Cheap flights to Oslo

ORL — OSL
14 Aug — 21 Aug1
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Flights to Oslo in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inJulyHigh demand for flights, 16% potential price rise
Cheapest inFebruaryBest time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop
Average priceRM 2,902Average for return flights in August 2022
Return fromRM 3,512From Kuala Lumpur to Oslo
One-way fromRM 1,712One-way flight from Kuala Lumpur to Oslo

Cheap flights to Oslo in August, September 2022

The best prices found for OS1 flights for August, September
1 Sep - 6 Sep
KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

1 stop

33h 20m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

1 stop

17h 55m
RM 5,206

Malaysia Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

1 Sep - 6 Sep
KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

30h 50m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

1 stop

23h 10m
RM 5,233

Qatar Airways

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

1 Sep - 6 Sep
KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

29h 15m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

2 stops

26h 10m
RM 5,616

Multiple Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

Oslo 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Oslo found for this year
31 Oct - 13 Nov
KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

1 stop

23h 25m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

1 stop

26h 10m
RM 3,512

KLM

Pick Dates

Deal found 7/8/22

31 Oct - 12 Nov
KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

2 stops

22h 20m
OSL

Oslo Gardermoen

KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

2 stops

19h 00m
RM 3,606

Multiple Airlines

Pick Dates

Deal found 7/8/22

11 Nov - 19 Nov
KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

TRF

Oslo Sandefjord

1 stop

20h 55m
TRF

Oslo Sandefjord

KUL

Kuala Lumpur Intl

1 stop

26h 20m
RM 3,610

KLM

Pick Dates

Deal found 8/8/22

What is the cheapest month to fly to Oslo?

The cheapest ticket to Oslo found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

RM 2,772

February

RM 3,209

March

RM 2,576

April

RM 2,576

May

RM 3,098

June

RM 3,691

July

RM 4,849

August

RM 3,624

September

RM 3,289

October

RM 3,018

November

RM 3,080

December

RM 3,521

At the present moment the cheapest month to fly to Oslo is currently March; with July being the most expensive. Prices will vary depending on multiple factors such as booking in advance, airline and departure airports and times.

When is the best time to fly to Oslo?

Average Oslo flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

KUL - OSL

Price

RM 2,575 - RM 6,227

OSL

Temperature

-3 - 17 °C

OSL

Rainfall

40 - 90 mm

When is the best time to book a flight to Oslo?

The best time to book flights to Oslo is 60 days before your desired departure date. The cost of your flight will likely increase significantly if you book two weeks in advance of your flight.

Oslo may be one of the more expensive cities in Europe, but there are ways to enjoy Norway’s sophisticated capital without melting the plastic. The first thing is to find cheap flights to Oslo – Oslo Torp that is – and take the bus to the centre of the city. Another tip is to buy an Oslo Pass, which provides free public transport, free admission to museums and sights and even discounted ice-skate hire.

Thanks to the Gulf Stream, summer temperatures can hit 30 degrees and a spot of open-air swimming in the fjord is a free thrill. Days are long too, 21 hours of daylight in the summer months.

Cross the harbour by boat to the Bygdoy peninsula, where you’ll find several fascinating museums including the Viking Ship Museum, Norwegian Folk Museum, Kon-Tiki Museum, which tells the story of Thor Heyerdahl who in 1947 sailed 4,000 miles across the Pacific in a raft, and Fram Museum, which tells the stories of the polar explorers.

Gustav Vigeland’s sculptures populate the Vigeland sculpture park. The almost 200 giant sculptures were not only modelled by Vigeland, but he laid out the park too. It’s Norway’s most popular tourist attraction. The Screaming Baby Statue is one of the best.

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Oslo climate

Oslo has perfect weather for winter sports, cold with lots of snow. Winter days are dark and dusky though, and daytime temperatures are below zero (to about -9 degrees). Summers are mild with long sunny days. Oslo is far enough south to not have 24 hours of sun in summer, but the nights never get completely dark. Summertime temperatures range from the teens to low 20s. August is the wettest month and April and May the driest.

Getting around Oslo

To get to Oslo from other major European cities, you can get a train or bus. Oslo’s port also has daily ferry arrivals from Kiel, Germany and Denmark’s Frederikshavn and Copenhagen. If you’re arriving in Oslo by air, an airport bus will take from the arrivals gate to the Oslo Bus Terminal downtown. You can also catch the Airport Express train or hail a cab. Getting around in Oslo is easy. Buses, trams and the underground metro (T-bane) comprise an efficient and affordable public transport system.

What is good to know if travelling to Oslo?

  • The open-air Norwegian Museum of Cultural History features 155 authentic buildings from different national regions. In 2004, Bygdo Royal Farm merged with the museum and the farmyard, fields and grazing lands are now part of the museum grounds. Indoor exhibits feature Norwegian folk art and dress, Norway’s First Parliament Hall and … antique toys. The Christmas Fair is Oslo’s largest pre-Christmas event. Houses are traditionally decorated and there are more than a hundred stalls selling arts and crafts, foods and seasonal treats.
  • Karl Johans gate is the main pedestrian street, which connects the railway station with the Royal Palace. It’s a buzzy street with shops, cafes and lively performance artists.
  • The Oslo Domkirke, the city cathedral, dates from 1697 and boasts elaborate stained-glass windows. Concerts and exhibitions are held there and the square is a nice place to rest.
  • Aker Brygge was originally a dockyard and an industrial site – operated by Aker Mekaniske Verksted AS. It was rebuilt in the 1980s and now the area boasts offices, shops and restaurants, apartments and marina. Aker Brygge attracts more than six million visitors each year.
  • Museums, museums, museums. Oslo seems to have one to suit every interest. These include the Football Museum, Ibsen Museum, Munch Museum, Norwegian Scout Museum, Oslo Fire Museum and Norway’s Resistance Museum.
  • The Nobel Peace Centre, opened in Rådhusplassen in 2005, is where you can learn – through exhibits, films lectures, and interactive installations – about the various Peace Prize Laureates and their activities as well as the history of Alfred Nobel.
  • The Vigeland Sculpture Park has a fascinating history with 192 sculptures and more than 600 figures – all full size and modelled – by Gustav Vigeland, the 19th-century sculptor.