Flights Warsaw - Oslo
Norway’s capital Oslo is surrounded by beautiful nature and is just big enough for a short citybreak. There is plenty to do – whether your passion is culture, gourmet food, rock concerts or parties that last from dusk till dawn. If you have more time, we suggest that you explore the countryside because Norway’s fjords are famous for their beauty.
In Oslo, step into the Viking Ship Museum and you are taken back to the era when Vikings dominated the seas in Scandinavia and elsewhere. One of the most exciting attractions of the museum are three ships found near Oslo, the most beautiful of which is Oseberg. Oslo is also home to the museum of Norway’s famous artist Edvard Munch. His painting “The Scream” is one of the world’s most famous artworks.
The Oslo Museum of Nature consists of several smaller museums and botanical gardens. By the way, the museum’s exhibits include a skeleton of a dinosaur. Of smaller museums, one should mention the Museum of Geology and Museum of Paleontology.
Warsaw Chopin Airport
Warsaw Chopin Airport is an international airport located in the Włochy district of Warsaw, Poland. As Poland's largest and busiest airport, Warsaw Chopin handles just under 40% of the country's air passenger traffic. Warsaw Chopin handles approximately 300 scheduled flights daily and an ever-rising number of charters. Formerly Okecie International Airport, the airport bore the name of its Okęcie neighborhood throughout its history, until its renaming for Polish composer and former Warsaw resident Frédéric Chopin in 2001.
An underground railway station connected from the airport to Warsaw's suburban rail system was opened in June 2012, connecting conveniently to Warsaw city centre in just 30 minutes.
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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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