Rygge Air Station

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Rygge Air Station (Rygge flystasjon) is located in the municipalities of Rygge and Råde in Østfold, Norway.wikipedia
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Royal Norwegian Air Force

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The Royal Norwegian Air Force operates various squadron and aircraft at the airbase, including Sea King helicopters, F-5 Freedom Fighters, Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft as well as Bell 412 helicopters.
The infrastructure of the RNoAF includes six airbases (at Ørland, Rygge, Andøya, Bardufoss, Bodø and Gardermoen), one control and reporting centre (at Sørreisa) and two training centres at Persaunet in Trondheim and at KNM Harald Haarfagre/Madlaleiren in Stavanger.

Rygge

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Rygge Air Station (Rygge flystasjon) is located in the municipalities of Rygge and Råde in Østfold, Norway.
Rygge Air Station replaced a temporary airfield constructed by German forces during World War II.

Moss Airport, Rygge

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On 1 October 2007, the base was expanded to include the civilian Moss Airport, Rygge, which will be shut down again on 1 November 2016.
The airport is however co-located with the still operational Rygge Air Station, operated by the Royal Norwegian Air Force, who also owns the land and runway.

Gardermoen Air Station

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720 Squadron was moved from Gardermoen Air Station to Rygge.
The Air Force was considering moving its operations at Gardermoen to Rygge Air Station by consent of the Chief of Defence of Norway, General Sigurd Frisvold in the 2003-2004 period; however, this proposition was turned down by the Norwegian Parliament's Defence Committee.

Westland Sea King

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A dispatchment of 330 Squadron operate Westland Sea King helicopters for search and rescue.
From 1995 to 1998, one helicopter was stationed at Ålesund Airport, Vigra, and since 1999, one has been stationed at Rygge Air Station.

Råde

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Rygge Air Station (Rygge flystasjon) is located in the municipalities of Rygge and Råde in Østfold, Norway.

Østfold

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Rygge Air Station (Rygge flystasjon) is located in the municipalities of Rygge and Råde in Østfold, Norway.

Norway

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Rygge Air Station (Rygge flystasjon) is located in the municipalities of Rygge and Råde in Østfold, Norway.

Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

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The Royal Norwegian Air Force operates various squadron and aircraft at the airbase, including Sea King helicopters, F-5 Freedom Fighters, Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft as well as Bell 412 helicopters.

Northrop F-5

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The Royal Norwegian Air Force operates various squadron and aircraft at the airbase, including Sea King helicopters, F-5 Freedom Fighters, Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft as well as Bell 412 helicopters.

Dassault Falcon 20

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The Royal Norwegian Air Force operates various squadron and aircraft at the airbase, including Sea King helicopters, F-5 Freedom Fighters, Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft as well as Bell 412 helicopters.

Bell 412

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The Royal Norwegian Air Force operates various squadron and aircraft at the airbase, including Sea King helicopters, F-5 Freedom Fighters, Dassault Falcon 20 aircraft as well as Bell 412 helicopters.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

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In 1989 their UH-1B helicopters were replaced with Bell 412s.

Bodø Main Air Station

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In 2002, 332 Squadron with F-16s was moved from Rygge to Bodø Main Air Station.

Ørland Main Air Station

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Some of the aircraft were relocated to Ørland Main Air Station.

United States Department of Defense

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The United States Department of Defense FY19 budget has requested $13.8 million being spent for taxiway construction at Rygge airport to expand operational capabilities as a part of the European Deterrence Initiative.

Taxiway

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The United States Department of Defense FY19 budget has requested $13.8 million being spent for taxiway construction at Rygge airport to expand operational capabilities as a part of the European Deterrence Initiative.

European Deterrence Initiative

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The United States Department of Defense FY19 budget has requested $13.8 million being spent for taxiway construction at Rygge airport to expand operational capabilities as a part of the European Deterrence Initiative.

Norwegian Army

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720 Squadron's six Bell 412SP aircraft used primarily to support the Royal Norwegian Army.

Electronic-warfare aircraft

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Two of the jets are electronic-warfare aircraft while the third is configured for VIP-transport.

Search and rescue

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A dispatchment of 330 Squadron operate Westland Sea King helicopters for search and rescue.

Norwegian Air Shuttle

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From the new commercial operations area, Norwegian Air Shuttle has chosen to start a number of services from the airport later this year.

No. 330 Squadron RNoAF

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Headquartered at Sola Air Station, the squadron has detachments at Rygge, Florø, Ørland, Bodø and Banak.