Oslo Lufthavn, Gardermoen, Norway

NORDIC - Office of Architecture
Date Built
Officially opened in April of 2017
Gardermoen in the municipality of Ullensaker, in Akershus county
When the new Oslo Airport opened in 2017, the construction over the previous 6 years had effectively doubled the size of the facility.  The development added 12 new security gates, 34 new check-in counters, 11 new gates, expanded baggage handling facilities and a number of new shops and restaurants. In total it now covers 265,000 square metres (2,85 million square feet), up from 148,000 square metres before the expansion started. 

The Visit Oslo website points out that, "... The arrivals and departures hall is now much larger thanks to the recently opened North Pier, which is integrated into the original terminal with the same characteristic roof shape. In addition the train station is now more closely connected to the centre of the airport, making access easier and walking time shorter. "

The airport is connected to Oslo by a high-speed rail link accessed below the terminal building.  It is also connected by rail to other Norwegian cities including Trondheim.