How to Get an 'All You Can Fly' Summer Pass to See Everything There Is to See in Norway
This summer, travelers can take advantage of an offer from Norwegian airline Widerøe for unlimited flights throughout Norway.
The Explore Norway Ticket allows ticket-holders to book unlimited flights between 42 destinations in Norway. It is valid for two weeks between July 1 and August 31.
The country is divided up into three “zones.” Unlimited travel within one week will cost $435. Two zones increases the price to $512, and to fly without restriction through all of Norway will cost $589.
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After booking the first flight with their unlimited pass, travelers can change their itinerary as much as they would like, up to two hours before departure. The only stipulation is that travelers cannot book more than four flights between the same pair of cities.
The journey can even start and end outside of Norway. The ticket includes flights to and from select destinations in the U.K., Sweden and Denmark that Widerøe services.
Within Norway, travelers can use their unlimited tickets to sightsee in Oslo, explore the western fjords, venture into the Arctic circle, or take part in a whale safari on the coast. Travelers who head north with their ticket will be able to experience the “midnight sun” phenomenon throughout the summer season.
And if two weeks doesn’t seem like enough time to explore all that Norway offers, it’s possible to extend the pass to three weeks for an additional $255.