Wideroe's fleet currently includes 40 De Havilland DHC-8s and 3 Embraer 190-E2s.
The Norwegian airline was named after its founder, Viggo Widerøe, and belongs to the Scandinavian SAS Group. It is the largest airline in Norway. Among its destinations scattered throughout the country are places just minutes from major tourist attractions such as the Lofoten Islands, the North Cape and the fjords.
Widerøe operates the densest air route network and flies regularly from the Bodo hub as well as the other bases in Trondheim, Oslo and Bergen and Tromsoe to all major airports within Norway, such as Stavanger, Kristiansund, Hammerfest or Kirkenes. International flights are available to London eg. from Oslo to London, to Aberdeen from Bodo, and to Alicante, Copenhagen and Billund.