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Stavanger

SAS

Flexible and value-for-money air travel SAS is the leading airline group in Northern Europe. 31.2 million passengers flew with SAS in 2007 to 152 de...

Fyresdal

Fyresdal Airfield

Fyresdal airfield is 800 meters long and is situated in the heart of Southern Norway. The airfield is currently licensed as a private airfield approving plains up to 5700 kg/10 passengers to land. The airfield also has a RC-track.

Morvik

HeliTours AS

We offer helicopter sigsteseeing tours over some of Norways most beautiful cities, fjords and mountains. An experience you`ll never forget.

Gardermoen

Pegasus Airlines

Pegasus is a Turkish airline....

Kristiansund N

Kristiansund Airport, Kvernberget

Kristiansund airport, Kvernberget, is owned and run by Avinor AS. The airport also has a helicopter terminal (heliport), which sends helicopters to a...

Oslo

Airport Express Train

Flytoget, the Airport Express Train - is a high-speed train which brings the passengers to and from Oslo Airport - Gardermoen, with Drammen being the e...

Avaldsnes

Widerøe

Direct route between Copenhagen and Haugesund Monday to Sunday. Direct route between Bergen and Haugesund Monday to Friday....

Gardermoen

Oslo Airport

Oslo Airport (OSL) is located at Gardermoen, 47 km north of Oslo. OSL is Norway's largest airport, with direct routes to more than 140 domestic and int...

Molde

Molde Airport Årø

The plains almost land in the center of Molde. It takes you only ten minutes from the city center and the hotels by transfer bus or taxi. Scandinavian...
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