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Oslo Airport (Norwegian: Oslo lufthavn; IATA: OSL, ICAO: ENGM), alternatively spelt as Oslo Gardermoen Airport or simply Gardermoen Airport, is the international airport serving Oslo, Norway, the capital and most populous city in the country. A hub for Flyr, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, Widerøe and Wizz Air, it connects to 26 domestic and 158 international destinations.
Helsingborg (/ ˈ h ɛ l s ɪ ŋ b ɔːr ɡ /, US also /-b ɔːr (j ə),-b ɔːr i, ˌ h ɛ l s ɪ ŋ ˈ b ɔːr i /, Swedish: [hɛlsɪŋˈbɔrj] (), Danish: [helse̝ŋˈpɒˀ]) is a city and the seat of Helsingborg Municipality, Scania, Sweden.It has 113,816 inhabitants, making it the second-largest city in Scania (after Malmö) and ninth-largest in Sweden. Helsingborg is the centre of the ...
United Airlines suspended winter service on the route in , then discontinued the service completely in NOK 1. Aarhus , 9. Turkish Cargo . The Flytoget airport express train operates to Oslo Central Station six times per hour in 19 to 22 minutes, with three services continuing onwards via five intermediate stations to Drammen Station. In , capacity restraints forced the authorities to move all charter traffic from Fornebu to Gardermoen. Lund 94, Since Hurum could no longer be used, the government again recommended Gardermoen as the location. During the summer months, destinations around the Mediterranean were best represented until especially holiday destinations in Spain, Greece and Turkey , while in the winter, direct flights is offered to intercontinental destinations, including Cuba, Gambia, Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Mexico and Thailand. Joensuu 67, On Saturdays and Sundays, the frequency is three times per hour. Retrieved 26 September In all, 8, square metres 86, sq ft are used for restaurants, stores and non-aviation services. Oslo lufthavn. Since the rest of the railway was finished, two trains instead of the intended six , operated using more time from the opening of the new airport. Download as PDF Printable version. A second hotel, Park Inn, was opened in September Archived from the original on 26 February To win the business market, all three wanted to have the most possible departures per day to other cities. Pori 84, The Battle of Helsingborg was fought on the 10th of March just outside the city, which was badly affected. Statistics Sweden. Gardermoen opened on 8 October Following the Dano-Swedish War and the Treaty of Roskilde Denmark had to give up all territory on the southern Scandinavian peninsula , and Helsingborg became part of Sweden. Scandinavian Airlines also started a direct service from Oslo to Miami in Paris—Charles de Gaulle Seasonal: Lyon. New York. DAT . Corendon Airlines . Scania County. Its situation on a conflict-ridden border caused problems for Helsingborg. Uppsala , 5. Retrieved 10 June Retrieved 31 January The areas were therefore reserved. Eskilsminne Tumba 42, North-east Gothenburg. As a consequence of the delays, which apparently were caused by a lack of air traffic controllers, several airlines are demanding NOK million in compensation from Avinor. Historic Helsingborg, with its many old buildings, is a scenic coastal city. On the airside, Carin Wessel used 30, metres 98, ft of thread to make the impression of clouds and webs, named Ad Astra. Main article: Gardermoen Air Station. IKEA , the retailer of furniture and home interiors, has its international corporate headquarters in Helsingborg. The Norwegian army started using Gardermoen as a camp in , although it was called Fredericksfeldt until United States. About half the airport operator's income is from retail revenue. Aalborg , Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This lasted until October , when Color Air filed for bankruptcy. Drammen , Both offer services to Oslo, and the latter allows direct service to Sandefjord Airport, Torp. First the walls were erected, and a roof put on top. When the coronavirus pandemic came to Norway in March , Norwegian had to close down its Long-Haul fleets after a short time, because there was not a sufficient customer base. Retrieved 19 April
The airport is located 19 nautical miles 35 km; 22 mi northeast of Oslo, at Gardermoen at the border of municipalities Nannestad and Ullensaker , in Viken county. The airport is connected to the city center by the high-speed railway Gardermoen Line served by mainline trains and Flytoget. An expansion with a new terminal building and a third pier opened in late April The airport location was first used by the Norwegian Army from , with the first military airport facilities being built during the s. The airport remained a secondary reserve and airport for chartered flights to Oslo Airport, Fornebu , until 8 October , when the latter was closed and an all-new Oslo Airport opened at Gardermoen, costing Oslo is additionally served by the much smaller Sandefjord Airport, Torp , in Sandefjord , which situated km 74 