Norwich Airport Information (NWI)
Norwich International Airport (NWI) has a long history of health and community service as well as being a primary connection between the UK and the Netherlands and these heritages are maintained today.
- Norwich, Norfolk
- Norwich Airport Limited
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 052°40'33"N 001°16'58"W
The airport remains an outpost for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and the local constabulary air unit, and continues a tradition of military usage that dates back to World War One. A population of over two million people is protected by the health and safety emergency flight services that use this airport as their hub.
Also, the airport operates a number of heliports and charter spaces for air services to the North Sea. Many oil rig crews fly in and out of Norwich International Airport on their way to contract work.
The relationship that the airport enjoys with KLM Airlines means that the airport is one of the UK's main hubs of indirect travel to the world, with via-Amsterdam flights accounting for a large percentage of total traffic.
In this way, the airport's route map is expanded exponentially, with indirect services to Southeast Asia, the United States, South Africa and the Middle East. More locally, direct flights operate to all over Europe including Turkey and the Balearic Islands, North Africa and Scandinavia.
The smoke-free and special-assistance equipped terminal is completely wireless internet accessible and relaxing hospitality and retail spaces abound. Car parking is available right at the airport, with short- and long-term car parking spaces directly in front of the terminal entrance.
Public transport and taxi services shuttle travellers between the airport and the city centre and hotels and the airport is handy to reach by private car, too.