Mo i Rana Airport, Røssvoll (Norwegian: Mo i Rana lufthavn, Røssvoll) (IATA: MQN, ICAO: ENRA) is a regional airport serving the town of Mo i Rana in the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. The airport is located about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) outside the town in the village of Røssvoll. In 2014 Mo i Rana Airport served 104,474 passengers. It is operated by Avinor.
In 2002 the Ministry of Transport launched an idea of merging the three airports serving Northern Helgeland, Mosjøen Airport, Sandnessjøen Airport and Mo i Rana Airport into one new airport with a large enough runway to fly jet aircraft like Airbus A320 or Boeing 737 aircraft directly to Oslo, and make it unnecessary to operate subsidied regional aircraft to Helgeland. There are also doubts about the future availability of large enough aircraft for 800 m runways. Better roads between the areas including two long tunnels (Korgfjell Tunnel opened in 2005 and Toven Tunnel) opened 2014) have also been built. A location was selected at Drevjadalen in Vefsn, 15 km north of Mosjøen (55 km from Sandnessjøen, 70 from Mo i Rana). Meteorological tests showed that the location was too foggy, so a new location was searched for.
In June 2013 the parliament decided to build the new airport a few km south of Røssvoll airport.