You can find on this page the Norway airports map to print and to download in PDF. The map of Norway airport presents details of location and international airports of Norway in Northern Europe.

Map of Norway airports

Map of Norway airports

The Norway airports map shows location of airports in Norway. This airports map of Norway will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in Norway in Northern Europe. The Norway international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Norway airports are be classified as "primary" (stamrute), and "regional" (regionale). The primary airports are served by jets from SAS and Norwegian, and several have international flights. The smaller regional airports have in many cases short runways and were built for STOL flights, such as the Bombardier Dash 8 planes used by Widerøe. The regional airports located north of Trondheim do not usually have flights to Oslo, but only to a primary airport, because of the limited range of the STOL planes. Because of the often slow road network in northern and western Norway there is a need for air as regional transportation method. Avinor operate the majority of public airports, of which 16 are primary, and 29 are secondary. Torp and Rygge are the largest private airports. The main international airports in Norway are located in Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Tromsø, Trondheim, Ålesund, Haugesund and Sandefjord as you can see in the Map of Norway airports.

Oslo Airport, also known as Oslo Airport Gardermoen, is Norway largest airport. Travellers can get to the centre of Oslo by train, bus and taxi. The capital of Norway is served by two airports, Oslo Airport and Sandefjord Airport Torp as its shown in the Map of Norway airports. The airport is located north of Oslo. You can reach the capital of the vast country through the E6, the nearest town (Jessheim) is also accessible via this motorway. The second busiest airport in Norway is situated south of Bergen and can be reached by car via the ‘Riksvei 580’. Bergen Airport is located in the small village of Flesland, only known for the airport located here. Tourists and business travellers can travel between the airport and Bergen by tram (Bergen Light Rail) and bus (Flybussen). Trondheim Airport is located near the small town Værnes in the municipality of Stjørdal. The third busiest airport in Norway consists of one runway and two terminals. The city of Trondheim can be reached by train, bus and taxi.

Stavanger is literally the capital of the province Rogaland and figuratively the oil capital of Norway. The airport handles about 4.5 million passengers per year and has good air connections with Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and London. The airport is located southwest of the city in the municipality of Sola. The E39 motorway is close to the airport, Stavanger Airport is well signposted along this road as its mentioned in the Map of Norway airports. Tromsø is located in the far north of Norway, far above the Arctic Circle. Most flights to and from the airport are operated by Wideroe and Scandinavian Airlines. Tromsø Airport is situated northwest of the city on the island of Tromsøya. The E8 motorway is located near the airport, Tromsø Airport is easily accessible through this road and road 862. Sandefjord Airport Torp is known as Oslo second airport, even though the capital of Norway is quite far away. The official name of the airport is Sandfejord Airport Torp, some airlines however use the name Oslo in the name of the airport. After the closure of Moss Airport Rygge in October 2016, several Ryanair flights were relocated to Sandefjord Airport Torp.