mi to the south of downtown Oslo and primarily used by leisure and low-cost carriers. The Norwegian army started using Gardermoen as a camp in , although it was called Fredericksfeldt until It was first used by the cavalry , then by the dragoons and in by the riding marines. The base was also taken into use by the infantry from and by the artillery from Tents were solely used until , when the first barracks and stalls were taken into use. Insulated buildings were built around , allowing the camp to be used year-round. By , the base had eleven camps and groups of buildings. During the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany , the Luftwaffe took over Gardermoen, and built the first proper airport facilities with hangars and two crossing runways, both 2, metres 6, ft long. Three fighter and one transport squadron were stationed at the Gardermoen. Gardermoen also became the reserve airport for Oslo Airport, Fornebu, when the latter was closed due to fog. From to , when a longer runway was built at Fornebu, all intercontinental traffic was moved to Gardermoen. Gardermoen grew up as a training field for the commercial airlines and as local airport for general aviation. Some commercial traffic returned again in , when SAS received its first Sud Aviation Caravelle jet aircraft, that could not use the runway at Fornebu until it was extended again in SAS introduced a direct flight to New York in , but it was quickly terminated. In , capacity restraints forced the authorities to move all charter traffic from Fornebu to Gardermoen. In , further restrictions were enforced, and also SAS and Braathens SAFE had to move their charter operations to Gardermoen, increasing passenger numbers that year to , Several expansions of runway were made after the war, and by the extension the north-south runway was 3, metres 10, ft. The first airports to serve Oslo was Kjeller Airport that opened in and Gressholmen Airport that served seaplanes after its opening in But due to its location on a peninsula about 8 kilometres 5. Gardermoen had been proposed as a main airport for Oslo and Eastern Norway as early as , both by the local newspaper Romerikes Blad and by Ludvig G. The areas were therefore reserved. By , traffic had increased so much that it became clear that by all international traffic would have to move to Gardermoen. However, the report did not look into the need of the Air Force that was stationed at Gardermoen, and was therefore rejected by the parliament the following year. In , a majority of the government chose Hurum as their preferred location, and Minister of Transport Kjell Borgen withdrew from his position. In , new weather surveys from Hurum showed unfavorable conditions. There were large protests from meteorologists and pilots who stated that the surveys were manipulated. Two government committees were appointed, and both concluded that there were no irregularities in the surveys. Since Hurum could no longer be used, the government again recommended Gardermoen as the location. Parliament passed legislation to build the new main airport at Gardermoen on 8 August The choice of Gardermoen has spurred controversy, also after the matter was settled in parliament. In , Engineer Jan Fredrik Wiborg , who claimed that falsified weather reports had been made, died after falling from a hotel window in Copenhagen. Circumstances about his death were never fully cleared up and documents about the weather case disappeared. An official report was released in To minimize the effect of using state grants to invest in Eastern Norway, parliament decided that the construction and operation of the airport was to be done by an independent limited company that would be wholly owned by the Civil Airport Administration today Avinor. This model was chosen to avoid having to deal with public trade unions and to ensure that the construction was not subject to annual grants. From 1 January , it also took over the operation of Oslo Airport, Fornebu. The company was established with NOK million in share capital. The remaining funding would come from debt from the state. Total investments for the airport, railways and roads were NOK 22 billion, of which Oslo Lufthavn would have a debt of NOK 11 billion after completion. At Gardermoen there was both an air station and about house owners that had their real estate expropriated following parliament's decision. NOK 1. It was the state that expropriated and bought all the land and remained land owner, while Oslo Lufthavn leases the ground from the state. This reduced the building area from , to 41, square metres 1,, to , sq ft , but gave a more functional design. Construction of the new main airport started on 13 August A new, eastern runway needed to be built. A hill at the airport was blown away, and the masses used to fill in where needed. The construction of the airport and railway required 13, man-years. That night, people and truckloads transported equipment from Fornebu to Gardermoen.
