There are more than 50 airports in Norway, making even the northernmost communities accessible by plane.
All the large cities and towns have airports catering for both international and domestic flights. In fact, there are more than 50 airports in Norway serviced through regular routes, making even remote places such as the Lofoten Islands, the North Cape and Svalbard easily accessible by plane. However, you should be prepared to maybe change planes once or twice in order to reach your final destination.
The main international Norwegian airports are in Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Tromsø, Trondheim, Ålesund, Haugesund and Sandefjord. Find more information about airports in Norway.
Norway is the country in Europe with the most airline trips per capita, and the routes from Oslo to Trondheim, Bergen, and Stavanger are all amongst the ten busiest in Europe.
A long and craggy country, Norway has not always been as easy to get around as we'd like it to be. But modern conveniences have made it much easier than it once was. These days, there are trains, boats, roads, and a network of small airports, all making it quite practical to see any part of the country.
Keep calm and drive on. Driving a car is perhaps one of the best ways to experience Norway at your own pace.
Every city and town in Norway has a local bus service, and there is an extensive network of express coaches throughout the country.
From ancient times, we Norwegians have been a seafaring people, not just because we love the sea, but because we have had to be.