: Harstad/Narvik lufthavn, Evenes ; iata : EVE, icao : enev ) is an international airport located. 8 This caused local interest for airports at Kvfjordeidet and Vidrek to resume, after initiative from Widere. Construction started in the fall of 1971 and the airport opened, with a 1,600-meter (5,200 ft) runway. 'The Germans also made no secret of the fact that winning the battle in Narvik was a matter of some pride for Hitler.'. It was extended in 1977, after the military decided to establish the air station. 33 Widere started a service to Troms from, after it was included in the public service obligation system.
Construction continued with barracks, which were completed in 1991, aircraft shelters, administrative offices and storage facilities, which were concluded in 1995. Retrieved 29 February 2012. Narvik-based journalist Espen Eidum spent three years sifting through Norwegian, Swedish and German archives to discover how the Nazis had managed to get troops and supplies to the front lines in Narvik in 1940, enabling them to turn a losing battle into a decisive victory. The municipality and the travel industry cooperate closely to assure that the destination is a great place both to live in and to visit. The city of Narvik is surrounded by majestic mountains and is perfect for both mountaineering and skiing. A b "Flight timetables". DNL's successor Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) terminated its seaplane routes the following year, leaving them to Widere, who operated the Noorduyn Norseman and de Havilland Canada Otter.