Gardermoen airport OSL
The airport for the Oslo region has the code OSL and is at Gardermoen,
about 40 km north of Oslo. It replaced the former airport at Fornebu
to the south west on one very chaotic day in 1998 - but it runs
Also known as Oslo Lufthavn Gardemoen.
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Formerly an air-force base
and charter flight terminal, the new airport opened in October 1998,
with rapid rail links to Oslo and other centres.
There are about 300 flights each weekday, and about 15 million passengers
to / from:
Airport bus links, taxis,
car hire and several car parking facilities.
The express train link to Oslo (Flytoget)
runs every 10 minutes from Gardemoen and takes about 20 minutes into
Oslo, costing 160 kroner.
Airport buses run every 20 minutes, taking about 40 minutes and stop
at some hotels in the centre.
Braathens (SK) operate domestic flights
to Bergen, Stavanger, Haugesund, Trondheim, Kristiansand, Kristiansund,
Monde, Alesund, Harstad, Bodo, Bardufoss, Kirkenes, Tromso and international
flights to Copenhagen (Kopenhavn), Stockholm, London Heathrow,
Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Prague, Nice, Rome, Milan, Frankfurt,
Barcelona, Malaga, Lisbon, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Zurich and Manchester;
Wideroe (WF) have flights
to Forde, Sogndal, Sandane and Goteborg;
have flights to Bergen, Trondheim, Bodo, Stavanger, Tromso, Copenhagen,
Stockholm, London Stansted, Warsaw, Budapest, Pisa, Berlin, Paris
Beauvais and Hamberg;
British Airways (BA) flies to London Heathrow, Manchester,
Aalborg, Aarhus and Billund;
KLM (KL) flies to Amsterdam;
Lufthansa (LH) flies
to Frankfurt, Munich and Hamberg;
Air France (AF) flies to Paris CDG;
Finnair (AY) flies to Helsinki and Stockholm;
CityStar (X9) to Aberdeen;
Austian (OS) to Vienna;
Continental (CO) to Newark New York
and other airlines.
Please be aware that airlines
do change routes and schedules - sometimes at short notice - and we do not guarantee
that this information is complete, accurate or up to date.