Facts and figures

  • Runways: 2,950 and 3,600 metres
  • Control tower: 91 metres high
  • Capacity: 65 aircraft movements per hour
  • 52 gates , 34 with a bridge connection
  • 4 gates (Code D) at cargo terminals. Cargo aircraft may also be parked at the airport’s remote parking positions
  • Terminal building: 148,000 square metres
  • 74 check-in counters
  • 50 escalators, 6 rolling walkways, 87 elevators
  • 9 luggage carousels for picking up luggage; can handle 9,000 luggage units per hour
  • OSL can handle a total of 8,000 arriving and departing passengers per hour
  • Annual passenger capacity: around  23 million
  • 8,000 square metres of floor space for shops, eateries  and other service functions
  • Well adapted for the disabled
  • Airport hotel with 803 rooms within walking distance of the terminal building
  • Conference facilities: 4,316 square metres, 77 meeting rooms. Capacity for 2,638 conference guests per day
  • 16,363 car parking spaces, with 7,646 of these in multi-storey car parks
  • Airport area: 13 square kilometres
  • Total areas for business development: 2.7 square kilometres
  • Oslo Lufthavn AS has around 500 employees
  • Opened for charter traffic 1 July 1998
  • In full operation from 8 October 1998

Transportation hub with:

  • 22 million passengers in 2012
  • 230,361 aircraft departures/arrivals in 2012
  • 22,000 private cars per day
  • 307 passing trains per day
  • 550 buses per day
  • 3,000 taxis
  • Investments: NOK 11.4 billion, including land purchases and compensations
  • Fully financed with Avinor equity and government loans