Oslo Airport — Oslo Airport is a very modern airport (opened in 1998) and is the most important airport in Norway. The other Oslo airport is Sandefjord Airport, especially used by budget airlines.
Airlines serving the Lufthavn include Air France, British Airways, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Qatar Airways, SAS Scandinavian Airlines and United Airlines.
Location — The Oslo Airport Gardermoen is 50 kilometers north of Oslo, the capital of Norway.
Time zone — GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October)
Driving Directions : Oslo Gardermoen Airport is accessible by the motorway E6. Follow the signs to ‘Gardermoen’. Take the E6 to the 174 directly to the airport.
Address — Oslo Lufthavn, PO Box 100 (Edvard Munchs veg), NO-2061 Gardermoen, Norway
Airport Code — OSL
Country Code — 47
Car Hire — In the Oslo Airport Arrivals Hall, close to the train station, you can find counters for the car rental companies Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Statoil.
Public Transport — #Rail : An express train – Gardermobanen – leaves Oslo airport six times per hour to the Oslo city centre (travel time: 20 minutes, tel: +47(0)815 00 777). Furthermore, all regular trains (tel: +47(0)815 00 888) on the Skien-Oslo-Lillehammer-Trondheim line also stop at the Oslo airport.
— #Bus : The special SAS Airport Bus goes from the airport to the Central Station in Oslo and further on to the Radisson Scandinavia Hotel (travel time about 40 minutes).
At night a bus goes to the bus terminal in Oslo. Express busses from NOR-WAY Bussekspress maintain a connection between the airport and Oslo, Bærum, Fredrikstad, Skien and Gjøvik. The terminal for other regional busses is next to the train station.
— #Taxi: Taxis are outside the Arrivals Hall. There are several taxi companies which all use a fixed price.