Flights from New York to Oslo

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Flight information New York to Oslo

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


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Average flight time, total distance 3673 miles

7h 0min

Most popular airline last month


Oslo Gardermoen and Oslo Torp

2 airports

Explore Oslo

Oslo Hotels

Scandic Oslo Airport


Comfort Hotel Karl Johan

StudentsSolo Female

Grand Hotel


Anker Hostel


Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Oslo: Oslo Gardermoen and Oslo Torp.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New York to Oslo is $272. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
7h 0min is the average flight time from New York to Oslo.
There are 2 airlines who fly non-stop from New York to Oslo.
There are 11 flights per week flying from New York to Oslo, as of September.

International travel can be one of the most exciting endeavors you ever undertake and traveling from New York to Oslo, Norway can open you up to a whole new world you never even imagined before. As you are beginning to plan your trip and think about booking a flight from New York to Oslo, there are many factors to consider in the process, including finding the best prices for your flights. Skyscanner can help you to do just that with features like the cheapest month search tool and the price alert option.

Airports in New York

When you are planning to take a trip from New York to Oslo, you will want to fly out of the three major international airports in the New York area. Those two airports are the John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport or the Newark Liberty International Airport.

JFK International Airport

The largest of these three airports is JFK International Airport. It served more than 59 million passengers in 2016 and is one of the busiest airports in the United States. If you plan to travel through JFK, keep in mind that you are traveling through a large and busy international travel hub and because of that, giving yourself plenty of time to park and get through security is a must.

LaGuardia Airport

LaGuardia Airport is another major airport in the New York area, having served 29.8 million passengers in 2016. Parking at LaGuardia is made quite simple with terminal-specific uncovered parking lots, long-term parking options, and even premium reserved parking if you would like. Shuttle services are available for all parking areas to get to the terminals quickly and easily.

Newark Liberty International Airport

Newark Liberty International Airport is another major airport that serves the New York area. Though located in New Jersey, it is still considered to be a New York airport and served 40 million passengers in the year 2016. Newark Liberty International Airport offers online parking reservations for all parking lots as well as valet parking if you would like to make your arrival easier. AirTrain shuttles can take you to the terminal from your chosen parking lot to help you get through check-in as quickly as possible.

Arriving in Oslo

There is one major airport serving the capital city of Oslo, Norway. It is commonly referred to as simply the Oslo Airport but is also referred to as Oslo Airport, Gardermoen or Oslo Lufthavn (in Norwegian). When you arrive at Oslo Airport, you will have several travel options to take you to your hotel or to the sites you want to see first. You can take the Flytoget Airport Express Train or the Norwegian State Railways, and bus services if you prefer public transportation. Taxi services are also readily available. And, of course, if you prefer to have the freedom of driving yourself around, rental cars are available through several rental companies that are located in the P-Zone of the Oslo Airport.

What to Do in Oslo

Oslo is a beautiful city with a great history and heritage. If you have always been fascinated with the Viking culture, head to the Viking Ships Museum. Other sites to consider include the Royal Palace, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History or the Nobel Peace Center.

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