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Charter a Flight to Trondheim Airport by Private Jet

After Oslo and Bergen, Trondheim is the third-largest city in Norway and Central Norway’s cultural and trade centre. Trondheim Airport – the country’s third largest airport – is about 35 kilometres from the city centre. Many cities in Norway and throughout Europe are accessible from this airport, which also provides charter jet passengers with exclusive services. It’s easy to book a business flight to or from Trondheim Airport online with JetApp and travel in complete privacy!

History of Trondheim Airport

The military started using the land on which Trondheim (TRD) Airport is currently built in 1887. The first aircraft took off there in 1914. During the German occupation (1940-1942), the small military airfield was expanded and three new runways were constructed. After the end of the war, the airport returned to Norwegian hands and continued to be used as a military airfield.

Trondheim Airport is still used by the military today, although there are no longer any air units stationed there. The 09/27 runway was extended in 1961. It is also the only one of the original three runways, which is still in use today; this and another new runway are currently in use. In 1994, the airport received an airport rail station. Today, TRD Airport handles more than 4.4 million passengers every year and records more than 60,000 flights.

Trondheim Airport: Location

Distances from Trondheim Airport to:

  • Trondheim city centre: approx. 35 kilometres by car
  • Nidaros Cathedral: approx. 37 kilometres by car
  • Munkholmen: approx. 34 kilometres by car

Connections for Charter Flights from Trondheim

Trondheim Airport is the most significant transport hub in Central Norway. Destinations within Norway as well as Scandinavia are accessible in no time. You can reach many places throughout Europe in a business charter flight from Trondheim very quickly. The following destinations are less than an hour away:

It takes less than an hour to fly by private jet charter from Trondheim to Oslo Gardermoen (OSL). This airport north of Oslo is about 50 kilometres from the city centre of the Norwegian capital. A charter flight from Trondheim Airport to Ålesund (AES) takes about 50 minutes. The city stretches over several islands in the European North Sea and is a popular tourist destination. It only takes about three quarters of an hour to fly to Molde (MOL), the "Town of Roses" – where roses, which normally only thrive in more southern regions, grow due to the effects of the Gulf Stream. Tromsø (TOS) is only one and a half hours away. Due to its proximity to the Arctic Circle, the Norwegian Polar Institute is located in this big city in Northern Norway. With a private jet from Trondheim to Bodø (BOO), you’ll only require one hour – the capital of Nordland county where the annual "Nordland Musikkfestuke" music festival takes place.

As the third-largest Norwegian airport, Trondheim is well-prepared and ideally equipped for private jet and business travellers. Two terminals are available – Terminal A with five jet bridges for domestic flights, and Terminal B for international flights. It goes without saying that for private jet passengers there is a quick check-in separate from commercial flights as well as exclusive VIP lounges. There is even a hotel in the immediate vicinity. Trondheim Airport offers the following services:

  • Separate check-in
  • VIP lounge
  • Conference rooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Catering
  • Hotel reservations
  • Limousine service
  • Helicopter service
  • Aircraft maintenance

You can land in or take off from Trondheim in a private jet 24/7. There is no night-time flight ban; Trondheim Airport can be approached as per Visual Flight Rules (VFR) as well as Instrumental Flight Rules (IFR). The asphalt runway that runs at 09/27 accommodates most types of aircraft and weight classes:

Direction Length and width Surface
09/27 2,849 m x 45 m Asphalt
14/32 (closed) 950 m x 36 m Asphalt

Transfers to and from Trondheim Airport

You will need half an hour to get from the airport to Trondheim and vice versa. Thanks to the limousine service, you don’t have to drive. Alternatively, you can hire a car or a taxi. You can also continue your journey to Trondheim or other nearby places by helicopter, which will get you there faster.

Fly by Private Jet to Trondheim Airport: Experience Norway

A charter flight to Trondheim will take you deep into the breath-taking landscape and architectural world of Central Norway. The city is at the mouth of the River Nidelva in Trondheim Fjord and has a canal harbour with houses directly on the waterfront, which is typical of Trondheim. Although the road network was largely restructured after a devastating fire in 1681 to prevent further fires, there are still narrow medieval alleyways in the city centre. The market square is paved in the form of a sundial, the pointer of which is a 17-metre high obelisk with the statue of the founder of the city and Viking king Olav Trygvason. An additional tourist attraction is the Nidaros Cathedral with its Romanesque and Gothic influences.

The Stiftsgården, the largest wooden palace in Scandinavia, allows visitors to imagine Trondheim in the 17th century. It is built in the classic style and has more than 140 rooms that correspond more to the Baroque style. The small islet of Munkholmen, on which there used to be a monastery and which has also served as a gun station and prison, sits in the fjord off the coast of the city. Today, the islet is a popular excursion destination for the city’s residents who enjoy relaxing and swimming there. If you are interested in music and musical instruments, then you should visit the national Ringve Museum. In addition, the Trondheim Chamber Music Festival is held every year in September.

Charter a flight to Trondheim and experience the third-largest city in Norway! It’s easy to book your private jet charter to or from Trondheim online with JetApp.

Airport Facts

  • Airport code: ENVA / TRD
  • Altitude: 17 m (56 ft.) above MSL
  • Passengers per year: 4,417,490 (2016)
  • Aircraft movements per year: 61,663 (2016)
  • Aircraft types: all common types of aircraft and weight classes
  • Runway operating hours: 24/7
  • Runways: 2 (2,949 m; 950 m)

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