|IATA: THO – ICAO: BITN
|Elevation AMSL||64 ft / 20 m|
|Sources: AIP Iceland, DAFIF|
Þórshöfn Airport (Icelandic: Þórshafnarflugvöllur) (IATA: THO, ICAO: BITN) is an airport located in Þórshöfn, a village in northeast Iceland. It is also referred to as Thorshofn Airport in many English-language sources.
Þórshöfn Airport was previously located about 4.8 km to the northeast, at Sauðanes, and had the ICAO code BITH (but the same IATA code – THO). It had a slightly shorter runway with a gravel surface, which has since been closed., near
Airlines and scheduled destinations
Accidents and incidents
- In July 1969, Douglas R4D-6 41-50187 of the United States Air Force was damaged beyond economic repair in an accident at Þórshöfn Airport.
- Accident history for THO at Aviation Safety Network
- Aerial picture of the new Þórshöfn Airport (BITN), viewing south with the town of Þórshöfn in the background 2 nm away
- Aerial picture of the old Þórshöfn Airport (BITH).
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