Oslo, Norway Jet Charters
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Norway’s capital is a true mix of contemporary and ancient architecture, with modern art found in its parks, and Viking and Middle Age artefacts in its museums. Surrounded by mountains and the North Sea, see Oslo’s sights by foot, horse carriage or boat. Try Nordic skiing in the 1,600 miles of prepared cross-country ski trails. Visit the fortress that once protected the Norwegian royal family. Try local delicacies and see learn why Norwegians are some of the healthiest people in the world.Read more about our private jet charter flights in Oslo.
Oslo Jet Charter Information
Located on the southern coast of the Oslofjord, an inlet of the North Sea, Norway’s capital city of Oslo is a busting metropolis area and tourist destination. Dating back to the Middle Ages, the city is now known for its cutting-edge architecture, green spaces and museums and offers many cultural attractions, festivals and parks enjoyed by both locals and visitors. Dissected by the Akerselva River, once the industrial center of Oslo, the city’s main industries now include banking, maritime trade and shipping.
Things to Do in Oslo
There are also a number of castles and notorious landmarks in Oslo such as Medieval Oslo and Akershus Fortress, a medieval castle that was once Norway’s royal residence. Guided tours are available to see inside the castle as well as the fortress grounds, where concerts and other events are held. Guided tours are also available to see the Royal Palace, which was built in the 19th century as the Norwegian residence of the French-born King Charles III of Norway, and serves as the current residence of the Norwegian royal family. Amongst Oslo's other most visited attractions is The National Gallery, which houses the largest collection of Norwegian paintings and sculptures. The Viking Ship Museum is a unique Norway experience that exhibits authentic viking ships and discoveries. Vigeland Sculpture Park and Museum displays the works of well-known Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland and also features temporary art exhibits. To see downtown Oslo’s majestic buildings and streets, book a horse and buggy ride or take a boat tour on the Oslofjord. TusenFryd Amusement Park is great for kids. Bring the family along for a day of roller coasters and games. Hire a sitter and enjoy an adult evening out The Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, a premier performing arts institution with an incredible architectural design and a quality staff of 600. In winter, why not try Norway’s national sport of Nordic or cross-country skiing. Oslo has more than 1,600 miles of groomed trails in nearby forests and parks, where you can try both classic and skate skiing. When hungry, why not head to one of Oslo’s many fine restaurants offering local delicacies from reindeer roast to Lutefisk (salted fish) and Pinnekjøtt (lamb).
How to Book Charter Flights to Oslo
Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, Stratos Jet Charters can help you get to your destination. We specialize in private jet charters and large air charter flights to Oslo and other European cities. A Stratos Jet Charter agent will help you determine an appropriate aircraft equipped with business capabilities, entertainment facilities, or extra cargo space. Design a customized menu through Stratos' catering menu and select flexible departure times and locations. We can arrange ground transportation to be waiting for you on the tarmac once you disembark in Oslo.
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Oslo Jet Charter Airports
Booking your Oslo private plane through Stratos Jet Charters allows you to choose from two different airports from which to land and depart in this Scandinavian city. Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (ENGM) is the main international airport serving the city and the second busiest airport in the Nordic countries. It is located 22 miles northeast of Oslo. Closer to the capital is Kjeller Airport (ENKJ), a general aviation airport that is located only 10 miles northeast of Oslo.