Verdens Gang. Airports in Norway. The company would borrow money from the state, and repay with the profits from operation. The E6 runs south with four lanes to Oslo, and northwards with four lanes towards Oppland , Hedmark and Central Norway. Gardermoen grew up as a training field for the commercial airlines and as local airport for general aviation. SAS introduced a direct flight to New York in , but it was quickly terminated. This section does not cite any sources. Archived from the original on 4 June Retrieved 8 October On the tarmac, these are steered by the radar, while they are controlled by motion sensors at the gate. Planteringen Dalhem Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved 10 June The following is a list of the 20 busiest routes to and from Gardermoen during Total investments for the airport, railways and roads were NOK 22 billion, of which Oslo Lufthavn would have a debt of NOK 11 billion after completion. The E6 runs about 6 kilometres 3. The airlines were required to follow the same design rules for their buildings as the terminal. Until , Gardermoen had a relatively large increase in the number of long-distance routes. He guarantees the transatlantic routes will be significantly shorter via Northern Europe, which will lead to increased efficiency and satisfaction for the travelers and for the economy. Horsens 59, Oxford University Press. Helsingborg is one of the oldest cities of what is now Sweden. Pori 84, Eskilstuna 70, For other uses, see Helsingborg disambiguation. Tents were solely used until , when the first barracks and stalls were taken into use. On Saturdays and Sundays, the frequency is three times per hour. The process of clearing customs before connecting from an international to a domestic flight is not unique for Oslo Airport, as it is the same process used at international airports in the United States and some other countries. First the walls were erected, and a roof put on top. January Retrieved 19 January During construction of the Romerike Tunnel , a leak was made that started draining the water from the lakes above. Kullagatan , the main pedestrian shopping street in the city, was the first pedestrian shopping street in Sweden. This included a 9, square metres 97, sq ft hangar for six aircraft for NOK million. Three ferry companies take people and cargo to and from Denmark around the clock. Uppsala , 5. Retrieved 15 June Oslo had , movements against , at Heathrow in Emirates SkyCargo . Gardermoen has direct connections to just over destinations. Scandinavian Airlines also started a direct service from Oslo to Miami in Silk Way Airlines . Crossing traffic, like fishermen, were not subject to the tax, which was initially directed against the Hanseatic League. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A new, eastern runway needed to be built. Oslo 1,, 5.
The HH Ferry route across the sound has more than 70 car ferry departures from each harbour every day. Historic Helsingborg, with its many old buildings, is a scenic coastal city. The streets vary from wide avenues to small alley-ways. Kullagatan , the main pedestrian shopping street in the city, was the first pedestrian shopping street in Sweden. Helsingborg is one of the oldest cities of what is now Sweden. It has been the site of permanent settlement officially since 21 May Crossing traffic, like fishermen, were not subject to the tax, which was initially directed against the Hanseatic League. Following the Dano-Swedish War and the Treaty of Roskilde Denmark had to give up all territory on the southern Scandinavian peninsula , and Helsingborg became part of Sweden. King Charles X Gustav of Sweden landed here on 5 March to take personal possession of the Scanian lands and was met by a delegation led by the bishop of the Diocese of Lund , Peder Winstrup. At that time the town had a population of barely 1, people. Its situation on a conflict-ridden border caused problems for Helsingborg. Denmark recaptured Scania twice, but could not hold it. The last Danish attempt to regain Scania was in , when 14, men landed on the shores near Helsingborg. The Battle of Helsingborg was fought on the 10th of March just outside the city, which was badly affected. It took a long time to recover; even in the city had only 1, inhabitants and was still growing slowly. From the middle of the 19th century onwards Helsingborg was one of the fastest growing cities of Sweden, increasing its population from 4, in to 20, in and 56, in due to industrialization. A tramway network was inaugurated in and closed down in Following the Swedish orthography reform of , the spelling of many place names in Sweden was modernized. Hundreds of civilians hid their fellow Danish citizens -- Jews -- in their houses, farm lofts and churches until they could board them onto Danish fishing boats, personal pleasure boats and ferry boats. Helsingborg has an oceanic climate Cfb typical of southern Sweden, although its winters are very mild for a location at such a high latitude. Although the temperature differences between seasons are significant, Helsingborg often lacks a meteorological winter with both January and February averaging just above the freezing point in terms of mean temperatures. Helsingborg is a major regional centre of trade, transport and business. In Campus Helsingborg , a branch of University of Lund , opened in the former Tretorn rubber factory buildings, founded by Henry Dunker. Three ferry companies take people and cargo to and from Denmark around the clock. IKEA , the retailer of furniture and home interiors, has its international corporate headquarters in Helsingborg. Nicorette , the nicotine chewing gum, has a manufacturing plant there. Mobile phone developer Spectronic is also situated in Helsingborg. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Helsingborg disambiguation. Place in Scania, Sweden. Coat of arms. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. May Learn how and when to remove this template message. Johnson , Governor of the U. Statistics Sweden. Retrieved 4 June Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Retrieved 2 May Oxford Dictionaries UK Dictionary. Oxford University Press. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Archived from the original on Retrieved February Archived from the original on 28 September Retrieved 27 February Counties of Sweden Sweden. Stockholm 1,, 2.