Planning your trip to Oslo?
The two best ways to get to Oslo are airplane to Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Sandefjord Airport Torp. Flight ticket prices vary widely. You will find many reasonable flights to and from Oslo. The earlier you book, the more choices you have.
SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) is appointed as the Official Airline for the EURAM 2006 in Oslo, Norway.
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Oslo International Airport Gardermoen (OSL) is convenient and close to the city. Many regular scheduled airlines fly to Oslo Airport Gardermoen. OSL also has a wide variety of bargain tickets on regular flights and a good selection of bargain airlines. Check with your travel agent or
the Internet to obtain the best rates available.
To learn more about travel to and from OSL, please visit the airport web site at:
Check under "travellers" for information on how to get to Oslo and back to the airport. The easiest way is the Airport Express Train, the special high-speed train. It runs to Oslo Central Station every 20 minutes. The trip takes 20 minutes. Regular trains and buses will take between 30 and 50 minutes.
Sandefjord International Airport Torp is well known as a bargain airport with super low-cost flights to Oslo. English language information on Torp is available at:
Those who want the super low-cost Ryanair flight to Torp can check Ryanair for flight information at
A bus coordinated with Ryanair flights goes to Oslo:
It's also possible to catch a train from nearby Sandefjord:
Buses and trains go to the Central Station in Oslo.
Please allow at least 2 hours transportation time each way. This is very important in planning your return flight!
Check with your travel agent or the Internet to obtain the best rates available.