Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, or simply Oslo Airport, is a public airport that is operated by Oslo Lufthavn AS, as a part of Avinor. The airport serves Oslo, located at 60.202778 latitude and 11.083889 longitude, within Gardermoen, Ullensaker, Akershus. Oslo Airport is the hub of airlines like Air Norway, Norwegian Long Haul, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, Sundt Air, and Widerøe. Over the years, the airport has served approximately 24.3 million passengers, divided into 13.4 million international and 10.9 million domestic passengers as of 2014.
What to see & do
When within Oslo, temperatures within the city record at an average high of 9.57 degrees Celsius or 49.22 degrees Fahrenheit, average low of 2.39 degrees Celsius or 42.24 degrees Fahrenheit with a daily mean of 5.69 degrees Celsius or 42.24 degrees Fahrenheit. Oslo’s tourist attractions include Viking Ship Museum, Akershus Fortress, Vigeland Museum, Fram Museum, Oslofjord, Kon-Tiki Museum, Frogner Park, and Norgewian Museum of Cultural History, to name a few. Focusing on Kon-Tiki Museum and Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Kon-Tiki Museum can be found in the Bygdøy peninsula in Oslo, Norway. The museum serves as the home of vessels, as well as maps used and from the Kon-Tiki expedition. The museum also houses approximately 8,000 books within its library. Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, also referred to as Norsk Folkemuseum, is also located within Bygdøy in Oslo. As a cultural history museum, it offers a great array of artefacts within its extensive collection from all social groups and regions in Norway. Lastly, the museum incorporates a sizable open-air museum that has more than 150 buildings that have been relocated from towns and rural districts within the country.
How to get around within Oslo
Oslo is served by a comprehensive public transport system that operates with buses, trams, trains, metro (T-bane), and boats. When within Oslo, the public transportation is planned and coordinated by Ruter. When in need of information, get in touch with the Rutter Service Center, the information centre for public transport within Oslo. There are two main hubs for public transport within Oslo, namely Oslo Central Station (Oslo S)/Jernbanetorget, along with Nationaltheatret, which operates underground. The city’s metro system is among the largest in all of Europe. It operates Tunnelbane, or T-bane. Oslo also has trams and buses. The trams go every ten minutes and 20 minutes during the day, and at night respectively. The main tram lines cover the parts of the city not covered by the metro, with the buses working in conjunction to cover the rest of the city. Buses that are mostly useful for Oslo visitors are buses 30, 31, 32, 34, 37, and 54. Other options for getting around include the local train, taxis, and self-driving by car.
How to get there
Oslo Airport has flights to Athens, Moscow, Paris, Fagernes, Aalborg, Vienna, London, Dubai, Munich, Alicante, Alta, Bardufoss, Islamabad, Alta, Stockholm, Lisbon, Sandnessjøen, and Sogndal, in addition to many more. When flying to these destinations the airlines that serve regular scheduled and seasonal flights include Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air France operate by HOP!, Air Méditerranée, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa Regional operated by Lufthansa Cityline, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Pakistan International Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines, TAP Portugal, and Widerøe, among others.
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