Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik

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Geographical coordinates: 58.203888888889 8.085

Wikipedia

English Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik

Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik (Norwegian: Kristiansand lufthavn, Kjevik; IATA: KRS, ICAO: ENCN) is an international airport serving the city of Kristiansand in Vest-Agder county, Norway. The airport is located in the district of Tveit in the Oddernes borough, about 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) by road and 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) by air from the city center of Kristiansand. Operated by the state-owned Avinor, it is the sole airport in Southern Norway with scheduled flights. Kjevik has a 2,035-meter (6,677 ft) runway aligned 03/21 and served 1,061,130 passengers in 2018. Scheduled flights are provided by Scandinavian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Widerøe, KLM Cityhopper and Wizz Air. The Royal Norwegian Air Force has a training center at the airport.

Kjevik opened on 1 June 1939, as the joint second airport in the country. During the Second World War it was occupied and expanded by the Luftwaffe. Kristiansand's southerly location caused the airport to receive several international routes during the early years, as well as domestic services. Braathens SAFE served domestic services from 1955 to its demise in 2004. KLM flew until 1971, after which Dan-Air opened routes to the United Kingdom. The terminal received major extensions in 1955, 1979, 1994 and 2015. New control towers were built in 1966 and 2013. Kjevik was the base for Sørfly from 1946 to 1962, for Agderfly from 1969 to 2004, and for FlyNonstop in 2013.

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German Flughafen Kristiansand

Der Flughafen Kristiansand-Kjevik ist der Flughafen der norwegischen Mittelstadt Kristiansand.

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Spanish Aeropuerto de Kristiansand-Kjevik

El Aeropuerto de Kristiansand-Kjevik (en noruego: Kristiansand lufthavn, Kjevik) (IATA: KRS, OACI: ENCN) es el aeropuerto de Kristiansand, provincia de Vest-Agder al sur de Noruega. Se encuentra a 16 km al noreste del centro de la ciudad. Presta servicio al distrito de Agder mediante vuelos nacionales e internacionales.

La Real Fuerza Aérea Noruega tiene un centro de entrenamiento en este aeropuerto. Desde él hay una línea de autobús hasta el centro de la ciudad y hasta Lillesand y Arendal.

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Finnish Kristiansandin lentoasema

Kristiansandin lentoasema, Kjevik sijaitsee Norjassa Kristiansandin kaupungin keskustasta noin 16 kilometriä koilliseen.

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French Aéroport de Kristiansand Kjevik

L'aéroport de Kristiansand Kjevik (Norvégien: Kristiansand lufthavn, Kjevik) (code AITA : KRS • code OACI : ENCN) est un aéroport international desservant la ville de Kristiansand, dans le sud de la Norvège. L'aéroport est situé à Tveit, à 16 kilomètres du centre-ville. Géré par l'entreprise publique Avinor (en), c'est le seul aéroport de l'Agder ayant une activité régulière. Kjevik dispose d'une piste orientée 04/22 de 2 035 mètres de long, et a accueilli 1 065 615 passagers en 2013. L'aéroport accueille les compagnies aériennes Scandinavian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Widerøe, KLM Cityhopper et Wizz Air. La Force aérienne royale norvégienne dispose d'un centre d'entrainement sur le site.

Kjevik a ouvert le 1er juin 1939. Durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, il est occupé et agrandi par la Luftwaffe. La situation méridionale de Kristiansand a fait que l'aéroport a accueilli de nombreuses liaisons internationales et nationales. Braathens SAFE y a effectué des vols entre 1955 et 2004, KLM jusqu'en 1971, puis Dan-Air (en) qui reliait le Royaume-Uni. Le terminal a été agrandi en 1955, 1979, 1994 et 2015. De nouvelles tours de contrôle ont été construites en 1966 et 2013. Kjevik a été l'aéroport principal de Sørfly (en) entre 1946 et 1962, d'Agderfly (en) entre 1969 et 2004, et de FlyNonstop en 2013.

Source: Aéroport de Kristiansand Kjevik

Hungarian Kristiansandi repülőtér

A Kristiansandi repülőtér (IATA: KRS, ICAO: ENCN) Norvégia egyik nemzetközi repülőtere, amely Tveit közelében található. Éves utasforgalma 1 064 387 (2019) fő.

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Dutch Luchthaven Kristiansand Kjevik

Luchthaven Kristiansand Kjevik (IATA: KRS, ICAO: ENCN) ligt ten noordoosten van de stad Kristiansand, in Agder in Noorwegen en ligt 16 kilometer van het centrum. De luchthaven bedient de hele streek met binnenlandse en internationale vluchten. In 2006 verwerkte de luchthaven 819.734 passagiers. De luchthaven is in handen van Avinor.

De Noorse luchtmacht heeft een trainingscentrum op de luchthaven.

Source: Luchthaven Kristiansand Kjevik

Polish Port lotniczy Kristiansand

Port lotniczy Kristiansand – międzynarodowy port lotniczy położony w Kristiansand. Jest jednym z największych portów lotniczych w południowej Norwegii.

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Swedish Kristiansands flygplats, Kjevik

Kristiansands flygplats, Kjevik (norska: Kristiansand lufthavn, Kjevik) är en internationell flygplats som ligger 8 km nordväst om Kristiansand i Norge. Det är den mest trafikerade flygplatsen flygplatsen i den norska landsdelen Sørlandet.

Source: Kristiansands flygplats, Kjevik

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English Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik

() is 12 km (7 mi) north-east of the city. There are seven daily flights from Oslo (Gardermoen); four by SAS and three by Norwegian, Widerøe generally fly six times daily to Bergen, three times daily from Stavanger, once daily from Trondheim, three times daily from Copenhagen, and a direct flight four times a week from London (Southend Airport). KLM fly twice daily from Amsterdam. SAS also fly once a week from Alicante.When getting plane tickets, be careful not to mix Kristiansand up with the city of Kristiansund, which is much further north.Bus connections to city centre are either city buses 35, 36, or M2 (the airport is not a regular stop for none of these services, so verify each departure) costing 35 kr for a single ticket, or the airport bus costing 100 kr one way.

Websitehttps://avinor.no/en/airport/kristiansand-airport/

Russian Аэропорт Кристиансанна, Чевик

Аэропорт находится в 12 км к северо-востоку от города. Есть рейсы в Осло, Берген, Ставангер, Тронхейм, Копенгаген, Лондон, Амстердам и Аликанте. При покупке билетов на самолет будьте осторожны, не перепутайте Кристиансанн с Кристиансунн, который намного дальше на север.

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German Kristiansand Airport

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German Flughafen Kristiansand

Italian Aeroporto di Kristiansand-Kjevik (IATA: KRS)

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