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I am surprised SAS cannot do an OLCI for you for OSL to LHR. Make sure your passport details are all correct on your SAS reservation (on SAS's website). If that doesn't fix it, maybe telephone SAS to ask why OLCI is not working, perhaps they can unjam it. In principle, the gate staff should be able to check you in and print your BP at the gate (although it ...


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There are two different train operators serving the line from the airport to the central station: Airport Express Trains (Flytoget) are usually departing every 10 minutes (x:06, x:16, x:26, x:36, x:46 and x:56), travel time is 22-25 minutes and a single adult ticket costs NOK 180. You can buy tickets from the ticket machines and pay with cash. Suburban and ...


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Check whether this is one or two tickets. KIWI sometime bundles two separate tickets and claims "Connection guaranteed by KIWI". If it's a single tiecket it says "Connection guaranteed by the airline". If it's two ticket, you need to clear immigration and customs in Oslo and enter Norway. Make sure you have proper documentation to enter the Schengen area, ...


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As at any other major airport, you can simply walk out of the terminal and catch a taxi. You can only expect the taxi drivers to accept local currency and it may even be difficult to get change for larger bills. In all Scandinavian countries, card payments are much too common for taxi drivers to have plenty of change. At least in Oslo and Stockholm, you ...


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You can both buy the bus ticket online on Flybussen's home page (NOK 189) or buy a ticket from the bus driver, but you will then have to pay a surcharge. In both cases you can pay by credit card. The bus takes about 50 minutes to reach the bus terminal in the city centre close to the main railway station. If you get through customs around midnight, you will ...


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As Gagravarr said, if it's on the same ticket, you don't need to worry. 1.5 hours is plenty of time even if you have to go through customs and have a checked-in baggage. Oslo airport is pretty small, so even if your first flight arrives slightly later, you'll still make it easily. In case it's late more than an hour and the flight to Germany is on time, then ...


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Norwegian Air's web site has an explanation on connections. If you have a single ticket with a connection, ninety minutes is more than enough time for the physical transfer and, moreover, if you miss the connection because of bad weather or another delay, they will book you on their next flight and pay your accommodations meantime. For two separate tickets,...


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Update (Covid-19 Situation, 16 August 2020): The answer below does not take into account frequently changing rules regarding the Covid-19 situation, and as such is only valid during non-pandemic situations. For information please refer to the authoritative sites (as stackexchange can never be accurate on such rapidly changing aspects): Norwegian Government ...


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