MH017
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Gardermoen From Plane To Train

Mon May 09, 2011 12:31 pm

Not well acquainted with OSL-Gardermoen airport very well, so here's my question:

My flight arrives at 1330 and my train for Lillehammer departs at 1405 - is this enough time, or should I book a later train via www.nsb.no ?

(no idea, how far it's walking distance from my KLM flight, via arrivals, to the train platform)

Your input appreciated !!!
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RE: Gardermoen From Plane To Train

Mon May 09, 2011 12:51 pm

If you have handluggage only you should be ok, less then 10 minutes from the gate to the station.
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RE: Gardermoen From Plane To Train

Mon May 09, 2011 6:48 pm

Pieter,
if you are in a hurry, DO NOT follow the hoard of locals into the Dutyfree Shop upon Arrival at OSL. D:

After exiting the luggage area, turn right then walk for 2 minutes.
As 35 minutes can be a close call, especially in case your flight is late, consider to purchase you rail tickets online.
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MH017
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RE: Gardermoen From Plane To Train

Mon May 09, 2011 7:29 pm

Quoting HT (Reply 2):
After exiting the luggage area, turn right then walk for 2 minutes.
As 35 minutes can be a close call, especially in case your flight is late, consider to purchase you rail tickets online.
-HT

Thanks Holger !!! Appreciated !!! No tax-free purchases in Norway intended  

Yes, tickets purchased already via www.nsb.no
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RE: Gardermoen From Plane To Train

Tue May 10, 2011 4:19 am

Am I right to assume you are arriving from a Schengen country (I assumed the Netherlands)?

35 minutes gate to train is enough, assuming no luggage and passport control, otherwise it can get a bit tight.

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MH017
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RE: Gardermoen From Plane To Train

Tue May 10, 2011 12:38 pm

Yes, arriving from AMS on KLM...

Only handluggage for this weekend trip  
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