A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed between Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Sjømatterminalen AS to operate a new Seafood Centre at Oslo Airport.
Norwegian airport operator, Avinor, has set aside NOK3.3 billion to expand the area after the passport control at Oslo Airport.
Original works of art from arguably Norway's most famous artist, Edvard Munch, will be on display at Oslo Airport for the next decade after operator, Avinor, persuaded the Munch Museum to temporarily share some of its masterpieces.
Oslo Airport has come up with a novel way of feeding and entertaining passengers waiting for fights in the Schengen Area of the terminal – five food trucks serving a variety of dishes from different corners of the globe!
Oslo Airport saw a huge increase in air cargo in 2017, the biggest volumes of which were exports of fresh Norwegian seafood.
Heathrow (+3%), Los Angeles (+5%), Oslo (6.6%), Manchester (+8.5%), Glasgow (+5.8%) and Edinburgh (+14%) today unveiled record breaking traffic figures for 2017.
Norway's Minister of Transport and Communications, Ketil Solvik-Olsen, today officially opened Oslo's newly expanded airport.
Brussels South Charleroi, Frankfurt, Glasgow and Oslo airports have all announced impressive starts to 2017 in the last few days, with January traffic rising by an average of 6.9% across the four gateways.