Oslo Airport or OSL as per its IATA reference is the main airport that services the capital city of Oslo in Norway. There are two other airports in the region being Torp and Rygge airport's. The airport offers both domestic and international destinations, and is the second busiest airport in all of the Nordic countries. It is a major hub for Scandinavian Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle also operate from the airport.
There are a total of 30 different domestic locations and 113 international locations that the airport supports. On average, over 23 million people use the Oslo airport annually, which makes it the 17th busiest airport in all of Europe.
The airport is about 35 kilometres to the north east of the city of Oslo in the township of Gardermoen. The airport has two parallel runways, one being 3.6 kilometres in length, and the other being just under 3 kilometres in length. In total there are 52 aircraft bays and 34 of them have aero bridges, which negate the need for tarmac boarding.
One of the easiest ways to get to and from the airport is via the train services. There are high speed trains which operate from the City of Oslo, and another train service known as the Flytoget. In total there are around 20 places to eat, plus usual services such as banks and a post office.