Transport Links

Travelling to Norway from Scotland has never been easier.

There are several direct routes between major airports in Scotland and Norway. The major international airlines offer flights to Norway via hubs in the UK or in Europe.

Norwegian operates a direct flight between Edinburgh and Oslo three times a week.

Ryanair operates a daily route between Glasgow Prestwick and Sandefjord Torp.

Widerøe flies Aberdeen to Bergen and Stavanger on a daily basis. Also, Widerøe operates a summer route Edinburgh - Bergen. 

City Star Airlines operates a direct route from Aberdeen to Oslo and direct routes from Aberdeen to Stavanger and Aberdeen to Kristiansund N.

Eastern Airways already have twice daily weekday flights from Stavanger to Aberdeen and will launch another new route from Stavanger to Newcastle from Monday 12th May with connection opportunities to onward UK destinations.

Smyril Line offers a seasonal cruise between Lerwick and Bergen.

Newcastle is also a gateway to Scandinavia. Widerøe & Eastern Airways operate flights between Newcastle and Stavanger, while DFDS Seaway's ships sail from Newcastle to Kristiansand. Jet2 operates a direct route Bergen - Newcastle.

Sea-Cargo operates two multi-purpose vessels from Aberdeen to various destinations up and down the western coast of Norway including Haugesund, Tananger, Bergen, Florø, Ålesund, Molde, Kristiansund and Trondheim via Amsterdam and Immingham.

A 'Superfast' ferry connection from Rosyth to Kristiansund or Trondheim is under consideration.

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