Trondheim Airport (TRD)

IATA Code TRD ICAO Code ENVA
FAA Code Time Zone Europe/Oslo
(GMT +01:00)
Phone +47 67 03 25 00 Fax +47 67 03 25 01
Latitude 63° 27' 0'' N
(63.450000)
Longitude 10° 55' 59'' E
(10.9333)
Web Site avinor.no/en/airport/trondheim-airport
Visit official website
Email lasse.bardal@avinor.no
Current Time 12:09:03 Current date Tuesday 17-01
Open Hours Monday through Sunday, all day Elevation 14 Feets (~ 4.27 meters)
City Trondheim Country Norway
Address Avinor, Trondheim Airport, 7500 Stjørdal, Norway Post Code 7500

Trondheim Airport Destinations List

Destination IATA Airlines Flying Route Book Flights
Alesund Airport AES SAS, Norwegian Alesund to Trondheim
Malaga Airport AGP Norwegian, SAS Malaga to Trondheim
Alicante Airport ALC SAS, Norwegian Alicante to Trondheim
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol AMS KLM Royal Dutch, KLM Cityhopper, Alitalia Amsterdam to Trondheim
Stockholm Arlanda Airport ARN SAS Stockholm to Trondheim
Antalya Havalimani Airport AYT Norwegian Antalya to Trondheim
Barcelona–El Prat Airport BCN SAS Barcelona to Trondheim
Bergen Airport BGO Norwegian, SAS Bergen to Trondheim
Bronnoysund Airport BNN Wideroe Bronnoysund to Trondheim
Bodo Airport BOO Jet Time, SAS, Wideroe Bodo to Trondheim
Copenhagen Airport CPH Air Canada, Thai Airways, Norwegian, SAS, Aloha Airlines Copenhagen to Trondheim
Dubrovnik Airport DBV Norwegian Dubrovnik to Trondheim
Evenes Airport EVE Norwegian, Wideroe Evenes to Trondheim
Frankfurt am Main International Airport FRA Lufthansa Frankfurt to Trondheim
Gdansk Airport GDN Wizz Air Gdansk to Trondheim
Helsinki Vantaa Airport HEL Flybe Helsinki to Trondheim
Reykjavik Keflavik Airport KEF Icelandair Reykjavik to Trondheim
Krakow Airport KRK Norwegian Krakow to Trondheim
Kristiansand Airport KRS Norwegian, Wideroe Kristiansand to Trondheim
Kristiansund Airport KSU Wideroe Kristiansund to Trondheim
London Gatwick Airport LGW Norwegian London to Trondheim
Gran Canaria Las Palmas Airport LPA Norwegian Las Palmas to Trondheim
Mosjøen Airport MJF Wideroe Mosjoen Kjaerstad to Trondheim
Murcia Airport MJV Norwegian Murcia to Trondheim
Molde Airport MOL FlexFlight, Wideroe Molde Aro to Trondheim
Mo I Rana Rossvoll Airport MQN Wideroe Mo I Rana Rossvoll to Trondheim
Nice Airport NCE SAS, Norwegian Nice to Trondheim
Oslo Airport OSL Norwegian, Wideroe, SAS Oslo to Trondheim
Namsos Airport OSY Wideroe Namsos to Trondheim
Riga International Airport RIX Norwegian Riga to Trondheim
Roervik Ryumsjoen Airport RVK Wideroe Roervik to Trondheim
Rygge Airport RYG Danish Air Rygge to Trondheim
Split Airport SPU Norwegian Split to Trondheim
Sandnessjoen Airport SSJ Wideroe Sandnessjoen to Trondheim
Stockholm Airport STO SAS Stockholm to Trondheim
Stavanger Airport SVG SAS Stavanger to Trondheim
Schoenefeld International Airport SXF Norwegian Berlin to Trondheim
Tenerife South Airport TFS Norwegian Tenerife to Trondheim
Tallinn Airport TLL Estonian Air, SAS Tallinn to Trondheim
Tromso Airport TOS Wideroe, SAS, Norwegian Tromso to Trondheim
Torp Airport TRF SAS, Norwegian, Wideroe Oslo to Trondheim
This list shows the 41 locations you can flight from Trondheim Airport (TRD Airport)

Trondheim Airport Facts

Trondheim Airport, Værnes is an international airport serving Trondheim, a city and municipality in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. The airport is located in Værnes, a village in the municipality of Stjørdal in Nord-Trøndelag county, 19 km east of Trondheim. Operated by the state-owned Avinor, it shares facilities with Værnes Air Station of the Royal Norwegian Air Force. In 2014, the airport had 4,416,681 passengers and 60,934 air movements, making it the fourth-busiest in the country. 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. The airport features a main east–west 2,999-metre runway, a disused northwest–southeast 1,472-metre runway, an integrated railway station and an airport hotel.

The main airlines at the airport are Scandinavian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Widerøe, for all of which Værnes is a focus city. The main route is the service to Oslo, operated by both SAS and Norwegian, which is the tenth-busiest route in Europe. Both airlines operate services also using Boeing 737 aircraft to Bergen, Bodø and Tromsø; SAS has some additional domestic services while Norwegian has a number of low-frequency international services. Widerøe operates regional Dash 8 aircraft to six airports in Helgeland, in addition to Sandefjord. Krohn Air provides services to Molde. Daily international services to Copenhagen is provided by SAS and to Amsterdam is provided by KLM. The airport also serves charter services, mainly to the Mediterranean. In total, it connects to 17 domestic and 21 international destinations, as well as 18 charter destinations.

Værnes was taken into use by the Royal Norwegian Army in 1887. The first flight was made in 1914, and aerodrome facilities were gradually installed. The first main installations, including three concrete runways, were built during World War II by Luftwaffe. After the war, the Air Force Pilot School moved to Værnes, although in 1954 most of the other air force activities for Central Norway were moved to Ørland Main Air Station. Civilian aviation started in 1951, when half a barracks was taken into use as a terminal, with the whole building being utilized from 1958. Jet aircraft started serving Værnes from 1963, and the second terminal opened in 1965. The third (the current international Terminal B) was opened in 1982, and the fourth, Terminal A, was opened in 1994, along with the train station. From 1956 to 2004, Braathens was one of the largest airlines at the airport.

*(Source: Wikipedia.org)

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