Where is the airport in Trondheim, Norway located?
Trondheim Airport, also known as Trondheim Airport, Vaernes (Norwegian: Trondheim lufthavn, Værnes) is an international airport in Norway, serving Trondheim city and the surrounding area. The airport is located in the village of Vaernes, which is 12 miles/19 km east of Trondheim, in Nord-Trondelag County.
Where do you buy plane tickets in Trondheim?
Buy your tickets on the coaches, which both leave from directly outside the domestic arrivals hall and take around 30-35 minutes to reach Trondheim city centre. There will always be a bus on hand to take you the centre no matter when your flight arrives. You can also travel on the local train service.
What is the difference between Terminal A and B at Trondheim Airport?
Terminal A is used for domestic traffic, while Terminal B is used for international services. The check-in facilities for domestic, international and charter are all fitted together at second floor at terminal A.
How many terminals are there at Værnes airport?
The airport has two terminals; A dates from 1994 and is used for domestic traffic, while B is the renovated former main terminal from 1982, and is used for international traffic.
Who are the airlines that fly out of Trondheim?
In addition to Norwegian, SAS and Wizz Air, the airlines airBaltic, Finnair and KLM operates international routes out of Trondheim. Widerøe operates also with Dash 8 aircraft to six airports in Helgeland and Nord-Trøndelag on PSO -routes on behalf of the Norwegian state.
Which is the fourth busiest airport in Norway?
Trondheim Airport served 4,441,870 passengers in 2018 and had 58,273 air movements. This made TRD Airport the fourth busiest airport in Norway. The airport is serving both scheduled flight routes and charter flights from European cities during the year.