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Bodo (BOO) Airport

Bodo BOO Airport Overview

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.

The passenger terminal at Bodo Airport offers the following amenities: internet 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. 

Parking options at Bodo Airport include
1. the P1 lot across from the terminal for short-term parking,
2. the P2 lot to the left of the terminal for long-term parking, and
3. the P6 lot to the right, past the employee lot, for economy parking.
4. Electric parking is available and parking fees are the same as for other cars. Electric fillup is free and spaces are available in P1 and P2.

To get from Bodo Airport to your destination, you can rent a car from one of the five rental car agencies – car pick-up is close to the terminal building and in winter cars are ready, warmed and ice-free.You can also take a taxi, a bus or a train:
1. Taxis: Nordland Taxi frequently checks for passenger lines outside the terminal, if you don’t see a taxi there, call 07550. The trip to city center takes five minutes and the fare is NOK 100. 
2. Buses: Bus 5 stops at the main entrance and departures are scheduled according to air traffic, running usually every half hour during rush hour. For more information call SB Nordlandsbus at +47 75 55 22 10.
These buses serve Bodo, surrounding area, incl. Kjerringoy & Saltstraumen, as well as long-distance routes to Fauske, Saltdal, Misvaer, Beiarn and Narvik, Tromso and the North Cape.
The Nor-Way Bussekspress (Tel: +47 815 44 444) makes long-distance routes to Narvik & Tomso. 
3. Trains: You can take a taxi or bus to the train station of Nordlandsbanen, which has its final stop in Bodo. From onwards are several southward-bound local and regional trains available daily.

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