Sandefjord Torpe Airport, from_the_air_cropped

Photo, 2009 Arsenic


This is the most distant airport in Oslo, as well as the smallest. It is located in the small town of Sandefjord, about 110 kilometers south of the capital. It is mainly used by low cost companies. With only one terminal, it is open every day from 04: 30 to 00: 30. Inside there are no duty-free shops, shopping areas and restaurants. The wifi line is available throughout the hotel and is free for everyone.

Here are the airlines that make direct connections to Sandefjord Torpe:

KLM: Amsterdam.
Norwegian Air Shuttle: Alicante, Gran Canaria, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca.
Ryanair: Alicante, Bergamo, Krakow, Gdańsk, Gran Canaria, Manchester, Tenerife-South, Warsaw-Modlin. Seasonal flights: London-Stansted, Málaga

Widerøe: Bergen, Bodø, Copenhagen, Stavanger, Trondheim. Seasonal flights: Bodø and Tromsø.
Wizz Air: Belgrade, Wroclaw, Bucharest, Gdańsk, Katowice, Kiev-Borispil, Lublin, Poznán, Riga, Szczecin, Warsaw, Vilnius



Photo, 2011 Peter Firkestrand


It takes just under two hours to reach Oslo by train. Just take the shuttle to Torp train station at the airport exit. The travel time is about 8 minutes. From Torp, operates the local / intercity train line NSB Regiontog, Lillehammer-Oslo Airport-Oslo Sentralstasjon and Skien. The one-way ticket to Oslo Central Station costs 266NOK.

From Torp, Oslo airport can be reached by train in about 2 hours and a half.


Torp-Ekspressen is a shuttle transfer service to the city of Oslo. It is operated through the line UniBuss which connects all Ryanair and Wizz Air flights. Info and timetables through the official website, available at this link.

The comfortable and efficient buses operated by NOR-WAY Bussexpress allow you to reach Skien, Porsgrunn, Ulefoss, Bo and Seljord.

During the winter season, some lines operate for the Gol, Geilo and Hemsedal ski destinations.

As an alternative to trains and buses, directly at the airport, it is possible to rent a car to reach any destination.