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Northern lights over Sørvågen in Lofoten, Norway - Photo: Stockshots.no/ Innovation Norway
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Northern lights over Sørvågen in Lofoten, Norway Photo: Stockshots.no/ Innovation Norway

Getting to Northern Norway in winter

With Norwegian's direct flight from Gatwick to Tromsø from £70*, a magic winter holiday in Northern Norway is only a few hours away.

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With Norwegian
Thanks to Norwegian's direct flight from Gatwick to Tromsø from as little as £70* one way, it is no longer necessary to stay over in Oslo on your way to Northern Norway. With a flight time of only around three and a half hours, Northern Norway is more accessible than ever. 

With Norwegian via Oslo
Make the most out of your trip and combine your winter holiday in Northern Norway with a few days in Norway's capital Oslo. Norwegian flies directly from Oslo's airport Gardermoen to the following airports in Northern Norway:

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With SAS
You can fly SAS to Northern Norway destinations where you can spot the northern lights.

SAS operates direct domestic flights from Gardermoen to the following airports in Northern Norway:

Always with SAS:

  • Free baggage allowance
  • Free check in and seat selection
  • World class punctuality
  • 24 hour money back guarantee
  • Child discount 25-90%
  • Earn EuroBonus points
  • Coffee, tea and newspapers included

 

With Widerøe
Widerøe has an excellent network of flights within Northern Norway. Widerøe also flies from Trondheim to:

 

A voyage to Northern Norway

Hurtigruten, the Norwegian Coastal Express, sails daily from Bergen to Kirkenes and back. The one-way trip takes seven days. Voyages of shorter or longer duration combined with a range of activities and excursions are available.

 

UK tour operators

UK-based tour operators to Northern Norway include:

Charter flights

This winter you can fly direct from Gatwick Airport to Harstad/Narvik Airport Evenes in Northern Norway. On arrival you will be met by your hosts for a guided transfer (approximately three hours) to the Lofoten Islands or Vesterålen. You will have the chance to experience the wonderful northern lights, engage in activities such as a whale and orca safaris, a visit to a Samí family, dog sledging and much more. 

The trips (including direct flights, accommodation, meals and activities) are available through various UK tour operators: 

The flights are provided by 68 Lofoten and Discover the Arctic.

* Fares are based on lowest one way fare, incl. taxes and charges. Subject to availability.

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Last updated:  07 August 2013
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Northern lights over Sørvågen in Lofoten, Norway - Photo: Stockshots.no/Innovation Norway

Getting to Northern Norway in winter

With Norwegian's direct flight from Gatwick to Tromsø from £70*, a magic winter holiday in Northern Norway is only a few hours away.

Getting to Northern Norway in winter

Source: Visitnorway

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