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Flight booking tips

Favourite airline: Norwegian Air International
The majority of passengers on the route London Gatwick – Oslo prefer to fly with Norwegian Air International.
Norwegian Air International
33 %
Air Baltic
23 %
Norwegian
9 %
Tip: book 3 months before departure
Tip: book flights on this route 3 months before departure and save up to 40 %.
100 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Tuesday
Cheap flights on this route are operated on Tuesday.
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 27 % more expensive.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
02h 05min
22h 10min
17h 35min
£54
£74
£126
The favourite connection is non-stop
Direct flights are especially popular on this route. 44 % of travellers will book a non-stop flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
02h 05min, from £54
44 %
1 stopover Riga International Airport
22h 10min, from £74
24 %
1 stopover Stavanger Airport, Sola
08h 25min, from £83
8 %

Travel Tips

Oslo Trip

The capital city Oslo in Norway has many exciting attractions, things to do and see. It's a great place for a holiday.

Oslo's highlights

The best time to travel to Oslo is from May-October. The peak season lasts from June-August, and late summer is rainy. When it comes to holidays and festivals Oslo has lots to offer. Plan your trip to coincide with Constitution Day (a National holiday) on May 17th to see processions, and a Children's and Music Festival. There's a free open air festival in June/mid June on the first Saturday of August and in mid-August a four day Rock Festival called "Norwegian Wood". Enjoy the Øya Festival (rock music over 4 days) in mid-August and the Oslo Jazz Festival at the end of October. 

A few useful tips before you venture to Oslo 

 Try winter sports like skiing in Holmenkollen. There are limited licensing hours in Oslo and Norway overall, spirits are only sold in some shops. Alcohol is prohibited in public areas with a no smoking policy in restaurants or bars. The cost of living in Oslo is generally higher than in the UK and London. Basic meals are usually a little cheaper than in London but alcohol is more expensive.

Oslo: find your way around

Airport transfers: the quickest is the Airport Express train "Flytoget" which takes around 20 minutes and costs about 180 NOK. The airport express bus takes between 40-45 minutes at a cost of about 175 NOK (return ticket ca. 270 NOK). Expect taxi prices to be approximately 750 NOK depending on the time, the number of people and distance. Backpacker hostels are around 200 NOK for a bed in a shared room. Three star hotels average will be around 1600 NOK per night, per person while an apartment is about 1800 NOK/night. Campsite huts are around 500 NOK/day, campsites about 195 NOK/night for two people. 

Single tickets for suburban trains cost around 30 NOK or 20 NOK extra if bought on the train. Taxis are around 45 NOK start price + ca. 13 NOK/km. Bike sharing system, the Oslo Bysykkel, smartcards are available from tourist information costing about 100 NOK/day.

Flight information London Gatwick - Oslo
Cheap direct flights
Flight details London Gatwick - Oslo
  • Flight duration: min. 02:05 / max. 02:05
  • Distance: 1228 km
  • Flights per week: 34
  • Return flight duration: min. 02:20 / max. 02:25