Bodo Airport BOO
serves the Norland county of north-west Norway and is operated by Avinor.
The Airport is located on the western-most tip of the peninsula, just south of the city center of Bodo. To get to the Airport by car, follow road 80/ Olav V gate all the way to the airport.
With one runway and an estimated 2 million passengers a year, Bodo Airport is served by jet flights to major domestic destinations, and also serves as a hub for regional airlines offering flights to Helgeland, Lofoten and Vesteralen.
Airport service hours:
- Winter: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-3pm; Sun 2pm-8:30pm.
- Summer: Mon-Fri 4am-1am; Sat 4am-6pm; Sun 3:30am-1am.
Bodo Airport has one passenger terminal.
Amenities & services inside the terminal include free WiFi access, a cafe, a pub, and a convenience kiosk, a duty-free shop, luggage storage, an ATM machine providing Norwegian kroner or Euro. If you need other currency, Bodo’s banks are a 15-minute walk from the terminal. Self-service check-in machines are in the departures hall.
You can rent one of three modern meeting rooms equipped with AV equipment and Internet access, with free parking for all attendants.
Present and future Airport developments:
In March 2017 it was announced that the current aging airport is to receive NOK 2.4B to expand and move less than a kilometer south from its current location (while the waterfront area will be used for urban development).