Duty Free prices in Norway

A list of all airports in Norway with information on shopping, dining and duty free.

To plan ahead for your journey to Norway, you can use Duty Free Information to see what Duty Free shops, boutiques, and products are on offer at the airports in Norway before you fly. We pride ourselves on the quality of our database and endeavour to have the most up to date information on what shops and boutiques are available to you on your journey at each airport and the airline that you are flying with.

We have a dedicated team of researchers with contacts at every major airport in the world which helps to ensure that our data is kept as up to date and relevant as possible. However, if you do spot something that is incorrect or out of date, then please let us know via our contact form in the the comments on any of our pages and you can help keep the database as accurate as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions about Norway

  • Ålesund Airport
  • Alta Airport
  • Andøya Airport
  • Banak Airport
  • Bardufoss Airport
  • Båtsfjord Airport
  • Bergen Airport (Flesland)
  • Berlevåg Airport
  • Bodø Airport
  • Brønnøysund Airport
  • Florø Airport
  • Hammerfest Airport
  • Harstad Narvik Airport
  • Hasvik Airport
  • Haugesund Karmoy Airport
  • Jan Mayensfield
  • Kirkenes Hoybuktmoen Airport
  • Kristiansand Kjevik Airport
  • Kristiansund Kvernberget Airport
  • Leirin Airport
  • Leknes Airport
  • Lista Airport
  • Mehamn Airport
  • Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll
  • Molde Airport
  • Mosjøen Airport (Kjærstad)
  • Moss-Rygge Airport
  • Namsos Høknesøra Airport
  • Narvik Framnes Airport
  • Notodden Airport
  • Oslo Airport
  • Oslo, Fornebu Airport
  • Røros Airport
  • Rørvik Airport, Ryum
  • Røst Airport
  • Sandane Airport (Anda)
  • Sandefjord Torp Airport
  • Sandnessjøen Airport (Stokka)
  • Skien Airport
  • Sogndal Airport
  • Stafsberg Airport
  • Stavanger Airport
  • Stokmarknes Skagen Airport
  • Stord Airport
  • Svalbard Longyear Airport
  • Svolvær Helle Airport
  • Sørkjosen Airport
  • Tromso Airport
  • Trondheim Vaernes Airport
  • Vadsø Airport
  • Valan Airport
  • Vardø Airport, Svartnes
  • Værøy Heliport
  • Ørland Airport
  • Ørsta-Volda Airport, Hovden

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What airports are in Norway

Latest articles about Norway

Intelligent Track Systems and Blueprint roll out ‘smart’ shopping trolleys at Oslo Airport

Intelligent Track Systems and Blueprint roll out ‘smart’ shopping trolleys at Oslo Airport

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Orlando Airport highlights potential travel restriction impacts

Orlando Airport highlights potential travel restriction impacts

Orlando Airport, Florida (IATA: MCO) has issued a statement warning how the European travel restrictions imposed by President Trump could affect its services. The Presidential proclamation suspends the entry of most foreign nationals travelling to the United States if they have visited countries within Europe’s Schengen zone during the two weeks prior to their scheduled […]

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Larsen recognise craft of barrel-making with Cooper’s Selection range

Larsen recognise craft of barrel-making with Cooper’s Selection range

Altia has launched Larsen Cooper’s Selection, a tribute to the handcraft of barrel-making that emphasises the importance of the cask in Cognac maturation. The first launch in the collection, #01 VSOP Double Toasted, was introduced in travel retail in Estonia in June and in Finland and Norway in the autumn. The #01 VSOP Double Toasted, […]

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New terminal officially opens at Bergen

New terminal officially opens at Bergen

The new terminal at Flesland Bergen Airport in western Norway was officially opened by Prime Minister Erna Solberg in front of Government and Norwegian aviation representatives and other specially invited guests on August 17. The building, which opened on time and within budget, has capacity for 10 million passengers per year. Prime Minister Solberg spoke […]

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