Sandefjord Airport, Torp
Sandefjord Motor Hotel
Fokserødveien 21 | Sandefjord, 3241 NO
Clarion Collection Hotel Atlantic
Jernbanealleen 33 | Sandefjord, 3201 NO
Hotel Kong Carl
Torggaten 9 | Sandefjord, 3210 NO
Scandic Park Sandefjord
Strandpromenaden 9 | Sandefjord, 3201 NO
Holiday home Sandefjord Skjellvika
| Sandefjord, 3237 NO
Sandefjord Airport, Torp Information
Sandefjord, Norway, Sandefjord
Tel: +47 33 42 70 02
Fax: +47 33 42 70 01
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Airport Data: Near Sandefjord, Position 59°11´12"N, 010°15´31"E, Elevation 87m (285ft).
Navigational Aids: TACAN, VOR-DME
Runway 1: Heading 18/36, 2,949m (9,675ft), 45/F/B/X/U, ILS.
Sandefjord Airport, Torp (IATA: TRF, ICAO: ENTO) is an international airport south of Oslo, Norway.
It is located at Torp near Sandefjord. In addition to serving nearby towns in Vestfold, like Tønsberg, Horten and Larvik, the airport also serves Oslo.
Airlines and destinations
Coast Air flies to Haugesund
KLM Cityhopper flies to Amsterdam
Ryanair flies to Frankfurt, London, Milano-Bergamo, Newcastle and Glasgow And also now Liverpool JLA, Airport.
Widerøe flies to Copenhagen, Stockholm, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim
Torp is also the home of Norway's only flying DC-3. It is operated by a non-profit organization, and tours around the area are available at selected days during the summer season.
The airport is about 80 km south of Oslo near E 18. It takes about 70 min to drive to Oslo.
Torp Ekspressen runs five times a day to and from Oslo.
Sandefjord was the site of a 1979 Learjet crash that reportedly resulted when a pilot was distracted by a rowdy party being celebrated by passengers. The crash cost the lives of the pilot, and five passengers.