A flight from Bangkok to Oslo with Qatar Airways is guaranteed to be comfortable, relaxing and stress-free from the moment you arrive at our luxury lounge to the moment you land in Norway.
Sit back and enjoy our outstanding 5-star service that caters to your every need, while you choose from thousands of in-flight entertainment options. Our friendly staff will make sure your trip is one to remember – for all the right reasons.
Beautiful and quirky, the city of Oslo is unlike any other. Traditional Norwegian architecture sits alongside an ultra-modern commercial and financial sector, and the entire city is surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. If you fly into Oslo with Qatar Airways in the evening, you may catch a glimpse of the magnificent Oslofjord at sunset as you land in this unique city.
The remarkable curved architecture and stunning design concept of the ultra-modern Bangkok Airport makes it a pleasure to fly from, and one of the most memorable airports in the world.
From its vaulted ceiling to its elegant lounges, extensive facilities and excellent transport connections, Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport is the departure point for Qatar Airways flights from Bangkok.
Transportation and parking
Transport to and from the airport is extensive, making it easy to get around. Four bus lines, A, B, C and D, cover the whole of the complex and provide regular connections from the transport centre to the passenger terminals, VIP lounge and hotels.
Taxis arrive at the main departures point, and the airport has an extensive limousine service, offering six different types of limousines and a total of 380 cars available around the clock. For details, contact the Limousine counter Level 2, Baggage Claim Hall or Arrival Hall.
Between the airport’s official Novotel hotel and the terminal building are two 5-storey car park buildings that can hold up to 5,000 cars on short and long-stay parking.
Arriving at Suvarnabhumi International Airport
Travellers boarding Qatar Airways flights will need to go to the departures area on Level 4 within the main terminal. The airport is very large, so take advantage of the porter service if you have a lot of luggage. Drop-off points for taxis and cars are located outside the main entrance.
Facilities and amenities
The ultra-modern facilities at the airport make it easy to navigate, despite its size. There are 130 passport control checkpoints for arrivals, and 72 for departures, with 26 customs control checkpoints for arrivals, and eight for departures.
There are about 50 food and drink outlets throughout the terminal. Duty-free shopping is also available in what is practically a mall full of outlets, from high-end luxury goods and perfumes, to confectionery and books.
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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