True to a point. What you provided wasn't the complete story that interweaves the impact of the various factors into an analysis of the operation. What are the ripples that occur if there is a delay in placing Aalborg into operation?
As you stated....
You also stated...At this point, the combat operation turned into an air transport operation, which supported the ground units as well as the arriving Luftwaffe units.
IIRC there was a significant problem that delayed the advance out of Oslo to the north. I need to get back into the books to see. As I stated, the likelihood of Aalborg being such a key piece to the puzzle is low, but I need to examine its actual role in detail.However, from the very beginning, the plan was to gradually give the responsibility over to the navy to deliver the necessary supplies and heavy equipment.