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.