Another famous Norwegian airport is Torp. It is an international airport located 110 kilometers away from Oslo. The nearest town to it is Sannefjord (about 8 km away). Like many airports, Torp was originally used for military purposes. Its construction began in 1953 and was sponsored by NATO. The opening of Torp Airport took place on July 2, 1956.
Over time, interest in this airport as a military facility decreased markedly, and already in 1958, Torp began to be used to transport passengers. After some time, it began to serve international and charter flights, in 1985 and 1992, respectively.
Torp is a very small airport, there is only one terminal on its territory that serves international flights of low-cost airlines such as Wizz Air and Ryanair. Nevertheless, Torp offers tourists a list of the most common and necessary services. These include free Wi-Fi and some computers, which is very convenient in case of a flight delay. You can chat with family, work, or just surf the Internet. If you are hungry, Torp provides you with specially designated places for eating. Well, of course, there is also an ATM at the airport.
So, how can you get from Torp Airport to Oslo as quickly and comfortably as possible? The first way is by bus. The fare is $29, and the travel time is 1 hour 45 minutes. The second way is by train. You will spend about an hour and a half on the road. And finally, the third and most reliable way is a taxi. In case if you choose a bus or a train, you need to strictly monitor the time, hurry up, not be late. When ordering a taxi from us, you free yourself from unnecessary load. The driver will wait for you at the airport for as long as you need. We provide each client with comfort and safety, so you can even entrust us with a confidential trip.