|Z14, 48.3043 °N, 158.1221 °E|
| Harboda Flyghamn|
|Elevation AMSL||31 m|
|Highways||N1 - Harbodaleden exit|
|Regional train lines||Mynninghamn South trains to Gråklosters/Aneborn stopping at Arum|
|Telephone||+0363 31 40 10 00|
The original Harboda Airport was completed in 1966. Built as a replacement for the old Flenløsa Airport to the east of the city, the location south was chosen both because of its proximity to the newly built N1 highway as well as being closer to Gråklosters, Østermark's second largest city, albeit some 75 kilometers away.
In 1990, a second runway was added and the original terminal was replaced with a new much larger building, built in the shape of a jet. Simultaneous with the new terminal, parking was expanded, new drop-off and pick-up car lanes were built and a new cargo terminal east of the passenger terminal was built.
In 2012, the airport was greatly expanded with a second terminal for international flights added. The parking was further expanded including a new long-term parking lot, and the drop-off and pick-up lanes completely rebuilt.
The 2012 costly expansion created much controversy as the capacity is far greater than current needs. Charges of corruption, bribes and closed bidding processes are currently under investigation, although few expect much to come out of it. In addition, ground was broken for several hotels and a new Modus shopping center but has gotten no further than construction pits.