Question : Is price more important than specific travel days for you?
Answer : Wednesday is your lowest-cost day to fly in May. Flexibility is paramount when booking travel plans in order to keep travel costs down.
Question : When traveling to Oslo from Rome, how long will you be in the air?
Answer : Flying from FCO to OSL typically takes about three hours and 10 minutes.
Question : How many days should you spend in Oslo?
Answer : Passengers from FCO to OSL stay about one week on average.
Question : Who's offering the cheapest round-trip flight to Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) over the coming months?
Answer : KLM is the leader in keeping costs down for their passengers over the next three months. Fares are being booked at just $187 and, when compared to the more expensive bookings of $287, it's quite a deal.
Question : If punctuality is required for you to book a flight, which airline is your best bet?
Answer : The current leader is SAS with an 86% on-time rate. Life has too much to offer to spend it waiting in an airport, so check out SAS to get in and out of airports as quickly as possible. Note that if they do have a delay, it usually lasts less than 15 minutes.
Question : How much should a trip from Rome (FCO) to Oslo (OSL) cost?
Answer : Flight prices are fluctuating less for this route than the majority of routes from Italy, as they're ranging from $187 to $287. Prices tend to be lower the further out you book.
Question : Should you be aware of any airlines that have a reputation of delayed arrivals for this route?
Answer : 49% of Norwegian Air International flights from Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) to Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) are delayed. If you’re on Norwegian Air International, be sure to sign up for the delay notifications to stay up to date with your flight’s status.