The best price found on momondo to Kristiansand was $87/pp from Budapest, which is 88% cheaper than the average flight price to Kristiansand. To find the cheapest price to Kristiansand from your area, use momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
The cheapest day to depart on your flight to Kristiansand is on a Wednesday when prices can be found for as low as $698. This is often the case because there is less demand to fly during this day of the week. When flying out on a Saturday, the most expensive travel day of the week, you can expect to see flight prices from United States to Kristiansand for around $909.
Those flying to Kristiansand could potentially find better pricing at Stavanger Sola Airport (99 mi from Kristiansand city center) depending on the month and departure airport.
Prices vary based on where travelers are departing from, but on average, the cheapest airport to fly to in Kristiansand is Kristiansand Kjevik Airport where the average price is $695pp. Users typically find the best prices when using momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool.
Currently, Norway travel restrictions include travel to Kristiansand. Entry restrictions
Norway has lifted restrictions on entry into Norway for people resident in countries in the Schengen area, EU or EEA that have an acceptable level of infection. This means that residents of these countries will not be subject to quarantine when arriving to Norway. Nationals of these countries may still travel to Norway from other areas if they reside, work, or have property in Norway. Travelers who are not residents in the above-named countries may only travel to Norway for specific reasons, for example to begin work or study in Norway, provided that the work is imminent. In order to gain entry, they will need to bring a copy of a work contract. People coming to Norway to work on a temporary assignment you should also bring evidence of this. Those who come to Norway to work or study are required to follow the quarantine regulations. From January 1, UK nationals are no longer classified as EU/EEA nationals and will not be allowed entry to Norway, with the exception of individuals who are residents in another EU/EEA country or immediate family member of a Norwegian resident. Check UDI website for more details on these exceptions.Entry requirements
Entry is still restricted for most other travelers who are not nationals or residents of Schengen area, EU or EEA countries. All travelers arriving from high-risk countries must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test results issued within 72 hours prior to arrival. Travelers must have a confirmed quarantine accommodation for the period of intended stay. From January 2, Norway has imposed mandatory testing for COVID-19 for all travelers. The test is also mandatory for Norwegian citizens. The test must be done as soon as possible, and within 24 hours after arrival at the latest at the airport or other border stations. If that is not possible, the traveler must contact the local municipality or another test center to arrange testing. Testing is free of charge. There are some exceptions from mandatory testing, including children under the age of 12, personnel with critical social functions, cross-border workers, long distance drivers and diplomats.Quarantine requirements
Travelers arriving from high-risk countries to Norway, they will be subject to a 10-day quarantine. The list of high-risk areas is being updated here. Travelers are only allowed to travel to Svalbard after they have stayed in quarantine in other parts of Norway.Transiting rules
Non-residents are still able to transit via Norwegian airports as long as the final destination is not within Norway.If you are planning to travel to Kristiansand at this time, it is recommended that you stay up to date on current restrictions and follow proper safety measures while in public.