Kristiansand Airport Reviews


Kristiansand Airport Reviews

Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik (Norwegian: Kristiansand lufthavn, Kjevik; IATA: KRS, ICAO: ENCN) is situated 4.3 NM (8.0 km; 4.9 mi) northeast of the city Kristiansand, Vest-Agder in southern Norway, located 16 km (9.9 mi) from the city centre. The airport serves the Agder district with domestic and international flights. In 2008 the airport had 915,092 passengers. The airport is operated by Avinor.

The Royal Norwegian Air Force has a training centre at the airport.

The Kristiansand Airport’s 2,000-metre (6,562 ft) runway has been defined as 1,840 metres (6,037 ft) and lacks a safety area at the southern end. The airport is installing an engineered-materials arrestor system, a method of stopping aircraft overshooting the runway, which, it is thought, might allow future safety approvals without extending the runway.

A new control tower (the Kristiansand Airport currently operates video cameras to control the northern end of the runway) and a larger two-storey terminal have also been proposed. Bus service to Kristiansand, Lillesand, Grimstad, Arendal and Tveit is available.


ATMs / Cash Machines – There are 3 ATMs at the Kjevik airport: 2 in the departure hall and 1 in the arrivals hall. Machines dispense Euros, Norwegian kroner, GBP, DKK andTRY .
Car Rentals – Avis • Budget • Europcar • Hertz • Sixt
Food / Restaurants – There are no 24-hour food concessions. Food options are: Narvesen and 7-Eleven.
Luggage Storage / Lockers – info not available
Showers – Not available
Internet: Free WiFi is available at Kristiansand Airport for two hours. Connect to the “Airport” network.

Airport opening hours:
info not available

Kristiansand Airport Website

Kristiansand Airport Map

Kristiansand Airport Weather Forecast

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