Bodo Airport (BOO) is a civil airport in the town of Bodo in Norway. It is located approximately 1.9 kilometers south of the city centre. The airport has just one terminal. Aside from jet operations to major domestic destinations, the airport also serves as a hub for regional flights to Helgeland, Lofoten and Vesterålen. Bodo Airport provides non-stop flights to various destinations such as Oslo, Trondheim, Leknes and Gdansk. The airport serves approximately 1,700,000 passengers per year.
How to get from Bodo Airport to Bodo
Buses number 1 and 4 stop at the main entrance of the airport. On weekdays, the buses operate from 5:40 AM to 00:00 AM. From 5:40 AM till 6:10 PM they depart every 15 minutes. Travel time to the city center is only about 5 minutes.
The tickets can be bought on the bus and the prices vary depending on the number of zones you’re travelling through and children, as well as seniors, get a discount.
If you prefer a more comfortable transfer, we recommend taking a taxi. It usually takes around 5 minutes by car to get from the airport to the centre of Bodo. The taxi stand is located in front of the main entrance of the airport. Nordland Taxis have a surveillance camera installed in order to check for queues outside the terminal.
The price from the airport to the city centre of Bodo is approximately 9 €.
NOTE: Boarding passengers are charged approximately 2 € extra for covering the costs of the taxi area at the airport.
Another way to travel from Bodo Airport is with a private, door-to-door transfer. You can pre-book a transfer for a hassle-free experience, a professional driver will wait for you at the airport and take you to your destination.
Renting a car at Bodo Airport
Those of you who prefer to explore the area on your own, the best option would be to rent a car directly at the airport. At Bodo Airport you’ll find several car rental companies and their offices such as Avis, Budget, Sixt, Europcar and Hertz.
Alternatively, you can always rent a car online and avoid potential queues at the airport.
Renting a bus at Bodo Airport
Larger groups of passengers should consider renting a bus at the airport. However, it is recommended to book it online, so the bus rental companies have enough time to advise you on the meeting point and all other information.
Bodo Airport FAQs
- I arrive late at the airport. Will it be a problem for me to get to the city?
Unfortunately, there are no night buses, but taxis are at your disposal 24/7.
- Can I exchange money at the airport?
No, there is no currency exchange office at the airport.
- I am continuing my journey outside Bodo. Are there any direct lines to other destinations?
Because there are only two public buses (line 1 and 4) connecting the airport and the city centre, there are no direct lines to other destinations. Your best option is to go to the Bodo bus station or train station and check your further options there. You can also check the desired routes on GetByBus.com.
- Does Bodo Airport have storage lockers?
The airport has a luggage storage room on the 1st floor, by the check-in counters. The fee is approximately 5 € per 24 hours and it must be paid with a credit card.
- Is there a free WiFi service available at Bodo Airport?
Yes, you can get four hours of free WiFi service. If you need more time, you can just log in again. There is also an option to buy more time and faster connection.
- Is there a hotel near Bodo Airport?
Because the airport is just five minutes by car from the city centre, there are many accommodation alternatives.