Bodo Airport

Daily Car Hire Rates in Bodo Airport

  • Economy

    Volkswagen Polo
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    2 |
    door
    3 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 71.55
  • Compact

    Volkswagen Golf
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    3 |
    door
    5 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 81.39
  • Standard

    Volkswagen Passat
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    4 |
    door
    4 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 94.77
  • Estate

    Ford Focus Estate
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    5 |
    door
    5 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 102.06
  • Suv

    Citroen C4 Aircross
    passenger
    5 |
    luggage
    2 |
    door
    5 |
    ac
    manual auto
    From € 109.00

*daily rates in Bodo Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Bodo Airport Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Bodo Airport is a civil airport.
  • Bodo is the most sizable city in Nordland County.
  • Bodo Airport is next to a military air force base.
  • From Bodo Airport it is possible to fly to Norwegian countryside like Lofoten.
  • Bodo Airport is situated to the south of Bodo city centre.

Nearest Petrol Stations to Bodo Airport

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Bodo Airport Mini Guide

Why go to Bodo?
Many people visit Bodo each year to see the Norwegian countryside and coast in the raw. Although a city, Bodo has a small town feel as it is stretched thinly along the coast. The harbour is very pretty and home to a ferry that can take you out to the island-built lighthouse for great views looking back at the city. Outside Bodo, the landscape is bleak and unforgiving, sometimes even in summer, still, it’s very popular with hikers. Many walk to the bay where the world’s largest maelstrom is found and where the fishing is unmatched. The city’s airport is home to the U2 high altitude research plane which can be seen taking off regularly from Bodo.

Bodo Harbour

How do I get to Bodo?
Just outside of the city is Bodo International Airport which is renowned for the U2 atmospheric data gathering aircraft and was once used for the testing of Concorde. Today it accepts many flights from across Norway and several seasonal holiday flights from Europe and the Mediterranean. No flights operate there from the UK but flying into Bergen, Oslo, Tromso or Trondheim will allow you to make a connecting flight. To get to the city centre from the airport, take a taxi or the local bus for a journey of less than fifteen minutes.

Bodo Airport

What is the Airport Like?
Bodo is a modern airport and arranged very efficiently. The main terminal building has concourses and air bridges arranged as spokes off a semi-circular gate area meaning that at no time will you need to walk far to the airport exit. Bodo is also a ‘silent’ airport with no verbal announcements so you’ll have to watch the overhead displays very carefully.

What Should I Expect When I Land at Bodo?
Some larger flights dock at the air bridges for direct transfer into the airport whilst smaller flights ask you to walk down the aircraft steps and up another flight of steps into the terminal building. This can be quite a shock in the depths of winter! Inside, once you have been through passport control, you’ll be in the main public area. A customer service desk is there to help passengers with transport and airport related questions whilst two ATMs dispense currency should you need it.

The car rental companies are located in the airport terminal but the cars are often a little distance away. The companies will drop them off for you at the terminal doors, especially in winter when they’ll also be de-iced and preheated. Public transport is available and you simply have to wait at the bus stop for the bus to arrive.

What are the Airport’s Facilities Like for When I Leave?
As you’d expect from a relatively small regional airport, facilities are a little light at Bodo. There is a single shop which you’ll find just after check in. This doubles as a café serving cold snacks and coffee and sells books, magazines, some groceries, toys and travel essentials. There are also two further places to eat; a café called Picnic which serves pizza and hot dogs amongst other lights snacks, and a bar serving alcoholic drinks together with snacks. You’ll be pleased to hear that like many Norwegian airports, Wi-Fi access is free.

Latest Update from Bodo Airport:

17/05/12 - Ariving in Bodo on the 16th or 17th of June, you'll be in for a treat as the Bodo Airshow will be held on those dates. This year's theme is the Cold War and the exhibits include Russian and eastern European military aircraft.

Driving in Bodo Airport

  • R

    Road Driving Side

  • 50kph

    Urban speed Limit

  • 80kph

    Rural Speed Limit

  • 90-100kph

    Motorway Speed Limit

  • 20mg

    Drink Drive Limit

  • NOK

    Currency

  • 21

    Min Rental Age

  • YES

    Tolls

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Bodo Airport (airport code BOO) is a regional airport in Norway. It serves the second biggest city in the north of Norway. We offer car hire in Bodo Airport with snow chains and winter tyres because it is near the Arctic Circle and so gets very cold in winter.

Therefore having a rental vehicle is the warmest and most comfortable way of getting around. You do not want to have to wait around for buses when the weather is bad or stomp your feet to keep them warm on train platforms. Remember that you should drive with dipped headlights in Norway.

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