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NO / Tromso airport info

Airport in Tromso is very small and only 15 min from city center.
After every flight arrival or prior to flight departure you can use the
airport shuttle (local bus #901) to and from the city.
Drop off point and get on point is only 50 meters apart and just outside the terminal.
From the bus to check in desk approx 20-30 meters.

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Airport is being reconstructed and this is the only map in the moment.
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View from luggage belt towards the exit.
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Transfer coaches and airport shuttle #901 to city center.20131211_131436
View from outside to the automatic check in.
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View from outside to normal check in counters
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Arrival and departure hall. Security up the stairs on 2nd floor.

More info to be published from the Tromso Villmarksenter

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