Serving Norway’s capital city, the Oslo Gardermoen Airport is a major hub for Norwegian Air Shuttle. This company is the largest airline in Norway and the second biggest airline in the Scandinavian region. Norwegian Air Shuttle connects Oslo with more than a dozen domestic destinations including major cities such as Bergen, Kristiansand, Stavanger, Trondheim, and Tromso. Of Course, Norwegian Air Shuttle also offers additional direct service to other destinations in Nordic Countries. Denmark’s capital Copenhagen and Sweden’s capital Stockholm are naturally linked to Oslo via Norwegian Air Shuttle. Reykjavik-Keflavik International Airport in Iceland is also listed on the schedule of this busy Norwegian carrier.
The regional Norwegian Air Shuttle service extends to neighboring countries such as Finland and the Baltic nations of Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia. Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, and Vilinus are listed on the timetables operated by Norwegian Air Shuttle at Oslo Gardermoen Airport. Norway’s busiest airline also links Oslo with major cities in other parts of Europe. Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Kiev, Gdansk, Prague, Sarajevo, and Warsaw are major Eastern European cities that are directly linked to Oslo thanks to Norwegian Air Shuttle. Other large cities in European countries such as France, Germany, Italy, and Spain are also accessible via this major Norwegian airline.
The second busiest operations at Oslo Gardermoen Airport belong to Scandinavian Airlines. This company is the official flag carrier for Norway as well as for Denmark and Sweden. Scandinavian Airlines connects Oslo with similar destinations as those offered by Norwegian Air Shuttle. Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, London, Milan, Nice, and Rome are also part of the daily service offered by Scandinavian Airlines. Of course, Scandinavia’s largest airline company also offers direct flights to the company’s other hubs in Copenhagen Airport and Sweden Arlanda Airport. When the vacation season arrives, passengers can escape the cold winter in Norway thanks to Scandinavian Airlines. This major company takes customers to resorts in Greek, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese territories in continental Europe and the Mediterranean region.
Other major Scandinavian carriers that serve Oslo Gardermoen Airport include Sweden’s Novair and TUIfly Nordic as well as Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia. These companies specialize in charter flights to resort destinations.
More than a dozen other European airline companies serve Norway’s busiest airport. This list includes flag carriers such as Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Finnair, KLM, and Lufthansa. Non-European airlines that serve Oslo include Aeroflot, Pakistan International Airlines, Thai Airways International, and United Airlines.