Gressholmen is an islet located in the Oslofjord, just south of central Oslo. Administratively it belongs to the borough of Gamle Oslo.

Gressholmen airport was for the years 1927 through 1939 the location of the main airport for Oslo, until the construction of Fornebu airport. The airport was only for seaplanes.

Coordinates: 59°53′04″N 10°43′13″E / 59.88444°N 10.72028°E / 59.88444; 10.72028

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Oslo Airport, Fornebu - History - Background
... state should be responsible for all airports, and suggested a state-owned seaplane airport at Gressholmen ... of the airport until 1926, when Gressholmen Airport opened ... Gressholmen was served by Norsk Luftfartsrederi and Deutsche Luft Hansa ...
Gressholmen Airport
... Gressholmen Airport was the main airport serving Oslo, Norway from 1927 to 1939, until the construction of Fornebu Airport ... The airport was on the islet of Gressholmen, and was only for seaplanes ... Gressholmen was not the first seaplane airport of Oslo ...