Where can I fly from Norway
Nationals of 32 countries can enter. Passengers traveling to study in Norway can enter as well. No entry for passengers from other countries until January 15 2021. Flights from the UK are suspended until December 30. Updated 29 DecemberPassengers could be subject to quarantine for 10 days. A list of quarantine exemptions can be found at https://www.fhi.no/en/op/novel-coronavirus-facts-advice/facts-and-general-advice/travel-advice-COVID19/ . Passengers must present a printed medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus test result. Passengers arriving from the UK are subject to PCR test upon arrival amd quarantine for 10 days. Updated 29 December
Can I return tickets purchased online?Norway: If your flight is cancelled, you can issue a forced return ticket and get the money back. To do this, you need to contact the website or company where you purchased the ticket. Usually, to hand over a ticket, you need to go to your personal office on the site or in the application and fill in the ticket return application.
Norway: are there any flights today?The situation with flights is constantly changing. Before the epidemic, there were 2067 flights to the country every day. Today there are336. Make sure yourself — find any country's airport on the map and click on the circle. You will see how many flights are in progress and which airlines are now flying. If you have other information about flights to Oslo, Bergen, Tromso, Trondheim, Stavanger, write to us in a chat — we will be grateful.
Norway:When will they start selling tickets?The whole world is waiting for planes to fly again. To make a journey thousands of miles in a few hours— isn't that great? We are also looking forward to this day and understand you perfectly well. To avoid missing the start of sales, select the city of interest on your map and subscribe to notifications. As soon as the tickets are on sale, we will send you a message immediately:)