Oslo Gardermoen Airport (ICAO: ENGM, IATA: OSL) is also alternatively known as just Oslo Airport. It serves the capital and most populous city in Norway. Used for both private and commercial aviation, it has a General Aviation Terminal for private jet clients to relax in pre-flight. Oslo Gardermoen Airport also boasts two parallel runways, which allows for 80 air movements per hour. Its busiest day in 2018 was the 16th May with 43 movements.
Oslo Gardermoen Airport is located 32 km northeast of Oslo, Norway's capital city, around a 40 minute drive.
Top destinations for Oslo Gardermoen Airport include airports across Norway as well as Sweden, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, France and Switzerland. In total it has around 480 airport connections worldwide - 47 in Norway, 332 across Europe and 101 outside Europe. It's top airport pairs include Ålesund, Stockholm-Bromma, Tromsø, Stavanger, Bergen and most popular Trondheim Airport. The most active aircraft at Oslo Gardermoen Airport are the Cessna Citation Excel / XLS, Dassault-Falcon 2000, King Air 350, Cessna 208 Caravan and the King Air 200. Every year there are just over 7000 movements across the airport, just over 3500 departures and arrivals annually.