A relaxed, stress-free break or an action-filled adventure? Fly with Widerøe and experience
the holiday of your choice amidst Norway’s must-see nature attractions.
As Norway is a country with very long distances and rough weather conditions, flying is often the best way to get around. The Norwegian airline Widerøe offer scheduled flights to 43 airports all over Norway, with as many as 25 located in Northern Norway.
Fly to Bodø or Tromsø and continue to the very heart of exotic winter destinations in Lofoten, Vesterålen or Finnmark.
Combine SAS and Widerøe
It is easy to combine Widerøe flights with international and domestic SAS flights, as you can reserve all flights under one booking and check the luggage through to your final destination.
Flying with Widerøe is the easiest way to cover long distances and the sensible way of getting around in Finnmark. Tourists come here both for the tranquillity of nature and for activities like dog sledding, snowmobiling and wildlife safaris. Finnmark is the home of the indigenous Sami people.
Widerøe can take you from Tromsø to 11 airports in Finnmark. Alta, Kirkenes and Honningsvåg, the nearest airport to the North Cape, are particularly recommended.
Kirkenes is located near the Russian border. Here, you can sleep in a snow hotel and venture out on a king crab safari.
The iconic destination of the North Cape is known as the northernmost point in mainland Europe accessible to tourists.
Alta is the largest town in Finnmark and a classic northern lights destination.
Widerøe flies from Bodø to three airports in Lofoten: the important hub Svolvær, where you will find a rich cultural life and a number of art galleries, and the traditional fishing villages of Røst and Leknes, that are surrounded by raw nature with towering mountains and white, sandy beaches.
If you want to combine your northern lights trip with a whale watching safari, Vesterålen is the most obvious choice.
Widerøe flies from Bodø and Tromsø to the charming village of Andenes and the small coastal town of Stokmarknes. Both places are characterised by their stunning, tranquil surroundings.
Witnessing the aurora borealis is an unforgettable experience. Visit Northern Norway and nature’s light show while combining activities, tours and accommodations that meet your needs.
There are different opportunities when travelling to Northern Norway. Enjoy a cruise or catch a plane. Whatever way of travelling you prefer, the somewhat distant kingdom of the northern lights is still easily accessible.
We want you to be happy in Norway, and enjoy your time here as much as you possibly can. Happy guests come back, and before you know it we have made friends for life. Makes sense, then, to share our best tips to make your stay a good one.