Stavanger Sola (ENZV) is the third largest airport in Norway and the eighth largest in the Nordic Region. The airport is served by (among others) Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAX), Wideroe (WIF), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), British Airways (BAW), Wizzair (WZZ) and Atlantic Airways (FLI).

The airport has scheduled direct routes to 40 international destinations and 8 domestic destinations as well as 17 charter destinations.

The city of Stavanger is known for its offshore and oil industry, as a result of which many helicopter flights are performed to and from the airport on a daily basis. Royal Norwegian Air Force operates search and rescue helicopters from Sola Air Station.

Charts & Flight procedures
Click here to download aeronautical charts for Stavanger

The airport has two runways (18/36 and 11/29). Runway selection is based on METAR and TAF.

For IFR traffic runway 18/36 is the preferred runway. Runway 29 is, unless necessary as a result of weather conditions, not to be used by arriving traffic. The same goes for runway 11 for departing traffic. Runway 11 is the main runway for arriving helicopter traffic, runway 29 the preferred runway for departing helicopter traffic.

Click here for the latest METAR for Stavanger Sola.

The standard arrival routes at ENZV are RNAV1 based on GNSS and Point Merge. Your FMC should be able to follow STAR's at ENZV correctly. Please study the approach charts carefully as there are notes regarding descent planning and direct routings on the approach. When approaching the IAF/Merging Point and the ATC gives you a clearence for approach you shall follow the procedure, adhering to published descent and speed constraints. As default, expect a direct routing to the Merging Point at any time while on the STAR.

After landing you will be instructed to contact Ground, when applicable.

Push back procedures at ENZV are a straight push back or long straight push back. Please refer to the published push back procedures.

Initial climb on SID's from all runways is 6000ft.

Parking positions
The below table can be used as a general guideline for choosing parking positions at the airport.

Gate Usage Example airlines and types
15-24 Domestic SAS, NAX, WIF
7-15 International SAS, NAX, KLM, BAW, WZZ, WIF
50-64 Helicopters  
GA Apron General aviation GA apron is located in the northern part of the airport, west of taxiway G2

Addon scenery
The following addon sceneries are available for Stavanger Sola:

Airports of Norway (FSX and P3D)
Aerosoft Stavanger X (FSX and P3D)
Norwegian Airports (FS9)
Stavanger Lufthavn Sola Airport (X-Plane 10)

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