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Gardermoen Oslo International Airport Information

Oslo Airport Code – OSL

Oslo Airport Website

Passenger services Info Tel: +447 81 550 250.

Flight Information From Gardermoen Oslo Airport:

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Oslo (Gardermoen) International Airport Facilities

Comfortable, extremely clean with ATM facilities in the arrivals and departures terminals. The airport has adequate shopping options and several restaurants/cafes offering a wide choice of expensive food. The airport information desk in the arrivals hall, provides airport information and tourist information services.

International & Domestic Airlines Flying To & From Oslo Gardermoen Airport

Aeroflot Russian Airlines, Air Baltic, Air France, Air Malta, Air Norway, Atlantic Airways, Austrian Airlines, Blue1, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Cimber Air, City Star Airlines, Coast Air, Continental Airlines, Czech Airlines, Danish Air Transport, Direktflyg, Estonian Air, Finnair, Flynordic, Iceland Air, Iceland Expres, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Malev, Norwegian, Pakistan International Airlines, SAS Norge, Sterling, TAP-Air Portugal, Turkish Airlines, Wideroe.

Information For Disabled Passengers  Wheelchair accessibility to aircraft in Norway is may be difficult whether boarding or disembarking without assistance. Movement within the aircraft is limited, and access to the toilet facilities is not possible. When booking your ticket please explain exactly what assistance you will require. This should also be done at the airport check-in counter. This information will make it easier airport personnel and cabin crew to assist you.

The airline companies will endeavour to ensure you receive help when boarding an aircraft and when you land, The airline staff will inform the airport you are going to of your needs.If you are taking an electric wheelchair on board, the batteries must be of a type approved by the airline, e.g. dry batteries or similar. Valve-controlled traction batteries are accepted approved by Norwegian airlines, provided the battery bears the the suppliers name .For information about assistance see the airport website or telephone Passenger Services +447: 81 550 250 at least 1 day before you arrive.


Airport Transfer Travel From Gardermoen Airport To Central

The Airport is 49km north of centre of downtown Oslo.

The Airport Express Train Flytoget To And From Oslo Airport  This high speed service operates every 10 minutes during the day during the weekends and every 20 minutes in at weekends and overnight. A single ticket costs 170 and journey times are around 20 minutes Children under 16 travel free if accompanied by an adult.  Further information from the Flyto get website http://www.flytoget.no/eng  ot telephone +47 815 00 777.

Norwegian State Railways Services To And From Oslo Airport Every NSB Regional train serrving Skien-Oslo-Lillehammer-Trondheim stops at Oslo Airport as do local services between Kongsberg and Eidsvoll. For information on timetables and fares go to the NSB website http://www.nsb.no/   or telephone +47 815 00 888

SAS Buses To And From Oslo Airport  SAS provide a bus service from the airport bus station to Oslo Central Station with an approximate journey time of 35 minutes costing about 40 NOK.  There is a night bus which goes from the Airport to Oslo bus terminal.
Regional Bus Services To And From Oslo Airport Regional bus services depart from the Airport bus station to adjacent to the Railway Station.
Disabled Access To Airport & Intercity Bus Services The bus services that serve the airport are not wheelchair friendly. The intercity buses generally accept disabled passengers but the toilets on these buses are rarely adapted or easily accessible.

Travel By Road To And From Oslo Airport And Central Oslo  When leaving airport follow the signs on Highway 174 and the E6 or vice verse from the centre of Oslo

Taxis Services To And From Oslo Airport   Taxi’s are available from outside the Airport terminals. A Taxi ride from the Airport to central Oslo should cost about 600 NOK. Be sure to agree a fee with the driver before leave.

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Information On Public Transport In Oslo

Public transport in Oslo is operated by the municipal transport authority Oslo Sporveier who operate the six tramlines, bus ferry and metro services. The rail services are operated by NSB the state run national railway.. Transfer between any of these services is within an hour is possible using a transfer tickets. If you travel on a NSB train the ticket is only valid within the city boundary.

Bus Services In Oslo  Oslo has 70 bus routes in total that generally operate between 5am and midnight . There are Two bus lines run all day and night, every day of the week, the 31 and 37 bus lines. The most useful Bus lines for visitors are 30, 31, 32, 34, 37 and 54 because they cover parts of the city where there is no Tram or Metro service.
Tram Services in Oslo The tram routes ) are 11 – 13 & 17 – 19 which cross the centre of the city from the suburbs. Trams run from 5 am till Midnight. Tram lines run every 10 minutes during the day and and at 20 minute intervals during the evening.
Metro Services In Oslo Oslo has one of the largest and most efficient Subway systems in Europe. It is known as the T-Bane and there are six lines in total, numbered 1-6 with services between 5am and midnight  All the lines merge together to one single tunnel which goes through the city centre. All Metro cars were modernised in 2010..
Train Services In Oslo National State Rail (NSB) services are centred on Oslo Central Station and offer connections to other destinations in Norway such as Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger and other intermediate stations in Norway. There are also International services which go to Copenhagen in Denmark and Gothenburg and Stockholm in Sweden. For more details on the services see their website http://www.nsb.no/   or telephone +47 815 00 888
Fares On Public Transport in Oslo Buses Trams Metro And Trains These services are operated by the Municipal Transport authority Oslo Sporveier. The buses, trams, Metro and Trains all operate under the same pricing structure.   30 NOK is the cost of a single fare in the same zone if the ticket .if the ticket is bought from a Kiosk. If purchased from the driver it will cost 50 NOK. There are 24 hour, 7 day , Monthly passes and 365 day tickets available at Kiosks and Newsagent’s. Note The Tickets and passes above are only valid on NSB (National State Railway Services) inside the boundaries of the City of Oslo. You can be fined up to 900 NOK if you are unable to produce a valid ticket to the Inspector.
Ferry Services In Oslo The Municipal ferries connect the small island’s  around Oslo with the central Oslo.  Oslo also has commercial ferry connections with other Scandinavian cities such as Copenhagen and Freiderikshaven in Germany. Oslo has commercial daily connections to Copenhagen and Friederikshaven (Denmark) and Kiel in Germany.
Bike Hire In Oslo It is possible to rent a bike from any Railway Station and you can use it for up to three hours. Tourists should obtain an Oslo Smart card from the Foreign office. a card will cost you 80 NOK for the day and 90 NOK for the whole season  Restrictions do pply, you must be over 18 and a credit card payment is essential.
Oslo City Pass The Oslo City pass provides free travel on all public transport and free admission to Museums and sights. You will also be entitled to free parking in the city and and discounts at many other establishments including car hire, Ice skate hire and entry to the Tusenfryd Amusement Park. These passes are available for 24 hours, 48 or 72 hours
Taxis Services In Oslo Taxi’s in Oslo are generally quite expensive with most companies charging a minimum fare of 80 NOK which can double on late nights at weekend’s. The cars used are usually big and comfortable Volvo’s and Mercedes but you pay the price for that privilege. You can flag  a car down in the street or go to a Taxi stand. Taxi’s fare varies from 14-30 NOK per km. The lowest rated are between 6 am and 6 pm in the evening. The drivers themselves are not renowned for their charm, but are good and reliable drivers.



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