3 APRIL 2017
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Seven new shops and restaurants opened at Oslo Airport last week with more to follow shortly ahead of the complex’s official opening ceremony this month following a major redevelopment programme.
New food and beverage arrivals at the northern pier include casual dining establishments Jamie’s Italian, Bølgen & Moi and TGI Fridays, as well as sandwich chain Northland plus a consumer electronics specialist and two new bookshops.
The openings are part of a NOK14bn (about £1.3bn) refurbishment to increase capacity to 28m passengers a year. The new-look airport will be unveiled on 27 April in a special ceremony attended by King Harald V and Queen Sonja.
Dag Falk-Petersen, chief executive lof Norway’s airport authority Avinor, said rising traffic levels leading to overcrowding at both Oslo and Norway’s other main airport, Bergen, were driving the improvement programme. A new terminal opens at Bergen on 17 August.
“Higher capacity is being planned for the non-Schengen area at Oslo Airport to be able to meet the increase in intercontinental traffic,” he said, adding that “according to estimates, a third runway will also be required at Oslo Airport in a few years’ time.”
Large expansion projects are also in progress in Tromsø and Stavanger.
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