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Looking for cheap business class flights to Norway? We offer a wide range of business class flight options to Norway, so you can find the perfect flight to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for a direct flight or one with stops, we can help you find the best deal on business class flights to Norway. And because we work with a variety of airlines, we can offer cheap business class flights from a variety of departure cities USA. So whether you’re coming from New York, Washington, or anywhere else, we can help you find cheap business class flights to Norway.
Come to Norway to see the fjords, the mountains, and the northern lights. To get from one to the other, drive through the longest tunnel in the world at a whopping 15 miles, costing roughly $110 million USD. Or maybe you’ll visit to receive a Nobel Peace Prize, as it is awarded in Oslo. This country has so much to offer, we can barely contain it in one post.
Though part of Scandinavian Europe, Norway’s main currency is not the Euro. Instead, it is the Norwegian Krone NOK or kr. One Krone equally one US dime. It is always good to keep cash on you just in case, but almost everything you’ll want to buy can be purchased with a credit card.
Norway shares the same seasons as the United States: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. While all of these seasons make for a beautiful visit, be sure to check the weather prior to your trip. Some of the activities you wish to do may be out of commission during certain seasons. For example, some famous Norwegian hiking trails are unreachable during winter due to the impressive level of snowfall. Do your meteorological research and pack your suitcase accordingly.
Allemannstretten is a rule in Norway that translates to “every man or woman’s right of public access.” In practice, this means that any Norwegian can pitch a tent anywhere in the country (unless there are specific signs in designated areas to protect the habitat). Spending time outdoors is a priority for most Norwegians so be sure to leave no trace of your stay. Littering of all varieties is extremely frowned upon.
Allemannstretten allows for campers and hikers to take special advantage of the magnificent national parks that Norway has to offer. Gaze at the waterfall in Rondane National Park, appreciate the turquoise waters in Jotunheim National Park, or bask in the mountains of Folgefonna National Park. There is much to be impressed by.
Winter in Norway has something special: the midnight sun. Summers in Norway can experience 24 days, where the sun never sets. But winters in Norway experience the exact opposite: 24 hours of darkness. This is a wild phenomenon that freaks a lot of people out, but it is worth experiencing once in your life.
Norway has some of the best salmon in the entire world. In fact, the Norwegians introduced salmon sushi to the Japanese during the 1980’s. So the next time you enjoy a crispy salmon roll, thank Norway.
Purchasing alcohol in Norway is tricky. Any substance stronger than 4.7% is regulated by the state-run vinmonopolet shops whereas substance weaker than 4.7% is sold at local supermarkets. This separation was instigated by the 1920s prohibition that attempted to lower alcohol intake. Be sure to get your goods during the week as most shops are closed on Sundays and have flexible hours on Saturdays.
Because of the country’s prohibitional and Lutheran past, Norway has a more detached relationship with alcohol. Of course you’re allowed to enjoy a glass of wine with your dinner, but you may be the only one. Norwegians save their drinking for the weekends when they can really let loose.
In most large-scale train stations, the ticket vendors will accept bills up to 500 kr, or $50 USD. However, in the smaller-scale stations, coins and cards are the only way to purchase tickets. Most don’t even have a physical ticket office. If you have bank notes on your person, you can purchase tickets after you board the train. Just hop into the wagon that has the conductor inside and ask them to help you out. Be warned – most of these on-train tickets are roughly 25% more expensive.
There are 98 airports in Norway certified by the International Civil Aviation Organization, 45 of which are owned by the government. Almost all of the public airports offer business class flights.
May, June, September, and October offer some of the best samples of Norwegian weather. However, if you came to the country specifically to see the northern lights, visit somewhere between November and February.
A flight from America to Norway, capital to capital, is 8 hours, usually with a connecting flight. There are additional business class flights with options for one-stop flights and multiple-stop flights.
Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Norway.
Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:
For this specific destination, try Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA.
Contact Voyagu to find the cheapest flights to Norway.
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