owner.
on what aircraft to buy based on the individual needs of a prospective
owner, and support through the purchasing process, are important
elements in what we have to offer.
helicopter is the only helicopter operator at Oslo Airport, and
operates a fleet of modern helicopters. Pegasus helicopter is a JAR-OPS
3 operator, and also runs a JAR-145 maintenance facility in the Sundt
Air hangar. Sundt Air has a 34 % stake in the company.
Coast Air operates from Haugesund and have been in business sinze 1975. The airlane fly daily to 9 destinations. Haugesund, Bergen, Sandefjord, Oslo, Fagernes, Trondheim, Stord, Skien and Kristiansund.
company today operates a British Aerospace Jetstream 31 and 32EP with a
capacity of 19 passengers. A Jetstream 32 in VIP-version with a
capacity of 10 passengers and a ATR 42-320 with a capacity of 48
BERGEN AIR TRANSPORT
Bergen Air Transport operates from Bergen.
CHC operates a fleet of more than 250 aircraft in about 30 countries. The locations and number of our bases changes frequently based on customer requirements but we currently operate bases on every continent except Antarctica - and we are one of the few global operators with experience in that region.
Our main operating bases in Norway is Stavanger, Bergen, Florø, Kristiansund and Brønnøysund.
AIRPORTS LOCATED IN
Oslo Airport Gardermoen
Fagernes Airport (Private)
Geilo Airport (Private)
Sandefjord Airport Torp (Private)
Moss Airport Rygge (Private)
Skien Airport (Private)
Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik
Stavanger Airport, Sola
Haugesund Airport Karmøy
Bergen Airport Flesland
Stord Airport (Private)
SOGN & FJORDANE
Førde Airport Bringeland
Sogndal Airport Haukåsen
Sandane Airport Anda
MØRE & ROMSDAL
Molde Airport, Årø
Ålesund Airport Vigra
Kristiansund Airport, Kvernberget
Ørsta-Volda Airport, Hovden
Trondheim Airport, Værnes
Andøya Airport Andenes
Brønnøysund Airport Brønnøy
Mo i Rana Airport Røssvoll
Mosjøen Airport Kjærstad
Narvik Airport Framnes
Harstad / Narvik Airport Evenes
Sandnessjøen Airport Stokka
Stokmarknes Airport Skagen
Svolvær Airport Helle
Tromsø Airport, Langnes
Lakselv Airport Banak
Honningsvåg Airport Valan
Kirkenes Airport Høybuktmoen
Vardø Airport Svartnes
Svalbard Airport Longyear
AIRLINES, FERRIES, BOATS, and THE COASTAL VOYAGE
express boats / catamarans operate from early morning until late at
night. There is no need to book and indeed you rarely can do so.
The Norwegian Coastal Voyage (Hurtigruten) meaning the coastal express in Norwegian, sails up the coast of Norway all the way from Bergen right up beyond the Arctic Circle to Kirkenes.
The ships are regular service vessels built to carry freight, mail and
passengers along the 2,500 nautical miles of coastline. Calling at 34 ports en route, it takes eleven days if you do the entire return trip.
Norwegian State Railways (NSB) has a well developed network connecting the main cities. Where the railroad ends, comfortable coaches take you further to Nordkapp, Kirkenes, etc. in the north or Kristiansund, Molde and Ålesund in the west. Most of the long distance routes are scenic routes. Specially spectacular routes to recommend are the Flåm Line (side line from the Bergen line) and Rauma Line from Dombås to Åndalsnes.
Norwegian trains are very comfortable and provide good service, both on
day and night services. There are also good, direct rail connections
with the main cities in Sweden and Denmark.
Fares compare favourably with those in Britain,
and there are special rail passes available, valid for unlimited travel
during a chosen number of days. These are Scanrail Pass, Norway Rail
Pass and Freedom (Domino) - Pass - Norway. Discounts are given on
several coaches, ferries, etc. to holders of the Scanrail Pass. Note
that favourable prices are offered for Scandinavian connections by
British Rail International.