In addition to the E6 motorway, the connection to Oslo is via a high speed train service (Flytoget) which requires just over 20 minutes for the journey to Oslo's central station (Oslo S).
Gardermoen was adopted from a WWII airfield. Gardermoen took over as the main Oslo airport on October 8 1998, when Fornebu airport was closed. The transfer happened overnight, and was a major operation.
Sandefjord Airport is also serving Oslo.
Oslo Airport Gardermoen has 3 Check-in Islands:
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3 Check-in Island 3
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Check-in Island 1
Check-in Island 2
Check-in Island 3
The following cargo airlines fly to Oslo Airport Gardermoen: