Norway Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan   Transport in Norway

 

Oslo International Airport (OSL)
A t Gardermoen in the town of Ullensaker, 47 km (29 miles) north of Oslo (map), is Oslo's oldest and largest airport, serving the major scheduled airlines with international and intercontinental routes.

Special Flytoget airport express trains whisk you between the airport and Oslo S in about 20 minutes; main line trains go as well, taking more time but less money. Special Flybussen airport buses provide convenient service slower and slightly cheaper than the express trains.

Sandefjord Airport Torp (TRF)
Torp, 85 km (53 miles) south of Oslo (map), serves European international flights by KLM, Ryanair, Widerøe, Wizz Air, and charter flight operators AmiSol Travel, Apollo, Nazar, Star Tour and Ving.

Torp Airport can be reached by Torp Expressen buses from Oslo's Bussterminal (see below).

Moss Airport Rygge (RYG)
Moss, 59 km (37 miles) south of Oslo (map), serves Norwegian Air Shuttle and Ryanair flights, as well as Apollo, Star Tour and Ving charter flights.

Moss Airport can be reached by special Rygge Expressen buses from Oslo's Bussterminal (see below).

Oslo Central Train Station & Bus Terminal
Oslo's
main train station, Oslo Sentralstasjon, often called just "Oslo S", is the hub of the city's transport network. Right next to it, northeast across the street, is the Oslo Bussterminal, Oslo's central bus terminal, with buses serving the region, the country, and destinations in Sweden.


Oslo

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Kissing Locomotives, Norway
Kissing locomotives...how sweet!