Flights Oslo - Amsterdam
Amsterdam is famous for its many canals, which have earned it the name of the "Venice of the North". The water, the many bridges and the brick-fronted houses give the largest city in the Netherlands a unique air.
There is nothing nicer than exploring Amsterdam by bicycle and experiencing the city the way the locals do: visiting the flower market or perhaps the cheese market, where you can also taste Amsterdam.
The cultural diversity created by a population that includes people from every continent ensures a relaxed atmosphere and a feeling of acceptance. Amsterdam offers something for everyone, young and old alike, including museums, great cuisine and a vibrant nightlife. Amsterdam is a blend of sights and attractions that every visitor can find without difficulty and is without a doubt an excellent choice for a city break.
Oslo Lufthavn (OSL)
Oslo Lufthavn is Norway's main airport. In 2014, OSL served 24,3 million travellers and was Scandinavia's second largest airport.
The airport is located in Ullensaker Municipality, approximately 47 km north of Oslo. The airport has a strong environmental profile which includes major focus on public transport to and from the airport. In 2014. Oslo Airport has excellent ground transport connections by train, bus and taxi to and from the airport.
15,000 people work at OSL to keep the airport running 24 hours a day. They are employed by more than 100 companies working on everything from baggage handling to air navigation.
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Schiphol Airport (AMS)
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol – one of the busiest airports in Europe and the main airport of the Netherlands – is located 14 km south-west of the centre of Amsterdam. The airport has one main terminal on three levels and three large departure halls.
You can reach the airport from the city centre by train, bus or taxi – or hire a car. The train journey to the city centre takes around 20 minutes. By taxi, the journey takes 30 minutes.
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