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Mosjøen Airport, Kjærstad


Mosjøen Airport, Kjærstad

Mosjøen Airport, Kjærstad
Mosjøen lufthavn, Kjærstad
MJF is located in Nordland
Location of airport in Nordland
Airport type Public
Owner/Operator Avinor
Serves Mosjøen
Location Kjærstad
Elevation AMSL 73 m / 240 ft
Direction Length Surface
m ft
16/34 1,019 3,343 Asphalt
Statistics (2011)
Passengers 60,887
Aircraft movements 5,954
Cargo (tonnes) 256
Source: Norwegian AIP at Avinor[1]
Statistics from Avinor[2][3][4]

Mosjøen Airport, Kjærstad (ICAO: ENMS) (Norwegian: Mosjøen lufthavn, Kjærstad) is a regional airport serving Mosjøen in Nordland, Norway. In 2011 Mosjøen Airport had 60,887 passengers. It is owned and operated by the state owned Avinor.


  • Service 1
  • History 2
  • Airlines and destinations 3
  • Ground transportation 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The airport is served by Widerøe with Dash 8 aircraft connecting the community to Bodø and Trondheim. The routes are operated on public service obligation with the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The runway is too short for flights with enough fuel to reach Oslo.


The airport was opened in 1987 as part of the last group of regional airports to be built in Norway.

In 2002 the Ministry of Transport launched an idea of merging the three airports serving Northern

  • Avinor entry for Mosjøen Airport
  • Avinor entry for Mosjøen Airport (Norwegian) (more detail)
  • Mosjøen airport on

External links

  1. ^ "Airport information for ENMS". Avinor. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Passenger statistics from Avinor" (xls). Avinor. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "Aircraft Movement statistics from Avinor" (xls). Avinor. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 
  4. ^ "Cargo statistics from Avinor" (xls). Avinor. Retrieved 9 April 2012. 
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The airport is located 10 minutes out of town. There is no bus service to the airport, but taxis are available.

Ground transportation

Airlines Destinations
Widerøe Bodø, Mo i Rana, Namsos, Sandnessjøen, Trondheim[7]

Airlines and destinations

. Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll Instead a decision was made in 2013 to build a larger airport near [6][5]

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