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HeliWing helicopter taxi

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Helicopter is a quick and effective way to travel. HeliWing offers helicopter taxi and transport from Oslo and can have helicopters ready on short notice.

With a helicopter from HeliWing you can see glaciers, fjords and mountains in one day and be back in Oslo in the evening. Most places in Southern Norway can be reached in less than 2 hours.

Pick-ups and drop-offs at Gardermoen.

Travel times
Bergen: 1,5 hours
Stavanger: 1,8 hours
Kristiansand: 1,5 hours
Trondheim: 1,7 hours

HeliWing has helicopters with room for up to five passengers.

Facilities

  • Credit cards

    • credit cards accepted

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  • Air travel Air travel
  • Taxi Taxi
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Helicopter is a quick and effective way to travel. HeliWing offers helicopter taxi and transport from Oslo and can have helicopters ready on short...

HeliWing helicopter taxi

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