Turkish Airlines offers two direct flights every day from Istanbul to Oslo. Flights from Istanbul Airport (IST) to Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL) take nearly four hours. The number of flights remains the same throughout the year; however the hours of departure may change on a seasonal basis from time to time.
Turkey’s largest metropolis, Istanbul is situated in the northwestern part of the country, ranking among the top riveting cities worldwide by its cultural prosperity thanks to its perfect location extending over both Europe and Asia.
During your stay in this enchanting city, get ready to travel in time by the glorious historical artifacts all around the city, as well as the splendid mansions along two sides of the turquoise Bosporus. The beauty of Bosporus, the Maiden’s Tower in the heart of the sea, and the beautiful Galata Tower right across are among the top noteworthy icons in the city. Works dating back to the Byzantine, Greek and Ottoman periods in the Historical Peninsula as the first settlement in the city provide an insight into Istanbul’s background, whereas the stunning historical artifacts open to visit by their rich collections, such as Topkapı Palace, Hagia Sophia and Dolmabahçe Palace simply glorify the silhouette of Istanbul.
Istanbul has two airports serving to the city’s busy air traffic: Istanbul Airport (IST) in the European side and Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in the Anatolian side. Flights from Istanbul to Oslo with Turkish Airlines take off from Istanbul Airport (IST).
You can reach Istanbul Airport by private vehicle (IST) via D20, TEM or E5 roads. The city center is 35 km away from Istanbul Airport. You can reach the airport by IETT, taxi or Havaist. It takes around 30 minutes to reach the airport by taxi and costs around 100-110 TL. For more information on how to reach Istanbul Airport check the transport information page. There are plenty of transport options available for you to choose from.
The attractive capital of Norway, Oslo offers a delightful atmosphere for its guests by its location along the North Sea and its verdant nature. Ranking among the capitals with the highest standards worldwide, Oslo greatly contributes to the country’s economic structure as well.
As an extremely assertive work, the Royal Palace and other captivating architectural works around are regarded as the heart of the city. Karl Johans Gate starting from this spot is a vibrant social venue in the admirable city. The Opera Hall is a historic icon where many events take place, whereas Akershus Fortress and Viking Ship Museum are other significant attractions. Vigeland Sculpture Park evoking admiration by numerous sculptures and Oslo Cathedral as the favorite of many travelers are other worth-seeing sites, attracting a considerable number of tourists every year.
There are three airports serving in Oslo: Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL), Sandefjord Torp Airport (TRF) and Moss Rygge Airport (RYG). Turkish Airlines passengers with a flight ticket to Oslo land at Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL).
You may use the railway for reaching the city center from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL). The express trains get to the Central Station within nearly 20 minutes. Trains stopping by Drammen and Nationaltheateret Stations, on the other hand, also reach the Central Station following this route. Moreover, suburban trains operating from the airport also reach Skien, Kongsberg or Drammen.
You may also prefer the airport shuttles or take a cab serving 7/24 to reach the city center.