Hire a Private Jet to Tromso Airport
Tromso is located on the similarly named island of Tromsoya in Northern Norway and is the largest city in Norway’s three northernmost counties. It is the seat of the middle county of Troms, which lies entirely within the Arctic Circle. It has been the home of the Norwegian Polar Research Institute since 1993. Tromso Airport is one of the most important transport hubs in Northern Norway, with many flights to the neighbouring county of Finnmark to the north and east. A charter flight to Tromso and this fascinating region is sure to be of interest to fans of the Arctic.
History of Tromso Airport
The predecessor of today’s Tromso Airport was a water runway in Skattøra that had been established in the 1930s. During WWII it was taken over by the Luftwaffe but was given to the municipality of Tromso at the end of the war. Construction of a terminal building and a new shipyard followed in 1947, allowing faster aircraft and establishing a direct connection to Olso.
In 1950, the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority determined that a proper airport should be built and construction began in 1953 at the current location. Tromso Airport officially opened in September 1964. Extensive renovations and improvements were carried out in the 1990s, including a new air traffic control tower and a passenger bridge. Today, the airport receives over two million passengers annually and more than 42,000 flight movements.
Tromso Airport Location
Distances from Tromso Airport to:
- Tromso city centre: approx. 5 kilometres by car
- Tromso Museum: approx. 6 kilometres by car
- Polar Museum: approx. 4 kilometres by car
- Polaria Arctic Experience: approx. 5 kilometres by car
Charter Flights from Tromso
A vast number of destinations – above all in Norway – are easily reached by private jet charter from Tromso Airport. Such connections are the main focus of this important transportation hub in the north of the country. Of course, one can book charter flights from Tromso to many other European destinations with JetApp. But if you want to undertake a multi-leg tour of Norway, Tromso Airport makes an excellent starting point to reach the following:
- Tromso ✈ Alta (ENAT / ALF): approx. 42 minutes
- Tromso ✈ Bodo (ENBO / BOO): approx. 53 minutes
- Tromso ✈ Kirkenes (ENKR/KKN): approx. 1 hour
- Tromso ✈ Harstad/Narvik (ENEV/EVE): approx. 41 minutes
- Tromso ✈ Hammerfest (ENHF/HFT): approx. 44 minutes
A charter flight from Tromso to Alta (ALF) is approximately 45 minutes. There one can visit the Northern Lights Cathedral as well as the ancient petroglyphs along the Alta Museum’s wooden walkways. Bodo (BOO) is also reached in under an hour. The capital of the county of Nordland is home to the Norwegian Aviation Museum and a Gothic-inspired cathedral with 12 metre high stained glass windows. It takes about an hour by private jet hire from Tromso to Kirkenes (KKN), close to the Russian border. Harstad/Narvik (EVE) Airport, close to the village of Evenes, is a 40 minute flight, with Hammerfest (HFT) just slightly longer at 45 minutes.
Travelling with a private jet from or to Tromso Airport affords passengers first class service in the air as well as on the ground. To make the most of your time at the airport, exclusive VIP care is available. This includes an expedited, separate check-in from that used by commercial passengers. On request, you can also be driven out to your plane. The following amenities and services are provided for charter flights in Tromso:
- Separate check-in
- VIP service
- Limousine service
- Helicopter service
- Aircraft servicing
Tromso Airport has two terminals with three passenger gangways as well as a varied selection of stores and restaurants. There is space for nine airplanes on the 2,447-metre-long asphalt runway and all types and weight classes of aircraft can land or take off:
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Transfers from and to Tromso Airport
VIP Tromso flight passengers can make use of quick and comfortable transfer options. A limousine can take you the 5 kilometres to the city centre within minutes and outlying towns and islands in Northern Norway can be comfortably reached by helicopter.
Charter a Private Jet to Tromso: Experience Northern Norway
The largest city in Northern Norway, Tromso is 344 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle and the home to the Norwegian Polar Research Institute, which was built in 1993. Tromso was and is the starting point of numerous Arctic expeditions. Thanks to its particular location, the city is also home to the northernmost university and cathedral in the world as well as the northernmost symphony and chamber orchestras in Europe. As is typical for Northern Norway, the midnight sun means daylight on a 24-hour basis from 17 May to 24 July. And the flipside occurs from 27 November to 14 January when the city of Tromso experiences the polar night.
The polar region serves as the theme for most of the city’s attractions. The Polaria Arctic Experience includes an arctic aquarium whereas the city’s Polar Museum tells the stories of the early explorers and polar seafarers. Those interested to learn more about the region’s culture should be sure to pay a visit to the Tromso Museum, while the Arctic Cathedral’s enormous stained glass window and stark architecture will be appreciated by those who favour modern design. Spectacular views over the region’s islands and fjords can be enjoyed from the top of the mountain Storsteinen.
One of the most naturally spectacular areas of the world, you can’t go wrong with Norway. Charter a flight to Tromso and use it as a base from which to journey to other rugged, serene landscapes of Northern Norway. With JetApp, the destinations and the schedule are up to you.
- Airport code: ENTC / TOS
- Altitude: 10 m (33 ft) above MSL
- Passengers per year: 2,009,146 (2015)
- Aircraft movements per year: 42,444 (2015)
- Aircraft types: all common aircraft and weight classes
- Runway operating hours: 24/7
- Runways: 1 (2,447 m)
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