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Near Svolvaer
Norway

Between Svolvaer and Helle on the Lofoten Islands. The Scolvaer Airport is to be seen, which is a regional airport serving the communities of Svolvær in Nordland, Norway. The airport is operated by Avinor. It is served by Widerøe with Dash 8 aircraft connecting the community to Bodø and other communities in Nordland. The routes are operated on public service obligation with the Norwegian Ministry of Transportation and Communication. [parts of the description from Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svolvær_Airport,_Helle]

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