Car Rental Oslo International Airport (OSL)

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

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Mo 0630-2330
Tu-Fr 0700-2330
Sa 0730-2300
Su 0900-2330

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Hertz in Oslo International Airport (OSL)

Oslo International Airport is situated 35km northeast of Oslo, Norway’s most populous city. It’s the country’s busiest international airport and in 2015 almost 25 million passengers passed through its single passenger terminal. Connected to Oslo by excellent highways, the airport is convenient for exploring this historic city by car from Hertz Car Rental.

Hertz Car Rental has been a leading provider of quality rental vehicles to its international customers for almost a century now, helping millions of drivers to explore further and in greater comfort, whether they’re travelling for business or pleasure. Customers arriving at the Oslo International Airport branch of Hertz Car Rental enjoy the convenience and comfort that is afforded by self-drive, and are able to choose from a wide range of vehicles to suit their needs.

About the airport

The site of Oslo International Airport was used by the Norwegian army since the 1700s, and during the war the Luftwaffe used it as a base, introducing the first dedicated airport facilities there. During the 1970s and 1980s the increasing demand created a series of new facilities and in recent years the runway was extended and low-cost airlines started to use the airport as a hub for the region. There have been ongoing problems with freezing fog during the winter, but these have not seriously affected operations since 2006, when a de-icing system that uses infra-red technology was introduced.

Oslo International Airport has one terminal building and two parallel runways. The airport is used purely for passenger transport, with non-commercial operations being carried out at three smaller airports in the region. The Oslo International Hertz branch can be found within a short walk of the arrivals lounge in the terminal building.

How to rent a car at Oslo International Airport

The Hertz Car Rental branch is open on Monday from 6.30am to 11.30pm, Tuesday to Friday from 7.00am to 11.30pm, Saturday from 7.30am to 11.00pm and Sunday from 9.00am to 11.30pm. Hertz also provides a drop-off and pick-up service which is out-of-hours and can be arranged offline through the Reservation Centre.

You must be at least 18 years of age to rent a car through Hertz at Oslo International Airport. This applies to just one class of vehicle, and for other categories you’ll need to be either 25 or 30 depending on the make. On payment of a young driver surcharge of NOK 130 this can be reduced to 19 years old in the 25-group. You will have to produce your valid EU licence, or an International Driving Permit (IDP) if you are coming from outside the EU. A valid passport is needed too, or a valid ID if you’re from an EU member country. Where customers have arranged advance collection, the relevant documentation will be required, and all payments can be made using a credit or debit card.

Additional information:

• Hertz Car Rental offers a Chauffeur-Drive service for those customers who do no wish to drive themselves, or are unable to.
• A satellite navigation system fitted into some makes and models of rental vehicle allow easier negotiation of the region, including the built-up Oslo area.

Driving in Norway

Visitors to Norway are only allowed to drive hire vehicles with the appropriate insurance and a full licence. More information on driving in Norway is available here.

Nearby attractions

Norway’s roads are well maintained and the signage is excellent. This is particularly important when driving in the long and often harsh winters, when extra care needs to be taken and visibility can be impaired. Use the extensive road network to explore the country around Oslo, and the capital itself is full of attractions. They include the famous Viking Ship Museum, the Akershus Fortress and the Kon-Tiki Museum.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.