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About Hammerfest Airport

IATA/ICAO Code:
HFT/
Address:
9600 Hammerfest, Norway
City: Hammerfest
Country:
Norway
Phone:
+47 67 03 50 50
Website: https://avinor.no/en/airport/hammerfest-airport/
Arrivals: (HFT) Arrivals
Departures: (HFT) Departures
Latitude/Longitude
70.67970276, 23.66860008
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Hammerfest Airport (IATA: HFT, ICAO: ), is an airport serving the Hammerfest area in Norway. Scroll down or click here to see what Hammerfest Airport shops, bars, restaurants, cafes, and facilities we have in our Duty Free Information 2022 Database.

Hammerfest Airport (Norwegian: Hammerfest lufthavn; IATA: HFT, ICAO: ENHF) is a regional airport at Prærien in Hammerfest, Norway. It is operated by the state-owned Avinor and handled 145,396 passengers in 2014, making it the third-busiest regional airport in the country. The airport has a 880-meter (2,890 ft) runway aligned 05/23. Services are provided by Widerøe using the Dash 8-100. Up to eight daily flights are provided to Tromsø and public service obligation flights are flown eastwards to other airports in Finnmark. The airport is the base for offshore helicopter services operated by Bristow Norway and CHC Helikopter Service. An estimated 40,000 people from Hammerfest Airport’s catchment area annually use Alta Airport for flights to Oslo.

Hammerfest was served from 1935 by scheduled seaplanes at a water aerodrome at Rypefjord. Services were interrupted by World War II, but resumed in 1945, lasting until the 1963 opening of Alta Airport. Hammerfest Airport opened on 1 August 1974, along with four other regional airport in Finnmark and Troms, and was originally served with de Havilland Canada Twin Otters. The de Havilland Canada Dash 7 was introduced in 1983 and a helicopter base was established in 1989. The Dash 8 was introduced in 1995 and the airport was nationalized two years later. A Dash 8 was damaged beyond repair after a hard landing in 2005. Because of the limited space for expansion and unfavorable wind conditions, there is a proposal to build a new airport at Grøtnes.

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HFT/

9600 Hammerfest, Norway

Hammerfest

Norway

+47 67 03 50 50

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