Review : SAS Business Lounge – Oslo

Despite my short connection in Oslo, and since the boarding of my flight to Paris has not started, I join the lounge of the Oslo airport, just renovated.

Disembarkation of my flight from Stockholm
Pathway to the lounge


Although recently renovated, the Oslo airport remains on a human scale. When I disembarked from my flight arriving from Stockholm, I found the lounge easily: it is located on the mezzanine of the boarding doors.

Entrance to the lounge on the mezzanine


The welcome is… non-existent since, like in most of the lounges of the Scandinavian airline’s hubs, access control is done by scanning the boarding pass. A reception is nevertheless available for special requests.

Lounge design

The lounge is absolutely identical in its decoration to all the SAS lounges in the world: Scandinavian furniture, a rather compact lounge area and very pleasant round high tables.

SAS customer service area within the lounge
The press at your disposal
Dining area

It is quite a good size and has different areas for working, eating and resting. Inside, an area is reserved for Gold and Diamond SAS passengers (also accessible by scanning the boarding pass), which I did not have access to at the time of the review

Access for Star Gold passengers


Unlike the lounge in Copenhagen, the offer is rather extensive here, with two nice buffets offering a quality cold offer, and brown cheese, a Norwegian specialty that I particularly like.

A better offer than other SAS lounges

Lounge facilities

The lounge is equipped with self-service toilets and showers. But something quite unprecedented, a gym, accessible by reservation at the time of registration. To be tested during my next visit!

Bottom line

A very pleasant lounge, which does the job for waiting for your next medium-haul flight.

Olivier Delestre-Levai
Olivier Delestre-Levai
Olivier has been into airline blogging since 2010. First a major contributor to the FlyerTalk forum, he created the FlyerPlan website in July 2012, and writes articles with a major echo among airline specialists. He now co-runs the TravelGuys blog with Bertrand, focusing on travel experience and loyalty programs.

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