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  • Oslo Airport may refer to: * Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, since 1998 the main airport serving Oslo * Oslo Airport, Fornebu, the main airport from 1939 to 1998 * Gressholmen Airport * Kjeller Airport * Moss Airport, Rygge * Sandefjord Airport, Torp * See also the Oslo Airport localization controversy
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  • (Thon Hotels) Thon Hotels (formerly known as Rainbow Hotels) is owned by Olav Thon and was established in 1989. The Norwegian Olav Thon bought his first hotel in 1974, in Oslo. In 1983 Thon bought his second hotel, before he founded Rainbow Hotel in 1989, which included 10 hotels.
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Railway Stations In Akershus, including: Lillestrøm Station, Asker Station, Oslo Airport Station, Eidsvoll Station, Eidsvoll Verk Station, Kløfta ... Station, Nordby Station, Hauerseter Station
Railway Stations In Akershus, including: Lillestrøm Station, Asker Station, Oslo Airport Station, Eidsvoll Station, Eidsvoll Verk Station, Kløfta ... Station, Nordby Station, Hauerseter Station
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Kepler
Kepler
Commissioned as a landmark symbol of a planned community near Oslo's international airport, Gardermoen N?ringspark and Thon Hotel Oslo Airport, The Kepler Star, designed by Vebjorn Sand, was unveiled as part of the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies. The structure draws its inspiration from a star-form first conceived by German astronomer, Johannes Kepler (1571-1630.) It consists of twenty three-sided pyramids radiating from the core. The Star itself is 14-meters high and 14-meters wide, and is the tallest sculpture in Norway at 45-meters, including the pedestal tower. This picture is protected by Creative Commons NonCommercial License and can be used for free for non-commercial purpose.
Oslo airport
Oslo airport
Oslo international Airport. My flight back to Hamburg was delayed for two hours due to an evacuation of the whole international area. A man had gained access to the departures area who had no authorization to do so, and they searched for him with observation cameras. I had time to take pictures...

thon hotel oslo airport
thon hotel oslo airport
USAAF Air Transport Command Airfields - European: Madrid-Barajas Airport, Atatürk International Airport, Oslo Airport, Fornebu, Sofia Airport
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 59. Chapters: Madrid-Barajas Airport, Ataturk International Airport, Oslo Airport, Fornebu, Sofia Airport, Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, Brussels Airport, Rhein-Main Air Base, Prague Ruzyne Airport, Copenhagen Airport, Lisbon Portela Airport, Orly Air Base, Exeter International Airport, Stockholm-Bromma Airport, Naples Airport, Tempelhof Central Airport, Aurel Vlaicu International Airport, Rome Ciampino Airport, RAF Burtonwood, Tirana International Airport Nene Tereza, Marseille Provence Airport, Munich-Riem Airport, Bremen Airport, Fliegerhorst Brumowski, Lyon-Bron Airport, Hellenikon Air Base, Le Havre - Octeville Airport. Excerpt: Oslo Airport, Fornebu (IATA: FBU, ICAO: ENFB) (Norwegian: ) was the main airport serving Oslo and Eastern Norway from 1 June 1939 to 7 October 1998. It was then replaced by Oslo Airport, Gardermoen and the area has since been redeveloped. The airport was located at Fornebu in B?rum, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from the city center. Fornebu had two runways, one 2,370-metre (7,780 ft) 06/24 and one 1,800 metres (5,900 ft) 01/19, and a capacity of 20 aircraft. In 1996, the airport had 170,823 aircraft movement and 10,072,054 passengers. The airport served as a hub for Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), Braathens SAFE and Wideroe. In 1996, they and 21 other airlines served 28 international destinations. Due to limited terminal and runway capacity, intercontinental and charter airlines used Gardermoen. The Royal Norwegian Air Force retained offices at Fornebu. The airport opened as a combined sea and land airport, serving both domestic and international destinations. It replaced the land airport at Kjeller and the sea airport at Gressholmen. In 1940, it was taken over by the German Luftwaffe, but civilian air services began again in 1946 and it was then taken over ...

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