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Rygge Airport-Gardermoen

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Rygge Airport-Gardermoen

Hi, can someone tell me is it easy to get from one airport to another? Bus? Train? What is best?

How long would it take and how much roughly? Finding it hard to see what options there is.

Thanks in advance!

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1. Re: Rygge Airport-Gardermoen

Please see previous topic on the matter


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Your user name gives me the idea that you are going to Molde (?). Flying into Rygge is a VERY long way from Molde. It would be like flying to southern France if you want to go to London. So, even if RyanAir is "cheap" they will fly you to a place you don't want to go (if my guess is correct) and you will end up paying more in the end

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3. Re: Rygge Airport-Gardermoen

As it's travelling Sligo-Molde that's the issue I've checked flights from Knock (Ireland West Airport Knock) as I belive that's the closest one to you.

Flying Aer Lingus to London Gatwick and then Norwegian to Molde (via Oslo Gardermoen - on one ticket) seems to be the most direct mode of travel (no need to change airports).

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