Narvik Airport, Framnes was a regional airport located at Framnes in Narvik, Norway. It was operated by the state-owned Avinor and consists of a 965m runway aligned 01–19 (roughly north–south). Until its closure, the airport was served by Widerøe, who operate a public service obligation route to Bodø. Narvik is now only served by the primary Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes, capable of jetliner operations. The airport handled 27,142 passengers in 2012.Narvik was served by a seaplane service from 1935 to 1939 and from 1946 to 1971. Planning of Evenes started during the 1950s, but from the late 1968 Narvik Municipality proposed building both a regional and primary airport. Framnes was completed in 1972, a year before Evenes, and scheduled services started on 1 October 1975. The terminal building was completed in 1986 and the airport was nationalized in 1997. Widerøe has operated at the airport since the opening, except from 2003 to 2006, when the airport was served by Kato Air.The airport closed on 1 April 2017, due to the construction of the new Hålogaland bridge and expected shorter journeys to the larger Harstad/Narvik Airport.