Oslo Gardermoen Airport - OSL

Oslo, Norway (NO)

Getting around the airport

One terminal with three piers

Oslo's Gardermoen Airport is the main airport serving Norway's capital, Oslo. It lies around 50km north-east of the city centre.

There is one long terminal building, split into two piers that connect landside. Domestic gates are located in the west and north pier (Gates A, B and C), while International gates are in the east and north pier (Gates D, E and F). A third, North pier opened in 2017 and serves domestic as well as international flights, separated by floors. You'll find Arrivals on the ground level, Departures on the first level, and restaurants and shops on both levels.

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Work zone

Individual desks

Oslo Airport offers a free, dedicated work zone with individual desks with power sockets and individual shielding to reduce noise. Alternatively, you can enjoy working at the bar-style tables overlooking the airfield.  

Location: Main Terminal, after security, near passport control, between gate 44 and 46
Hours: 04:00 - the last departure

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Walking times, directions and queing times

Interactive touch screens

Just scan your boarding pass using Oslo Airport's interactive, self-service kiosks and you will get directions to your gate, find out estimated walking times to various points in Gardermoen airport or find out about queuing times at security and immigrations.

Six of these kiosks are scattered all over the airport: two in the departures hall, one in the domestic and one in international departures with one in international arrivals, and one in the arrivals hall near passenger services.

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Power Outlets

A well-equipped airport

Power outlets are available underneath most seats in the departures hall in both domestic and international piers.  

If your battery is dying you can charge your mobile phone wirelessly here. Powerkiss is available at the Upper Crust International, Christiana Bar and Monolitten restaurants, as well as in the OSL Lounge.  Connect to a wireless charger with a deposit of NOK 200.

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Drinking water

Fill up your bottle

There are a number of water fountains where you can refill your water bottle:

- Main Terminal, immediately after security are two drink stations
- Main Terminal, after security, domestic departures, near Gate A10
- Main Terminal, after security, domestic departures, near Gate B2
- Main Terminal, after security, domestic departures, near Gate C4
- Main Terminal, after security, international departures, near Gate D4
- Main Terminal, after security, international departures, near Gate E12
- Main Terminal, after security, non-Schengen departures, between Gates F17 and F19
- Main Terminal, after security, arrivals, baggage claim area

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Getting into Oslo

Train is best

The train may be more expensive than the bus, but it's high speed and will shorten your journey into the city. 


The Flytoget Airport Express Train runs every 10 minutes to Oslo S station (Oslo Central Station) and takes 20 minutes. If you don’t want to queue to buy a ticket, you can just swipe your credit/debit card at the gates to get through. 

Location: Gardermoen Station, below the terminal
Cost: NOK 190 one-way or NOK 392 round-trip; children under 16 ride for free


Several buses are available to reach the Oslo city center and other cities around. The Airport Express Coach (SAS Flybussen) runs between Oslo Airport and Oslo city centre every 20 minutes.

Location: Main Terminal, before security, arrivals
Cost: NOK 179 one-way or NOK 260 round-trip


Taxi fares from the airport vary a lot, depending on the time of day and taxi company. Also, the airport is around 50 km out of the city so a taxi ride is bound to be pricey. Always agree on a fare beforehand, or go to the taxi information desk in the Arrivals area of the terminal to find out more about fixed fares. The taxi information desk can also book a taxi for you. 

Location: Main Terminal, before security, arrivals
Cost: Around NOK 610 before 17:00, NOK 720 after 17:00

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Just relax

Radisson Blu Airport Hotel

The Radisson Blu Airport Hotel is located within walking distance by a covered walkway. All rooms are soundproof, so you won't be bothered by noise from the airport. Enjoy free WiFi, relax in the sauna or do a work out in the fitness center. You can even practise you swing on the golf simulator.
Rooms ranging from standard to suites. Business Traveler packages available from NOK 1995 pp in a Business Class Room (inlcuding breakfast buffet, 75% on the golf sim and access to the Oslo lounge if departing on an international  flight the next day).

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