Mercury Jets offers private jet charter services to and from Oslo, Norway. The capital and main port of Norway, Oslo, is situated on the south coast at the head of a 110km long fjord. Being financial, administrative, cultural, economic, and educational center of Norway, Oslo plays an important role in banking, trade, shipping, industry, and forestry sectors of the country. With the population of over half a million, Oslo is Scandinavia’s oldest capital that mixes the urban elegance of the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century with cosmopolitan feelings of a growing city. The most famous places of interest are the Oslo City Hall, the Akershus Palace and Fortress, the National Gallery, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, the Norwegian Maritime Museum, the Viking Ship Museum, the Kon-Tiki Museum, the Fram Museum, the TusenFryd Amusement Park, and the Gustav Vigeland Sculpture Park. Oslo is home to botanical gardens, public parks, and waterside pathways, as well as to many musical events and festivals including the Notodden Blues Festival, the Constitution Day, the Oslo Jazz Festival, the Holmenkollen Ski Festival the Ibsen Festival, and the Nobel Peace Prize.