Oskarshamn Airport

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Oskarshamn Airport
Oskarshamn flygplats
Oskarshamn Airport.jpg
Location Oskarshamn
Elevation AMSL 96 ft / 29 m
Coordinates 57°21′1.96″N 16°29′47.16″E / 57.3505444°N 16.4964333°E / 57.3505444; 16.4964333Coordinates: 57°21′1.96″N 16°29′47.16″E / 57.3505444°N 16.4964333°E / 57.3505444; 16.4964333
OSK is located in Sweden
Location within Sweden
Direction Length Surface
ft m
01/19 4,921 1,500 Asphalt

Oskarshamn Airport (Swedish: Oskarshamns flygplats) was an airport in Oskarshamn, Sweden (IATA: OSKICAO: ESMO). It was built in 1970 and closed in 2014.

The connection with Stockholm-Arlanda was closed down on 17 April 2014. In May 2014 there was a decision by the municipality to close down the airport totally. The nearest other airport is Kalmar Airport, 75 kilometres (47 mi) from Oskarshamn. The airport is still used for some general aviation.


In 1989 a domestic scheduled passenger flight had a crash at landing. It was a Beechcraft 99 operated by Holmström Flyg, scheduled from Arlanda to Oskarshamn, All 16 on board died.[1]

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