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Bodø Airport

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ENBO
Airport
ICAO: ENBO – IATA: BOO
Summary
Name Bodø Airport
Region Europe
Territory Norway NO.gif
Location Bodø, Nordland
Serving Bodø
Elevation 12.802 m <br />42 ft <br />42 ft12.802 m <br />
Coordinates 67° 16' 6.06" N, 14° 21' 23.81" E
Runways
Designator Length Width Surface ROPS
7/25 3394 m11,135.171 ft <br /> 45 m147.638 ft <br /> CON yes/yes


METAR
Observation ENBO 170520Z 10008KT 9999 -RA FEW008 SCT012 BKN025 10/07 Q1009 BECMG 24012KT TEMPO RA BKN014
Station Bodo Vi
Date/Time 17 June 2021 05:20:00
Wind direction 100°
Wind speed 08 kts
Lowest cloud amount few clouds
Temperature 10°C
Dew point 7°C
Humidity 81%
QNH 1009 hPa
Weather condition light rain

Bodø Airport

ICAO: ENBO IATA: BOO

Description

International airport serving Nordland region of northern Norway.

Climatology

Subpolar Oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfc) - uniform precipitation distribution, temperatures are moderated by the proximity of the ocean and warm currents - cool summers and comparatively mild winters.

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Terrain

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Accidents & Serious Incidents at or in vicinity of ENBO

  • D228, vicinity Bodø Norway, 2003 (On 4 December 2003, the crew of a Dornier 228 approaching Bodø lost control of their aircraft after a lightning strike which temporarily blinded both pilots and damaged the aircraft such that the elevator was uncontrollable. After regaining partial pitch control using pitch trim, a second attempt at a landing resulted in a semi-controlled crash which seriously injured both pilots and damaged the aircraft beyond repair. The Investigation concluded that the energy in the lightning had probably exceeded certification resilience requirements and that up to 30% of the bonding wiring in the tail may have been defective before lightning struck.)
  • S61, vicinity Bødo Norway, 2008 (On 24 February 2008, a Sikorsky S-61N being operated by British International Helicopters on a passenger flight from Værøy to Bødo attempted a visual approach at destination in day IMC and came close to unseen terrain before accepting an offer of assistance from ATC to achieve an ILS approach to runway 07 without further event. None of the 18 occupants were injured.)