Cheap Oslo Flights

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Izmir-Oslo 1,576.54 TL
Gardermoen Airport
Sandefjord Torp Airport
Moss Rygge Airport
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Cheapest Oslo Flights

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Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 9h
16 June 2024, Sunday 05:35
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 8h 30m
19 June 2024, Wednesday 06:05
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 15h 40m
06 June 2024, Thursday 22:55
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 15h 25m
03 June 2024, Monday 23:10
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 16h
08 June 2024, Saturday 22:35
Pegasus Airlines
direct-flight - 4h
13 June 2024, Thursday 08:35
direct-flight - 4h 5m
06 June 2024, Thursday 19:45
Scandinavian Airlines
direct-flight - 1h 50m
25 June 2024, Tuesday 10:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 12h 20m
01 June 2024, Saturday 02:15
1 stop - 15h 30m
06 June 2024, Thursday 07:20
Air Baltic
direct-flight - 1h 5m
30 July 2024, Tuesday 08:10
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 12h 45m
01 June 2024, Saturday 01:50
direct-flight - 1h 55m
19 August 2024, Monday 07:10
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 11h 10m
03 June 2024, Monday 04:25
direct-flight - 1h 30m
27 May 2024, Monday 11:05
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 31h 25m
05 June 2024, Wednesday 05:10

Popular Cheap Flights From Oslo

Here are the dates of cheap flights from Oslo

Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 9h 10m
27 May 2024, Monday 14:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 15h 25m
30 July 2024, Tuesday 14:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 7h 15m
19 July 2024, Friday 14:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 16h 25m
03 June 2024, Monday 14:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 16h 10m
09 August 2024, Friday 14:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 7h 5m
01 August 2024, Thursday 12:40
Pegasus Airlines
direct-flight - 3h 45m
02 August 2024, Friday 14:40
direct-flight - 4h
08 August 2024, Thursday 23:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 10h 40m
31 May 2024, Friday 14:40
Air Baltic
1 stop - 22h 35m
27 May 2024, Monday 19:45
1 stop - 5h 35m
07 August 2024, Wednesday 13:20
Air Baltic
1 stop - 23h 15m
09 July 2024, Tuesday 19:45
Air Baltic
direct-flight - 1h
11 June 2024, Tuesday 09:55
direct-flight - 2h
25 July 2024, Thursday 15:40
Pegasus Airlines
1 stop - 10h 35m
29 May 2024, Wednesday 14:40
direct-flight - 1h 25m
05 June 2024, Wednesday 12:15

Information for Oslo Flights

There are 60 flights operating between Istanbul and Oslo. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Izmir and Antalya to Oslo.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Oslo flights? In the coming 3 months: Amsterdam Oslo 4,143 TL, Ankara Oslo 3,338 TL and Antalya Oslo 3,338 TL

Better to book your flight to Oslo 69 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

August and April months are the highest season for Norway, Oslo. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: March and June.

Oslo, the capital and largest city of Norway, is also the fourth largest city in Scandinavia after Copenhagen and Stockholm.

Oslo, one of the most expensive cities in the world, is also the center of cultural activities with its history, northern forests, fjords, magnificent bay view and dynamic city life museums, art galleries, sculpture parks and concert venues.


In 1049 III. Oslo, which was founded by Harald and whose settled life is estimated to have started in 1000 years, has been badly damaged by fires throughout history and in 1624 the city was re-established in the bay near Akershus Fortress and this new area was named Kvadraturen. The city, which has become an important commercial and cultural center, was renamed Oslo in 1925. Oslo, a city of 40 islands in the bay, is considered the most beautiful Scandinavian city.

Places to visit

Resembling a fairy tale city with its colorful roofed houses, friendly and helpful city people, calm, peaceful and organized city center in the middle of the magnificent nature, Oslo is also a city where culture and art live, and has many places to visit.

Akershus Castle, a medieval castle located in the Oslo Harbor area in the city center, was built in 1290. II. The building, which was also used as a prison after World War II, includes the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, the Norwegian Resistance Museum, and the Royal Norwegian Cemetery. Vigelandsparken, a sculpture park, is home to 200 sculptures made by Gustov Vigeland and is a place that is flooded with tourists. The museum located in the park is one of the most beautiful structures in Norway with neo-classical architectural features, which Gustav Vigeland used as his studio and house. The traditionally dressed changing of the guard of the Royal Palace, which was built in the 19th century and considered among the most important historical structures of Norway, is very famous. In front of the 173-room palace is a statue of the Norwegian-Swedish king Karl Johan.

