About The Airport
Oslo is the Nordics’ new green capital of cool.
Norway’s capital is a rising star on the list of cities not to be missed. Famous for its density of electric cars, progressive architecture, new museums and closeness to nature, Oslo comes across as a city that points to the future.
Oslo’s diverse and robust economy ranks among the most business friendly in Europe. The capital is home to some of the world’s largest shipping companies, shipbrokers and insurance brokers. Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, also located in Oslo, is the largest of its kind in the world. The greater Oslo metropolitan area contributes roughly 25% of the national GDP, even exceeding the oil and gas industry.
- Oslo’s Telenor surpassed 136 million mobile subscriptions worldwide in 2007.
- DNV is one of the three major maritime classification societies in the world.
- The University of Oslo is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world.
- Norway’s GDP per capita in 2021 was USD 89K USD. USA: 68K. Germany: 51K.
- Oslo has the world’s highest number of electric vehicles per capita.
Despite historic significant landmarks, such as the granite sculptures of Vigelandsparken and the ancient wooden Viking longships at Bygdøy, Oslo’s spirit is anything but dusty. The capital is a youthful, progressive city with an informal culture, a vibrant cultural scene, an enviable work-life balance and a unique proximity to nature. It’s more the rule than the exception for people to go skiing, sailing or attend a concert after work.
- Lonely Planet: Surrounded by mountains and sea, this compact, cultured, and fun city has a palpable sense of reinvention.
- Condé Nast Traveller: Oslo: the new capital of Scandi cool
- Men’s Journal: Oslo combines accessible flights, world-class dining, and spectacular museums, all within a walkable city center.
- Independent UK: Best romantic European city break destinations for couples: Best for culture: Oslo, Norway.
Avinor Oslo Airport
Scandinavia’s largest airport served 22,5 million passengers in 2022. The airport is connected to 112 international and 29 domestic destinations in 2023. The world’s first airport building to receive an BREEAM Excellent sustainability rating, terminal T2 opened in 2017 and expanded the total capacity to 32 million passengers. Oslo ranks as number 1 among the 20 largest airports in Europe on Eurocontrol’s 2022 airport listing with an on-time performance on departures of 76,2 %.
Facts and Figures
- Number of Serving Airlines: 38
- Number of Direct Destinations: 141
- Number of Terminals: 1
- Number of Runways: 2
- Length of Main Runway (m): 3 600
- Passenger Numbers (mppa): 22,5
- Cargo Tonnes (p.a.): 166 559
- Ownership: Avinor
- Operational Opening Hours: 24H
- Aircraft Parking Stands: 73