Norway’s Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, has opened its new domestic arrivals hall, the first stage of a major redevelopment plan. Arriving domestic passengers will be served by a hall some 15,000 sq m larger than the old facility and “will benefit all who arrive at Norway’s main airport,” airport owner Avinor’s CEO Dag Falk-Petersen said. Passengers arriving from abroad will still be using the existing arrivals hall. As part of the redevelopment program the old ...

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