Fly to Lofoten

Most visitors to Northern Norway arrive by air. There are frequent flights and owing to competition you can find good deals if you plan well ahead.

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Widerøe

Widerøe offers 6 weekly direct flights from Oslo airport Gardermoen to Lofoten.  See timetable (linkes til http://www.wideroe.no/en/Fly-to-LoVe . Widerøe also offers several flights daily from Bodø (BOO) and Tromsø to Svolvær (SVJ) and  Leknes (LKN),  and flights from Bodø to Røst (RET) in Lofoten. For more information and to buy tickets, visit  www.wideroe.no.


SAS + Widerøe offer transfer options

SAS offers direct flights from Norway’s international airport, Oslo Gardermoen (OSL), to Bodø (BOO) and Tromsø.  From Bodø and Tromsø you may continue with Widerøe to Svolvær (SVJ) and  Leknes (LKN). You may also fly from Bodø to Røst (RET).  You can buy one connecting ticket for the entire journey on either www.sas.no or www.wideroe.no.

You may also choose between several daily direct flights from Oslo Gardermoen to Harstad/Narvik Airport Evenes (EVE), which is located 170 km from Svolvær. As Widerøe is part of the global Star Alliance, you can buy a connecting ticket starting from virtually anywhere worldwide.


Norwegian

The low-cost airline Norwegian, www.norwegian.no, offers direct daily flights from Oslo Gardermoen (OSL) to Bodø (BOO) and Harstad/Narvik Airport Evenes (EVE) year-round. In summer, Norwegian also offers direct flights to Andenes (ANX) in Vesterålen. Norwegian offers connecting tickets from many European cities.