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Always bring your passport and ID

All passengers over 18 years of age should have valid photo ID, a passport, driving license or bank card, which must correspond with the name on the ticket. This applies to both foreign and domestic travel.

Passengers are responsible for obtaining the required travel documents. Failure to produce travel documents will be considered that same as a no-show and these tickets will not be refunded. You are responsible for covering the costs of return travel etc. if an entry permit is declined in the destination country, for example because of your failure to produce travel documents, a passport or ID.

Vehicles should bear the international vehicle registration code. You should bring and international insurance certificate with you.

For travel to Norway the following applies:

Nordic citizens (NO, SE, DK, IS and FIN)

Passengers over 18 years of age must have a valid photo ID.
Children travelling with their parents do not need ID.

Schengen Area citizens

Passengers from within the Schengen Area must have either a national ID card or a passport.
This also applies to children under 18 years of age.

Non-Schengen Area citizens

Passengers from countries outside the Schengen Area or Scandinavia must have a passport and a visa for travelling to Norway. This also applies to children under 18 years of age.