Relax, unwind and enjoy the journey – courtesy of luxury flights from Melbourne to Oslo with Qatar Airways. Arrive at your destination revitalised and ready to hit the ground running, as our award-winning, attentive cabin crew cater to your every need. Enjoy maximum space and comfort onboard our state-of-the-art aircraft and let us take you to the fascinating Norwegian city of Oslo.
Oslo, a thoroughly cosmopolitan and modern city still retains much of its local culture and traditions. Built around the magnificent Oslofjord and in easy reach of many stunning natural locations, in Oslo you never feel too far away from wild Norway. As the country’s capital, Oslo is also the economic centre and third largest city in all of Scandinavia. Whether you are visiting Oslo for business, to visit friends or just to experience the beauty and cultural intrigue of the Norwegian capital – let Qatar Airways take you there.
This award-winning airport is one of the most popular in Australia, taking business and leisure travellers to destinations all over the globe. Qatar Airways flights from Melbourne take you to our hub in Doha, and the sheer comfort and luxury of Melbourne Airport means that your journey is a pleasure from the very start.
Aboriginal art decorates the airport terminals, while modern shopping options provide you with those last-minute gifts and souvenirs.
Transportation and parking
Short-term parking is available close to the main terminal, while longer-term options are also available. Business parking is just a few metres from the main building, and pick-up and drop-off points are located outside the main entrances.
A bus service runs from the long-term parking area to the main terminal. The Skybus to, and from, the airport runs from the city centre every 15 minutes, while other bus services run throughout the day. Taxis are plentiful, and a pre-book limousine service and car rental are also on offer.
Arriving in Melbourne
Qatar Airways flights from Melbourne depart from Terminal 2, which handles all outbound international flights. An expansion scheme was completed in 2012, providing greater space for retail outlets and passenger lounges.
Because Qatar Airways uses the new A380 Airbus, most departures will be from Gate 9 and11.
Facilities and amenities
The Air Lounge in Terminal 2 offers passengers a relaxing location to grab a quick bite before boarding their Qatar Airways flight from Melbourne.
A number of Australian produce outlets are also located in Terminal 2, as well as luxury accessories retailers and shops selling everything from surfing paraphernalia to perfumes and watches. There is also a large number of food options, from small cafés to excellent restaurants serving international cuisine.
Fly to Oslo with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a rich, exciting city that blends traditional values with a forward-thinking attitude making it a must-see destination. Charming, interesting and with unexpected surprises around every corner, Oslo never fails to delight visitors.
Oslo is the third largest country in Scandinavia and a popular destination for outdoor sports lovers. The capital city is surrounded by breathtaking scenery - from the shimmering waters of Oslofjord to a display of the Aurora Borealis, nature puts on a fabulous show.
Fly to Oslo with Qatar Airways and enjoy these wonders, and the charms of its vibrant capital.
The real stars of Oslo have to be the natural surroundings of this compact city. Oslofjord is breathtakingly beautiful, while the mountainous backdrop is a magnet for skiers and outdoor sports lovers all year-round.
In the city itself, the rather splendid Royal Palace is charmingly elegant. Oslo’s Opera House is both an architectural delight and a great place to catch classical music events.
Oslo's museums are a must-see attraction, especially the stunning Viking Ship Museum, home to two of the best-preserved Viking ships in the world. You'll also be able to see the intricacies of a Viking burial chamber and other artefacts.
Fans of Norway’s greatest artist Edward Munch can visit the Munch Museum, and to see his most famous work 'The Scream,' head for the National Gallery. A day out at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology is a hands-on museum that’s great for younger visitors.
Qatar Airways flights to Oslo arrive at Oslo International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Oslo please check the visa and passport requirements.
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