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Airport Express Train

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Flytoget, the Airport Express Train - is a high-speed train which brings the passengers to and from Oslo Airport - Gardermoen, with Drammen being the end station on the West side. Holds to date a top speed of 210 km/h, spends 19 minutes from Oslo Central Station to Oslo Airport - Gardermoen.
The train has a punctuality within 3 minutes: 94%
Regularity in comparison to planned journeys: 99.3%.
 Departs every 10 minutes from Oslo Central Station and Oslo Aiport - Gardermoen, and every 20 minutes from Drammen station.Our vision - we will create the ultimate Airport Express Train.

For more information see www.flytoget.no

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Flytoget, the Airport Express Train - is a high-speed train which brings the passengers to and from Oslo Airport - Gardermoen, with Drammen being the e...

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