List of airlines of Norway

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This is a list of airlines currently operating in Norway.

Scandinavian Airlines is the main airlines in all the three Scandinavian countries
Widerøe operates a dense regional network within Norway
airline Image IATA ICAO Callsign hubs commenced
operations
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Air Norway Air Norway.JPG M3 NFA NORTH FLYING Oslo-Gardermoen, Ørland 2003
Bergen Air Transport Bergen Air Transport Cessna Conquest.jpg BGT BERGEN AIR Bergen-Flesland 1998
Bristow Norway Bristow Helicopters Australia Aerospatiale AS-332L1 Super Puma Vabre.jpg BHL BRISTOW Bergen-Flesland, Brønnøysund-Brønnøy, Hammerfest, Stavanger-Sola 1993
CHC Helikopter Service Eurocopter AS-332 L Super Puma CHC Helikopter Service LN-OMH, GRQ Groningen (Eelde), Netherlands PP1136735710.jpg HKS HELIBUS Bergen-Flesland, Brønnøysund-Brønnøy, Florø, Kristiansund-Kvernberget, Stavanger-Sola 1956
FlyViking FVN Tromsø 2017
Fonnafly De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver Fonnafly LN-BIE, Oslo (Fornebu Seaplanebase), Norway PP1089970297.jpg NOF FONNA Bergen-Flesland 1970
Helitrans Helitrans Oppdal 1.jpg 9I HTA SCANBIRD Mo i Rana, Oslo-Torp, Trondheim-Værnes 1990
Hesnes Air Cessna 560 Citation Encore, Hesnes Air JP6933883.jpg HSG SKY DOLPHIN Oslo-Torp 1992
Lufttransport Lufttransport Beech King Air 200.png LTR LUFT TRANSPORT Tromsø 1971
Norsk Luftambulanse Lufttransport B200GTO.jpg 1977
Norwegian Air Shuttle Boeing 737-86N, Norwegian Air Shuttle JP6971082.jpg DY NAX NOR SHUTTLE Bergen-Flesland, Oslo-Gardermoen, Stavanger-Sola, Trondheim-Værnes 1993
Norwegian Long Haul DY 787 Side OSL.jpg DY NLH NORSTAR Oslo-Gardermoen 2013
Scandinavian Airlines Airbus A330-343X, Scandinavian Airlines - SAS AN0831588.jpg SK SAS SCANDINIVIAN Bergen-Flesland, Copenhagen, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Oslo-Gardermoen, Stavanger-Sola, Stockholm-Arlanda, Trondheim-Værnes 1946
Sundt Air Cessna 560XL Citation Excel, Sundt Air JP6087140.jpg MDT MIDNIGHT Oslo-Gardermoen 1997
Widerøe Widerøe Q400 1.png WF WIF WIDEROE Alta, Bergen-Flesland, Bodø, Oslo-Gardermoen, Oslo-Torp, Tromsø 1934

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