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Flytoget Airport Express Train

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Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget
Flytoget Airport Express Train Photo: Flytoget

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Norway's first and only high-speed train provides fast and comfortable transportation between Oslo Airport at Gardermoen and several stops in the Oslo region.

Flytoget Airport Express Train departs every 10 minutes (every 20 minutes on Saturdays and early morning/late night) between Oslo Airport and Oslo Central Station (Oslo S). The journey takes 19-22 minutes.

The train departs every 20 minutes between Oslo Airport and Drammen, Asker, Sandvika, Lysaker, Skøyen, Nationaltheatret and Lillestrøm.

All children under the age of 16 who are travelling with adult, travel free of charge. A fee of NOK 20,- is added to every ticket purchased from a Flytoget ticket office. For discounted tickets the same fee is NOK 10,-.

If you have a credit card, you can swipe your card at the station/airport to pay for your journey, instead of buying a ticket. To get the senior or student discount for ticket-free travel, register in advance at flytogetkvittering.no.

For groups it is also possible to rent a whole Airport Express Train.

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Transport > Oslo S/Nationaltheatret

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Norway's first and only high-speed train provides fast and comfortable transportation between Oslo Airport at Gardermoen and several stops in the Oslo...

Flytoget Airport Express Train

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