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Berlevåg Airport

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Berlevåg Airport (Berlevåg lufthavn; ) is a regional airport serving Berlevåg Municipality in Troms og Finnmark county, Norway. The airport is situated northwest of the village of Berlevåg and is owned and operated by Avinor. The airport tower is operated remotely from Bodø. The airport has a runway aligned 06/24. Services are provided by Widerøe using Dash 8-100 aircraft to other communities in Finnmark. The airport served 5,921 passengers in the terminal (in 2016) and received the most subsidies per passenger of any Avinor airport. A further 8,948 landed and started at the airport without leaving the aircraft. Construction of the airport started in 1943 by the Luftwaffe who stationed a detachment of Jagdgeschwader 5 (JG 5) there. Civilian operations started 1970 and were first provided by Norving. The airport was upgraded as part of a national program to establish regional airports and from 1974 services were taken over by Widerøe using de Havilland Canada Twin Otter aircraft. Da
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