Passport and visa


When traveling to/from the UK  and some other destinations operated by our partners, passport and/or visa is required.


Travelling to Schengen

Norway is a Schengen member. If you are travelling from a country outside Schengen you need to present a valid passport upon arrival. If you are staying for a longer period, you might need a VISA.


Travelling within Schengen

Immigration controls no longer apply between the Schengen countries. However, you should still take your passport or national ID card with you as a means of identification.

The Schengen Countries

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.



United Kingdom

The UK government requires all airlines to register certain passenger information before departure. All information required can be found on the face of your passport.


Europe (non-Schengen) and other continents

When flying with an international flight, always make sure to carry the necessary documentation. Such documentation includes passport, visa, Electronic Travel Authority (Australia), exit permits, vaccination certificates, etc. To find out what documentation is necessary for your destination, please contact the embassy.



Everyone travelling to the US needs a machine-readable passport or visa. When entering the US, travellers will have their photo and fingerprint taken digitally. When travelling to the US all passengers need to register on ESTA. Contact the airline you are travelling with to register required APIS information before travelling.

Read more

Read more about visa requirements:

IATA - Passport & Visa

UDI - Visa free travel in Norway