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 Stavanger Airport: Cheap Flights, Tickets and Travel Deals

Stavanger, one of Norway's largest cities, may be known for being the centre of the country's large oil industry, but it is, in fact, a charming and well-preserved historical city with plenty for tourists to see and do. With a beautiful waterfront and proximity to some of Norway's most beloved natural wonders (including, of course, fjords), Stavanger is well worth a visit.

The main airport serving Stavanger is simply called the Stavanger Airport, which is located in nearby Sula. Because of Stavanger's industrial importance, flights to and from the airport are frequent. However, the oil boom has also brought with it a steep rise in prices and the cost of living in Stavanger is high even by Norwegian standards, which goes for flights as well. As a result, you will want to book your flight well in advance. You can also find great deals on flights to Stavanger by signing up for Price Alerts from Skyscanner.

Flying to or from Stavanger Airport

Stavanger Airport is Norway's third-busiest airport, thanks in large part to the city's oil industry. That means that there are plenty of flights to and from the airport to choose from, including low-cost airlines that fly to destinations both within Norway and across Europe. By far, the busiest route is the one between Stavanger and Oslo. Some flights, primarily to Mediterranean destinations, are only operated seasonally. The following airlines currently fly to Stavanger Airport:

  • airBaltic
  • Airwing
  • Air Europe
  • Atlantic Airways
  • BMI Regional
  • Corendon Airlines
  • Danish Air Transport
  • Evelop Airlines
  • Freebird Airlines
  • KLM
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • Scandinavian Airlines
  • Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
  • Widerøe
  • Wizz Air

Transportation Options

The easiest way to get to downtown Stavanger is by car, with the drive taking about 20 minutes. A taxi stand is located to your left as you exit the arrivals hall, between the terminal and the parking garage. You can also rent a car, with all of the car rental agencies located in the green building across from the terminal. A shuttle bus service is also available. It runs every 20 minutes (or 30 minutes during holidays) and takes about 23 minutes to reach downtown.

Terminal Information

Stavanger Airport is a small airport by international standards, but it is nonetheless clean and well-maintained. Staff are generally friendly and will speak English. Shopping is a bit limited, but a duty-free store, bookshop, and convenience store are available. There are a few food options, including a cafe, sandwich shop, pizzeria, and bar. There is also an aviation museum located at the airport, called the Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola, which is housed in a hanger that was built by the Germans during the occupation of Norway in World War II. It holds an impressive collection of restored military aircraft.

What to see and do in Stavanger

Stavanger's Old Town, called Gamle Stavanger, is filled with winding streets and charming historic homes, most of which have been lovingly restored. Museums showcase Stavanger's industrial history, including the Stavanger Oil Museum and the Canning Museum, which is a surprisingly fascinating and fun museum focused on Stavanger's days as the canning capital of Norway. The nearby fjords are one of Stavanger's (and Norway's) greatest attractions, with ferries, buses, and cruises available to them. The main attraction is the Pulpit's Rock, providing astonishing views of Lysefjord. When looking for a hotel in Stavanger, be sure to book well in advance as rooms can fill up quickly.

 
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 Airport Contact Details

Stavanger Airport

Address:
PO Box 506,
N-4055 Stavanger Lufthavn,
NORWAY

Tel:+47 (0)67 031000
Fax:+47 (0)67 031002

Website:

Owner:
Avinor AS

 Location Details

Longitude:5° 38' 4'' E
Latitude:58° 52' 46'' N
IATA code:SVG
ICAO code:ENZV

 Airport Location

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