About Oslo Airport (OSL)
Located north of Oslo in Gardermoen, Oslo Airport is the largest of the three airports that serve the Norwegian capital. Our Oslo Airport guide provides essential contact details, as well as information pertaining to terminal facilities, transportation routes and nearby hotels.
A major construction project, known as ‘T2’, is currently underway at the airport. The extension project, which is set to be completed in the Spring of 2017, will almost double the size of the airport facility.
There is a staffed information desk in the arrivals hall, offering hotel reservation and tourist information services.
From central Oslo, follow the E6 trunk road (which runs through the city to Trondheim and on to the far north of Norway) north until Jessheim, where there is a dedicated exit and airport road. The airport is clearly signposted all the way from the city centre. The total drive time to the airport from Oslo is approximately 40 minutes.
Transfer between terminals:
Oslo Airport is located 50km (31 miles) north of Oslo
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Public transport road:
Bus:The SAS Airport Express Bus (Flybussen) (tel: +47 4000 1166; www.flybussen.no) links Oslo Airport and Oslo Central Station (journey time: 45 minutes; fare: NOK150). There is also a night service to Oslo Bus Terminal.
Coach:Regular coach services connect Oslo Airport with various destinations in Norway. For regional bus routes, there is a bus station just south of the railway station, which is within walking distance.
Taxi:A taxi information desk can be found in the arrivals hall, and the taxi rank itself is located outside Arrivals. The fare into central Oslo starts at around NOK850 and the journey time is roughly 40 minutes. Wheelchair-accessible taxis can be arranged through Oslo Taxis (tel: +47 2238 8600; www.oslotaxi.no).
Public transport rail:
Rail:The Airport Express Train (Flytoget) (tel: +47 2315 9000; www.flytoget.no), connects Oslo Airport to Oslo (journey time: 20 minutes; fare: NOK180 – tickets not purchased online in advance are subject to an additional NOK20 service fee), stopping at Oslo Central and various subway stations, and continuing on to Drammen. Trains depart from the station beneath the terminal building. All NSB (tel: +47 815 00 888; www.nsb.no) inter-city and express trains on the Skien-Oslo-Lillehammer-Trondheim route also stop at Oslo Airport Gardermoen station. Trains run every 10 minutes during the week, and every 20 minutes on Saturdays. The single fare on these trains into Oslo is NOK92.
Public transport water:
Public transport air:
DNB offers banking and currency exchange facilities in Arrivals and Departures. Additionally there are numerous ATMs located throughout the airport.
Free Wi-Fi internet access (for up to two hours) is available throughout Oslo Airport. Static internet kiosks are also available at selected departure gates. Payphones are located at various points, while wireless phone charging points are also available within the terminal. Fax and photocopying services are provided at the information desk in the arrivals hall.
Numerous restaurants, cafés, snack bars, fast-food outlets and bars are located within Oslo Airport. The widest choice is in the domestic and international departure lounges, with options ranging from seafood bars and sushi outlets to pizza places. Additionally, a small selection of cafés is available in the public arrivals area.
Duty-free shopping is available for all international passengers in the international arrival and departure halls. Various other shops are located throughout Oslo Airport, including a shop selling Norwegian smoked salmon amongst other local culinary delicacies. VAT reclaim is available for non-Nordic passengers.
There is a left-luggage and lost property office (tel: +47 6481 3477) opposite the railway station in the arrivals area. A porter service is also available from this office.
Other facilities available at Oslo Airport include a travel agency in the departures hall (before security), and numerous drinking fountains – spouting pure Norwegian mineral water.
Conference and business:
The Radisson Blu Airport Hotel Oslo (tel: +47 6393 3000; www.radissonblu.no) is adjacent to the terminal, and has a conference centre with a range of services, including: internet access, meeting rooms, video conferencing, secretarial services and catering.
Meeting facilities are also available at the Park Inn by Radisson Oslo Airport hotel (tel: +47 6702 4000; www.parkinn.com). Both hotels are linked to the terminal building via covered walkways.
The terminal is adapted for passengers with disabilities, who are requested to contact Passenger Services (tel: +47 6482 1900) at least 24 hours in advance of arrival at the airport. Wheelchair-accessible taxis can be arranged through Oslo Taxis (tel: +47 2238 8090) or at the taxi information desk in Arrivals. Parking for disabled passengers is available.
There are over 19,000 car parking spaces at Oslo Airport. A multistorey car park (P10) is the most convenient option, with direct access to the terminal, while an outdoor car park (P1) is located immediately adjacent to the terminal. The long-term outdoor ground level car park is divided into five areas (P2, P3, P4, P5 and P6), with free shuttle buses running regularly to/from the terminal building. Parking information is available from Europark Gardermoen (tel: +47 6481 1980). Valet parking is also available.
Car hire companies at Oslo Airport include: Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. These operators each have offices in the arrivals hall, close to the railway station entrance. The designated hire car return area is within the multistorey car park.