About Us

Oslo Airport City is a city developer, creating a new and better city situated between Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) and Jessheim.

The area is approx. 260 acres and Oslo Airport City is planning to develop approx. 1.000.000 square meters.

The company’s vision is formed from Norway’s and the Oslo region’s resolution on hub development of vibrant cities situated around Oslo with good public transport coverage. The company’s management has its own working group consisting of three members of the board.

Read about the team

« The 20th century was about cities building airports. The 21st century will be about airports building cities. »

– Dr. John D. Kasarda Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship

Nordic - Oslo Airport City
Nordic - Oslo Airport City

The area

Ullensaker municipality, with approx. 35.000 inhabitants is one of fastest growing areas in Norway – both in terms of jobs and population. The prognoses compiled by SSB predict a considerable future growth over the next 15 years with an average population growth of 2.5% per annum. The municipality is host to Oslo Gardermoen Airport (OSL) and is a business friendly, flexible and solution-oriented municipality.

The area Oslo Airport City, OSL and Jessheim city is experiencing an increasingly growing interest and strong development in both the commercial establishments and residential construction. Airport, commerce, hotels and transport have replaced the military and agriculture as the dominant employers in the area.

Establishing a clear urban structure with a strong focus on further residential construction and related services and infrastructure such as retail, kindergartens and schools supporting Oslo Airport City’s vision and ambitions of city development of Norway’s fastest growing and most attractive part of the Oslo region.

Read a statement from The Mayor of Ullensaker Municipality


Oslo Airport City represents today’s most important city and local development in the form of multicore hub development. With innovative, economically sustainable and urban qualities the development becomes a commercial magnet and regional “growth driver” for long-term focus from collective based infrastructure.

Political grounding and commitment form an invaluable foundation for further development of Oslo Airport City and Norway’s largest hub.

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The concept

Oslo Airport City will, through focus on city and local development at Norway’s largest hub, tie together thousands of jobs in a wide range of business areas to the advantage of the whole Oslo region and the country at large. In the future, Oslo Airport City will be the country’s most central and important development project and hub.

Only 2 hours by train, or by bus and car, one can reach approximately 2 million (40%) of Norway’s population, and with a 2-hour flight one can reach approximately 300 million of Europe’s population.

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Oslo Airport City is a developer, which will build approx. 1.000.000 square meter of:

  • Hotel
  • Convention Centre
  • Office
  • Commerce
  • Logistics
  • Industry and miscellaneous
  • Services
  • Recreation facilities

We will do this in the area directly adjacent to Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL), Flytoget Airport Express, E6, E16 and Jessheim city, which now attract companies from all parts of the business sectors, as well as a wide and diverse range of services.

The increasing globalisation causes a growing need for jobs, accommodation, conference/seminar, commerce/service, logistics/transportation and recreation in close proximity to top, modern transport connections – locally, nationally and internationally.


Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) is Norway’s main airport and the country’s most important hub. In addition to air travel, OSL has an airport hotel, conference facilities, shops, restaurants and other service functions, as well as over 20,000 parking spaces.

In 2017, OSL had about 27 million travelers, and is Scandinavia’s second largest airport. From 2005 to 2016, the hotel, restaurant and retail business have had a significant employment growth from approx. 11% to approx. 21% in direct connection to the airport. Today, OSL directly employs approximately 12,500 people, and together with subcontractors, contracts etc. the total employment is nearly 23,000 people. This number will be doubled towards 2050, and the investments in a new main airport has made OSL to one of the country’s largest workplaces.