Save time and money when you travel with SAS to Stavanger
Known as the “Oil Capital of Norway” and renowned for its quaint old wooden houses, the historic city of Stavanger attracts business visitors and leisure travelers alike.
SAS offers regular international flights to Stavanger Airport, Sola (SVG) and when you fly to Stavanger with SAS, you’re off to the best possible start. For the last three years in a row, SAS has been recognized as the most punctual major European airline.
What’s more, with SAS’s low ticket prices, you’ll have more money to spend enjoying the many sights, restaurants and shops of Stavanger.
Cheap airline tickets to Stavanger – with great SAS features
With SAS, you can book a SAS Go flight to Stavanger without compromising on comfort or convenience. Our standard features – available on all flights and in all service classes – include time-saving mobile/online check-in, free advance online seat reservation, a 23 kg baggage allowance plus one piece of cabin baggage free of cost, our 24-hour money-back guarantee and much more.
Seats in SAS Go are comfortable – in fact, they are considered to be among the best in class.
Passengers in SAS Plus and SAS Business can enjoy additional conveniences such as more space/privacy, individual laptop power outlet, larger baggage allowance, priority boarding and more.
All passengers who are members of our EuroBonus frequent flyer program earn points with every ticket. EuroBonus points can be used to save money on future flights with any Star Alliance partner airline, hotel accommodations, car rentals, stylish SAS gear, toys for the kids and more.
Stavanger has many family-friendly attractions. Families traveling to Stavanger with SAS can save money with our child ticket discounts, which range from 25-90% off regular adult airfare.
Stavanger – a powerful blend of industry, history and fun things to do
A booming oil and petroleum city on the southwest coast of Norway, Stavanger has developed into an affluent international city without compromising its cultural heritage. The city has received several awards for the preservation of the Old Stavanger neighborhood. This picturesque historic district climbs up from the waterfront and includes over 150 wooden buildings, mostly small white cottages, from the turn of the 18th century.
Though mostly residential, you can find interesting art galleries, handicraft boutiques and small cafés along the winding cobblestoned streets. The quirky Norwegian Canning Museum – one of the city’s many excellent museums dedicated to the city’s maritime past and present – is located here too.
Stavanger is also ideally situated for daytrips to some of Norway’s most splendid nature experiences: Hike to Pulpit Rock for one of the world’s most spectacular views or enjoy a leisurely sightseeing boat cruise on the majestic Lysefjord.
Book your SAS flight to Stavanger today.
SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flight tickets to Stavanger. Our city guide will help you find out what's up amp; the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
From Stavanger, you can reach some of Norway's most famous nature sights, such as Trollveggen & Geirangerfjord.
What's up in Stavanger
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Preikestolen is a Norwegian landmark you can visit on a day trip. The nearby lodge is a good place to stay, located on a south-facing slope surrounded by mountains & forested slopes, with Lake Refsvatnet's glittering surface just a stone's throw below.
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Tel.: +47 51 85 92 00
The local tourist information office offers bikes for rental. They can also suggest good cycling trails. If you are really up for biking, there's always the 6000-km-long North Sea Cycle Route.
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Tel.: +47 51 89 51 80
The restaurant is located in an old 16th-century warehouse. The maritime heritage is well preserved - there is a salty feel to the place. The menu consists of both Norwegian & international dishes.