The Hungarian low-fare airline enters the Norwegian domestic market in November with two Airbus A320neo planes. Photo: Wizz Air

Wizz Air starts domestic routes in Norway with flights to Tromsø for €18

With four flights per day between Oslo and Tromsø, the low-fare airline offers the cheapest tickets seen to a destination north of the Arctic Circle.
October 06, 2020


The airline presented its domestic routes in Norway via an online press conference on Tuesday. From November 5th, Wizz Air opens routes from Oslo Gardermoen to Bergen, Trondheim and Tromsø.

Tickets start at 199 kroner (€18) one way if you are flying without checked-in luggage. That is about the same as a one-way ticket with the airport express train from downtown Oslo to Gardermoen airport. A one-way ticket with the airport bus in Tromsø costs 110 kroner for the about 10 minutes drive.

Wizz Air’s competitors on domestic flights are SAS and Norwegian. As of today, SAS has six direct flights to Tromsø per day, starting at 999 kroner. Flying Norwegian, prices between Oslo and Tromsø starts at 829 kroner.

Wizz Air has previously operated routes between Poland and Tromsø.

Tromsø is the hub for regional flights operated by Widerøe to the comprehensive network of smaller airports in northernmost Norway.


Regional airliner Widerøe in the skies over Tromsø, northern Norway. Photo: Thomas Nilsen





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