Norwegian Lapland flight tips
A wide range of international operators fly into Oslo from around the world including those from SAS, Finnair, Norwegian, British Airways, Icelandair, US Airways, United, Delta Airlines, KLM, Air France, Qatar Airways, Malaysia Airlines and Thai Airways.
Although it is always worth checking, many of the international and domestic flight companies work together allowing you to arrange a journey on one booking.
From Oslo, there are a number of flight options into the Arctic region to start your Norwegian Lapland adventure holiday, options include:
– Tromso: know by many as the gateway to Arctic activities, is serviced by Norwegian and SAS
– Narvik (Harstad, Evenes): home to many cultural and Northern Lights Arctic Activities, has flights from Norwegian and SAS
– Bodo: is also serviced by Norwegian and SAS
– Alta: Is a perfect destination for dog sledding activities and Northern Lights tours, and is serviced on select dates by Norwegian and SAS
– Kirkenes: in the far North is serviced by Norwegian and SAS on select dates
Smaller destinations are serviced by onward internal flights with the Arctic region dotted with 20 small airports served by Wideroe, a regional carrier, most of which fly via Tromso.
If you are flying from the UK, at certain times of the year, Norwegian fly some limited direct international flights into the region from Gatwick to Tromso.