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Oslo/Gardermoen Airport

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ENGM
Airport
ICAO: ENGM – IATA: OSL
Summary
Name Oslo/Gardermoen Airport
Region Europe
Territory Norway NO.gif
Location Gardermoen, Ullensaker, Akershus
Serving Oslo
Elevation 207.569 m
681 ft
681 ft207.569 m
Coordinates 60° 11' 39.07" N, 11° 6' 1.48" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
01L/19R 3600 m11,811.024 ft
45 m147.638 ft
ASP yes/yes
01R/19L 2950 m9,678.478 ft
45 m147.638 ft
ASP yes/yes


METAR
Observation ENGM 111020Z 36006KT 320V050 CAVOK 03/M12 Q1030 NOSIG
Station Oslo / Gardermoen
Date/Time 11 April 2019 10:20:00
Wind direction 360°
Wind speed 06 kts
Lowest cloud amount clouds and visibility OK
Temperature 3°C
Dew point
Humidity 32%
QNH 1030 hPa
Weather condition n/a

LOS
Tag(s) Parallel Runway Operation
RI
Tag(s) Runway Misidentification

Oslo/Gardermoen Airport

ICAO: ENGM IATA: GEN

Description

International airport serving the Norwegian capital.

Climatology

Humid Continental climate (Köppen climate classification Dfb) - Variable weather patterns and a large seasonal temperature variance. Summers are often warm and humid with frequent thunderstorms and winters can be very cold with frequent snowfall and persistent snow cover.

In the winter, steam fog sometimes forms over the lakes to the north of the airfield and, if there is a light Northerly wind, the fog gets blown over the airfield often without much notice.

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of ENGM

  • A320, Oslo Norway, 2010 (On 25 February 2010, an Aeroflot Airbus A320-200 unintentionally made a daylight take off from Oslo in good visibility from the taxiway parallel to the runway for which take off clearance had been given. Because of the available distance and the absence of obstructions, the take off was otherwise uneventful. The Investigation identified contributory factors attributable to the airline, the airport and the ANSP.)
  • A320, vicinity Oslo Norway, 2008 (On 19 December 2008, an Aeroflot Airbus A320 descended significantly below its cleared and acknowledged altitude after the crew lost situational awareness at night whilst attempting to establish on the ILS at Oslo from an extreme intercept track after a late runway change and an unchallenged incorrect readback. The Investigation concluded that the response to the EGPWS warning which resulted had been “late and slow” but that the risk of CFIT was “present but not imminent”. The context for the event was considered to have been poor communications between ATC and the aircraft in respect of changes of landing runway.)
  • B738, Oslo Gardermoen Norway, 2005 (On a 23 October, 2005 a Boeing 737-800 operated by Pegasus Airlines, during night time, commenced a take-off roll on a parallel taxiway at Oslo Airport Gardermoen. The aircraft was observed by ATC and stop instruction was issued resulting in moderate speed rejected take-off (RTO).)
  • B738/B738, vicinity Oslo Norway, 2012 (On 31 October 2012, a Boeing 737-800 on go around after delaying the breaking off of a fast and high unstable ILS approach at Oslo lost separation in IMC against another aircraft of the same type and Operator which had just taken off from the same runway as the landing was intended to be made on. The situation was aggravated by both aircraft responding to a de-confliction turn given to the aircraft on go around. Minimum separation was 0.2nm horizontally when 500 feet apart vertically, both climbing. Standard missed approach and departure tracks were the same.)
  • B744, Gardermoen Norway, 2004 (On 21 September 2004, a Korean Air Boeing 747-400F experienced handling difficulties on take off due to the Centre of Gravity (CofG) being aft of the limit as a result of misloading.)

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