Located on the Bagdoy peninsula, the Viking Ship Museum is home to three Viking ships built from 9th century oak that were removed from Oslo Bay. The Norwegian Maritime Museum, which includes marine paintings, shipbuilding techniques, boat models, objects from fishing and marine archeology, was built in 1914. The architect of the museum, which has a very interesting architecture, won a design award. In addition, you can visit the National Gallery, with its rich collection of Norwegian, Scandinavian and international works from the 19th century to the present, and the Kon-Tiki Museum, which exhibits numerous archaeological remains from Easter Island, Peru and Eastern Polynesia. you can visit. The Nobel Institute, where the committee that determines the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize every year carries out its work, includes a research unit, meeting rooms, offices and a library. Opened in 2005, the Nobel Peace Center also serves as a culture-arts center where information about Alfred Nobel is provided, and temporary exhibitions and conferences are held.

TusenFryd Amusement Park, the most important amusement park in the city, is a frequent destination for families with children and those who want to participate in various sports activities. There are also restaurants in this area. Bygdoy Park, also called the Oslo Museum Peninsula, is surrounded by the sea and is Norway's most expensive area. The park, where you will admire its natural beauty, is also ideal for doing sports. You can also visit the Munch Museum and the University Museum of Cultural Heritage, where the famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch's famous Scream and other works are located, and you can have a pleasant time on the ski jumping track, also known as Holmenkollen Ski Jump. This place is also known as the most modern ski jumping track in the world.

Having a colorful nightlife, Oslo can be enjoyed with all kinds of music and live performances, and nightclubs and bars are open until late.

Food & Drink and Shopping

Norwegian cuisine, and Oslo in general, offers many varieties of food, and besides interesting experiences, you can try very successful examples from world cuisine. In addition to meat, which is one of the most important ingredients of the city, the presence of wild nature and the abundance of water areas ensured that fish and game meat took their place in the city cuisine. Norwegian salmon and lutefisk are among the most consumed local delicacies.

The big shopping malls, shops, shopping streets, specialty boutiques, small shops, markets, antique shops, international brands and local handicrafts are very satisfying in Oslo, which is an expensive city. Majorstuen, Bygdoy Alle and Grünerlokka are the main shopping areas of the city, while Bogstadveien and Hegdehaugsveien Streets are luxury shopping areas. Let us remind you that the stores in Grünerlokka, Karl Johans Gate Street are more affordable than the others.

FAQs about Oslo Flights

  • Which airlines are flying to Oslo?
    The airlines flying most frequently to Oslo are: Pegasus Airlines, SunExpress, Flynas, Eurowings and Turkish Airlines. The most popular route is Istanbul to Oslo. Pegasus Airlines, Qatar Airways and Aegean Airlines are the most popular airlines for this route.
  • How much is the cheapest flight to Oslo?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight to Oslo is Abuja to Oslo at 27 July 2024 and the price of the flight is 30,210 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Bergen to Oslo and it costs 4,805 TL.
  • How close the Oslo airports to the City Center?
    Oslo Gardermoen Airport is 1 km from the city center. Oslo Sandefjord Torp Airport is 8 km from the city center.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Oslo Flight Ticket Prices

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Popular Flights Ticket Price
Amsterdam - Oslo 4,143.36
Ankara - Oslo 3,338.30
Antalya - Oslo 3,338.30
Bahrain - Oslo 5,278.00
Berlin - Oslo 4,554.75
Bodrum - Oslo 3,108.30
Copenhagen - Oslo 2,273.20
Dalaman - Oslo 3,276.30
Doha - Oslo 4,608.00
Dusseldorf - Oslo 2,755.96
Dubai - Oslo 5,289.00
Alanya - Oslo 3,150.59
Hamburg - Oslo 2,640.64
Istanbul - Oslo 2,621.00
Izmir - Oslo 1,576.54
Jeddah - Oslo 6,431.00
Kuwait (City) - Oslo 3,301.00
Konya - Oslo 2,584.30
London - Oslo 3,675.75
Milan - Oslo 3,291.05
Munich - Oslo 4,194.85
Paris - Oslo 3,628.37
Riyadh - Oslo 4,740.00
Stockholm - Oslo 4,582.42
Warsaw - Oslo 5,786.79
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