Wizz Air’s new routes, which will complement its existing domestic portfolio, have been announced amid the current wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting at EUR 10, the airline’s prices will be some of the cheapest Norway has seen yet. The company’s new flight paths will connect Southern and Northern Norway multiple times a week.
Travelers will be able to fly from Oslo to Alta four times a week, and from Oslo to Kirkenes three times a week. Oslo-Alta flights are set to launch on December 18, and Oslo-Kirkenes routes on December 15.
Wizz Air’s new routes join the Hungarian airline’s already available list of domestic flights through Norway.
Find our coverage on the existing routes, which launched in November, here.
At EUR 10, or NOK 99, the ticket prices don’t include checked luggage. But if you can make do without big bags, you can travel cross the Arctic Circle and come back – for the price you’d pay for two beers in an Oslo bar. And at the Oslo Airport, for that matter.
For timetable and booking information, head to Wizz Air’s official website here.
Source: Norway Today