| Worst airport I’ve ever experienced in Europe. Airport is full of architectural niceties but at the expense of providing a good service to passengers. Several Issues: - Airport requires a lot of walking, at times the various routes to gate area (A) felt like walking in circles. Walkways could be more efficient and direct. - Passport control - the architect seems to think about 300 people travel a day at this airport. Queues are long and not clearly signposted. I was travelling with a family, and they didn’t even check my passport. This is a major safety issue that needs to stop. - Seating - again the architect doesn’t seem to realise that the majority of flights departing have seats for over 180 pax. Why then is there 28 seats at each gate? I could understand if they were small regional gates, not international departures. - Baggage Collection - 35 mins wait for bags on the belt. For a country that prides itself for its use of automation, this was an absolute joke. There is no reason for such a wait, and staff were completely unhelpful as to the issue. - Taxi Service - The automated taxi kiosk is not fit for purpose at an international airport. Travelling with 4 pax and 4 large bags due to the winter weather, and all three taxis (large one selected) that turned up could not take the luggage. Do they think people don’t travel with luggage, especially in winter when you have to carry more clothes? - Food and Beverages - Didn’t eat, not worth wasting an extortionate amount of money for terrible food. All in all, a truly shocking airport that has completely missed its fundamental purpose - to be an airport! This airport has completely tarnished my view of Norway. It’ll take a lot to convince me to return to this hell.