You can choose to claim deduction for actual cost for plane tickets, rather than standard deduction for number of kilometres. If you do, calculate your trips to and from the airport with distance in number of kilometres, and add these numbers to you air plane ticket expences.
NB! Do you choose to claim deduction for actual cost for plane tickets? Currently, due to an error in the calculator, both ticket expences and standard deduction based on distance in number of kilometres will appear in the result. You need to choose one of them, you cannot claim both.
You travel home six times. Three of the trips are by plane and three are by car. The distance is 2000 kilometre round trip and the cost of the three plane trips is 10 000 NOK.
You can calculate the deduction in two different ways, but you must choose one:
1. Six trips calculated with distance in number of kilometres:
2000 kilometres x 6 x 1.50 NOK= 18 000 NOK which you claim as deduction.
2. Plane tickets (+ distance to/from the airport) and three trips with the distance in the number of kilometres.
10 000 NOK in expenses for three plan trips + 2 000 kilometres (round trip) x 3 trips x 1.50 NOK= 19 000 NOK.
Keep the plane tickets in case you must document the expense.