Coordinates: 62°33′48.45″N 7°40′59.59″E / 62.5634583°N 7.6832194°E
The Åndalsnes landings took place in Åndalsnes in Romsdal, Norway in 1940 during the Norwegian Campaign of World War II.
After the German invasion of Norway in April 1940, British troops landed in Åndalsnes as part of a pincer movement to take mid-Norwegian city Trondheim. The northern arm of the attack was based in Namsos.
To prevent the British from advancing inland, German Fallschirmjägers made a parachute drop on the village and rail road junction of Dombås on 14 April.
Lacking control of the air, the British forces at Åndalsnes were withdrawn in early May 1940.