Book flights from Manila to Oslo with Qatar Airways
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Oslo’s stunning natural beauty becomes immediately apparent the moment you arrive there, especially if it’s for the first time. There are hiking trails and lakes within the city limits, and even a subway service into the nearby forest. Oslo also has some world-class museums and great cultural traditions, a thriving entertainment scene and some of the best shopping precincts and top restaurants in Norway.
Flying from Manila
The Philippines is one of the Pacific’s fastest growing economies, as well as being a popular tourist destination for travellers with a taste for more exotic locations.
Ninoy Aquino International Airport is its primary access and exit point, and is a bustling, busy air hub serving hundreds of major destinations all over the globe. Passengers flying from Manila with Qatar Airways will remember this departure point as one of the most energetic, vibrant and colourful on their travels, as well as one of the friendliest.
Transportation and parking
The airport is well served by public transport. Fleets of buses run regularly from Manila and other locations to the airport, and it is also served by the extraordinarily bright and garish jeepney, which are an iconic part of Filipino life. Jeepneys run from Parañaque and Pasay.
Baclaran station of the Manila LRT Line 1 and Nichols station of the Philippine National Railways both serve the airport and are connected to the main terminals by shuttle buses. Taxis and limousine services are plentiful. Short-term parking is available in front of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Long-term parking is available in front of the Domestic terminal, with a free shuttle connecting to the terminals.
Arriving at Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Passengers flying from Manila with Qatar Airways will depart from Terminal 1, the international departure terminal. The recently renovated terminal has better facilities now than previously, and there are a number of lounges for business class and first class passengers.
Because the airport is so busy it is best to arrive at least two hours before your flight is due to depart.
Amenities and facilities
Facilities and amenities are being improved throughout the airport, and in Terminal 1 concessions include banking and ATM machines, a selection of retail outlets selling accessories and some luxury goods, and a duty free shop located on the north wing of the departures level.
A selection of on-the-go food and drinks are available from vendors throughout the terminal, and several restaurants offer more substantial menus.
Arriving in Oslo
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.