Turkish Airlines offers five different flight alternatives in average every day from Oslo to Dubai. All operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST); these flights take off from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL) and land at Dubai International Airport (DXB). Note that, passengers may be required to change airports during their layovers at Istanbul.
The duration of the journey from Oslo to Dubai varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 8 to 30 hours in average. Moreover, passengers in this route have a chance to turn their layover into pleasant moments with the services offered by Turkish Airlines. If your layover is between 6 to 24 hours, you may benefit from the sightseeing service Touristanbul, offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines and enjoy exploring instantly the enchanting Istanbul.
The enthralling Norwegian destination by its magnificent nature, Oslo is encircled by the deep blue North Sea and verdant mountainous terrains. Evoking admiration also by its high standards of living, this beautiful capital remains as a favorite city worldwide by its organizations taking place in culture, art and educational fields, as well as the restless pace of its social life.
Karl Johans Street is one of the central spots in the city, where the glorious building of the Royal Palace, many administrative halls around, together with stunning architectural works of art are situated. Opera Hall, hosting any kind of event taking place in Oslo, and Akershus, ranking among the top historic icons, The Viking Ship Museum providing an insight into the region’s background, Vigeland Sculpture Park remarkable for its monuments and sculptures, and the Oslo Cathedral are the worth-seeing notable sites in the city. There are three airports serving in Oslo: Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL), Sandefjord Torp Airport (TRF) and Moss Rygge Airport (RYG). Turkish Airlines flights from Oslo take off from Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL).
It is possible to use the express trains for reaching the airport from Oslo city center. Oslo S trains operating in every 10 minutes from Oslo Central Station reach the airport within nearly 20 minutes. You may also reach Oslo-Gardermoen Airport (OSL) comfortably via the trains setting off from Drammen in every 20 minutes, dropping by Nationaltheatret Station.
Passengers planning to take airport shuttles may use the vehicles serving from the center to the airport within 45 minutes in average. Moreover, you may also reach the airport via the cabs serving 7/24 in the city.
As one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai ranks among the top popular destinations in the Middle East both by its modern presence and its luxurious life. Converted into a stunning city from a tiny town, Dubai shines like a star, built in the middle of a desert by huge investments.
Earning a livelihood by fishery and pearl hunting prior to the tourism investments, Dubai is remarkable today for its world class hotels, artificial islands, glorious shopping malls and giant skyscrapers rising to the sky. Hosting the notable shopping fairs worldwide, Dubai draws interest by its spotless beaches as well. As a fascinating destination offering a wide range of activities from safari experience to water sports, Dubai promises a brilliant holiday for all its guests. The world’s highest building Burj Khalifa, Dubai Museum where you can witness the history of the local life, the artificial island Palm Jumeriah on the coastal strip and various theme parks are the top popular tourist attractions in Dubai.
There are two airports in Dubai: Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) and Dubai International Airport (DXB). Passengers holding a flight ticket to Dubai with Turkish Airlines land at Dubai International Airport (DXB).
It is very easy to reach the center from Dubai International Airport (DXB) as the airport is only 10 kilometers from the city center. Cabs are frequently preferred in Dubai as an extremely budget-friendly option. You may reach the center in a short period via the cabs operating on the way out the airport.
It is also possible to use the means of public transport serving on the way out the terminal building. Buses would be a practical option for those travelling to Daira and Bur Dubai districts as well. Buses numbered 401 set off from the airport and head toward Baniyas Street and Al Sabkha Bus Terminal. Buses numbered 402, on the other hand, serve between the airport and Ghubabia Bus Terminal. You may get on the buses numbered 11A, 11C and 64 to reach Gold Souk Bus Terminal. Operating for 24 hours, these municipal buses also serve very frequently.
Passengers planning to use the subway may reach the center via the red subway line operating in every 10 minutes from the terminals 1 and 3.