You can find on this page the Oslo airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Oslo airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Oslo in Norway.
The Oslo airports map shows all the airports around Oslo. This airports map of Oslo will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Oslo in Norway. The Oslo airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Oslo city has three airports to choose between, the Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL), Sandefjord Airport, Torp (TRF) and Moss Airport, Rygge (RYG). OSL is closest to the city centre and it is the main international airport in Oslo. Oslo Airport Gardermoen is the closest, 47 km away, with Moss Rygge 70 km out of the city and Sandefjord Torp a full 188 km from the capital as you can see in Oslo airports map. As an alternative to taxis, our service allows you to travel these distances in comfort, and with a professional airport transfer in Oslo from Blacklane, you can be sure of arriving relaxed and prepared for your visit. Our airport shuttle chauffeurs will wait for you at Arrivals, allowing you up to an hour to transit through baggage claim and customs, before carrying your luggage to your car and setting off to your specified destination.
There is a large distance between Sandefjord Airport Torp and Oslo, a drive to the Norwegian capital takes 1 hour and 30 minutes (118 kilometres / 73.3 miles). You can reach Sandefjord in 15 to 20 minutes by car, the distance is 10 kilometres / 6.2 miles as its shown in Oslo airports map. One or two times per hour a train departs from Torp Station to Oslo Central Station (Oslo S). A shuttle bus takes you in a couple of minutes from Sandefjord Airport Torp to the small railway station of Torp, also known as Råstad Station. Also in the direction of Torp, a train leaves once or twice an hour (Vestfoldbanen R11/R11x). The train journey between the two railway stations takes 1 hour and 35 minutes. A train ticket costs 289 NOK for adults, 217 NOK (25% discount) for students and 145 NOK (50% discount) for children from 6 up to 17 years and seniors from 67 years. Children up to 5 years of age always travel for free.
Oslo Rygge Low Cost Airport 2021, the only airport in Norway dedicated to low cost operation! The airport is strategically located only 60km south of Norwegian capital Oslo and near the border with Sweden, resulting in a catchment area of about 2.5 million people. Norwegians are among the most frequent travellers in Europe. Located mere meters from European Route 6 (E6), access to the airport by train, bus or car is easy, and we provide over 3000 parking spaces next door to the terminal as its mentioned in Oslo airports map. NSB train services are available from Moss airport to Oslo city centre 24/7 daily. It takes 49 minutes to reach the city and costs $19.72 for a one-way trip.
The map of Oslo airport presents the main international airport of Oslo. This international airport map of Oslo will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Oslo in Norway. The airport Oslo map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Oslo Airport, Gardermoen (IATA: OSL, ICAO: ENGM) (Norwegian: Oslo lufthavn, Gardermoen) is the principal airport serving Oslo, Norway. Oslo is also served by the low-cost Sandefjord Airport, Torp and Moss Airport, Rygge. Gardermoen acts as the main domestic hub and international airport for Norway, and is the second-busiest airport in the Nordic countries. Being a hub for Scandinavian Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle, and a focus city for Widerøe, it connects to 28 domestic and more than 100 international destinations as you can see in Oslo international airport map. More than 21 million passengers traveled through the airport in 2011, making Gardermoen the nineteenth-busiest airport in Europe. Oslo Airport, Gardermoen is the largest and busiest of three major international airports located around Oslo. The others are Sandefjord Airport, Torp in the southwest and Moss Airport, Rygge in the southeast.
The airport is located at Gardermoen in Ullensaker, 19 nautical miles (35 km; 22 mi) northeast of Oslo. It has two parallel roughly north–south runways measuring 3,600 metres (11,800 ft) and 2,950 metres (9,680 ft) and 71 aircraft stands, of which 34 have jet bridges as its shown in Oslo international airport map. The airport is connected to the city center by the high-speed Gardermoen Line served by mainline trains and Flytoget. The civilian facilities are owned by Oslo Lufthavn AS, a subsidiary of the state-owned Avinor. Also at the premises is Gardermoen Air Station, operated by the Royal Norwegian Air Force. The area where Oslo Airport, Gardermoen is located was taken into use by the Norwegian Army in 1740, with the first military airport facilities being built during the 1940s. Gardermoen remained a secondary reserve and charter airport to Oslo Airport, Fornebu until 8 October 1998, when the latter closed and an all-new Gardermoen opened, costing NOK 11.4 billion.
The passenger terminal covers 148,000 square metres (1,590,000 sq ft) and is 819 metres (2,687 ft) long as its mentioned in Oslo international airport map. The terminal area has 52 aircraft parking stands, of which 34 are connected with bridges and 18 are remotely parked. Gates for domestic flights are located in the west wing, while gates for international flights are in the east, with gates for non-Schengen flights at the very end of the wing. Three of the gates closest to the terminal are "flexigates" for both domestic and international Schengen flights, another four gates near the end of the east wing are flexigates for both Schengen and non-Schengen flights. EU controllers have been somewhat sceptical of the Schengen/non-Schengen flexigates, and there were a few incidents where the wrong doors were opened so that passengers who should have gone through the border control did not. The current capacity of 23 million will soon be passed; in 2011, 21.1 million passengers used the airport.