About The Airport
The Trondheim region offers an exciting blend of gastronomy, scenery and science.
Trondheim, which anchors the mid-Norway region, is bustling in business activity and cultural attractions. A vibrant city, with 45,000 students at its universities and research institutions. Since the GSM mobile phone standard was invented here several decades ago, Trondheim has been the spark for Norway’s knowledge economy.
The Trondheim region has over 750 technology companies, generating 12,500 jobs and over EUR 1.58 billion (USD $1.9bn) in revenues. Other important sectors include manufacturing, hydroelectric and wind energy, offshore oil & gas, fisheries, aquaculture, agriculture and forestry.
- EUR 7 billion in regional investments 2017–2023
- Building EUR 1.5 billion 1,000 MW land-based wind farm, Europe’s largest
- Aquaculture sector revenues of EUR 0.9 billion in 2015
- Noble Prize in Medicine won by NTNU researchers in 2014
Trondheim serves up two Michelin-star restaurants, a region bristling with world-class food producers, cozy café’s, charming hotels, historic sites and Rock’n roll. Nidaros, the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral is where Norway’s kings and queens are crowned and is also the 5th most instagrammed tourist attraction in the kingdom. Norway’s only five star hotel, recently refurbished Britannia Hotel has accommodated royal families and well-off mortals since 1870. Nearby National Park Trollheimen (home of Trolls) is a breathtaking experience in any season. Fishing, biking, boating, kayaking and a host of less strenuous activities are on offer even within the city-limits.
- One in six residents is a higher education student
- Region is home to seven national parks
- Mining town of Røros is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Nidarosdomen Cathedral is an international pilgrimage site
- Salmon rivers have attracted anglers since the 19th century
- Trondheim's 45,000 students contribute to a vibrant urban culture
- Michelin-stars for Restaurant Fagn and Credo in 2019
Avinor Trondheim Airport is Norway's third largest airport. Located very close to Norway’s geographic mid-point, the airport is the hub for Trøndelag,
Namdalen and Helgeland. Sweden’s Jämtland region and Åre skiresort is a easy two hour scenic drive from Trondheim. Trondheim–Oslo is one of Europe’s busiest air routes, with 30 daily B737 departures and more than two million passengers per year. Trondheim ranks as number 15 in the world on OAG’s small airport listing with an on-time performance of 82.7%.
Facts and Figures
- List of Top 5 Airlines: Norwegian SAS,KLM, Wideroe,Wizz Air
- Number of Serving Airlines: 10
- Number of Direct Destinations: 50
- Number of Terminals: 1
- Number of Runways: 1
- Length of Main Runway (m): 2729 x 45
- Passenger Numbers (mppa): 4 313 547
- Ownership: Avinor
- Operational Opening Hours: 24 hours
- Total Catchment Population: 530,000
- Aircraft Parking Stands: 22