Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines is currently selling very cheap flights to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from the Norwegian capital, Oslo. You would be flying in Turkish’s economy class, which offers great service and includes a 30 kg luggage allowance.
From Oslo, you would fly to Istanbul on an Airbus 321, which roughly takes 4 hours, and then continue to Tanzania on a flight of roughly 8 hours, operated with a Boeing 737. On all flights, you’ll be served meals and drinks and enjoy their inflight entertainment.
By the way, we also found these other economy class dealz from Oslo:
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This deal expires on September 30, 2020. Your trip has to be at least 3 days (or a Sunday) long, and has to take place during the following travel periods:
- December 25th – February 16th, 2021
- February 24th – March 25th, 2021
- April 3rd – May 31st, 2021
You can also find many available dates before December, some at even cheaper prices, but we do not recommend booking these, as the chances of those flights being operated as planned are low. The best website to find available dates is Google Flights, but you could simply use our availability calendar above to be redirected and to book directly on turkishairlines.com.
We expect major shakeups in the airline industry over the following months. Some services might be cancelled, aircraft changed or downgraded. The schedule we describe was planned under different economic circumstances and may very well change.
All tickets are issued in booking class U. This booking class will only get you miles on Turkish Airlines’ own Miles&Smiles frequent flyer program. No other airline will give miles for these flights. Miles&Smiles will credit you roughly 2,450 miles for one of these roundtrips.
Information & Tips for Tanzania
The United Republic of Tanzania is a country in East Africa and probably best known by tourists for the semi-autonomous region Zanzibar. But also people that are into game drives will get their money’s worth in Tanzania since it is home to 4 big national parks. And if that’s not enough, you could still climb Mount Kilimanjaro, Africas highest mountain.
Best Time to Visit
There really is no right or wrong time to visit this well-loved location. That said, the best wildlife viewing months in Tanzania are during the Dry season from late June to October. The best chance of seeing the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti is during June and July and the time to see the wildebeest calving is late January to February.
Entry & Visa
All EU passport holders are eligible for a visa on arrival. The cost of a single-entry visa is about €50 for citizens of European countries.
All Dealz for Tanzania