Travel

By Plane

Trondheim Airport Værnes serves international and national flights.

Information about flights and more

To and from Trondheim Airport Vaernes

From the airport you can go by taxi, express bus or train to Trondheim.

Bus

You find the express bus to the right of the arrival hall exit.

More about bus travel to/from the airport

Train

For the train station, take a right at the arrival hall exit and follow the pathway to the station. More about train travel to/from the airport.

Taxi

The Taxi stop is located right outside the arrival hall exit.

Taxi companies

(Have your flight number ready when pre-booking )

By Train

There are four daily trains between Oslo and Trondheim on the Dovre line. The journey takes approximately 7 hours.

Trondheim can also be easily reached by train from many other Norwegian cities.

VY train tickets and schedules

By Car

The Norwegian north-south highway E6 passes Trondheim, while the coastal highway E39 has its terminus at Klett, 10 km south of Trondheim. the E14 connects Trondheim to the Mid-region of Sweden to the east.

Getting Around in Trondheim

We will provide more information about how to get around in Trondheim closer to the conference date.

Passports & Visas

Every traveler must have a valid passport. Citizens of some countries have visa exemption agreement with Norway. This also applies if you have a residence permit in an EU/EEA country or if you have a special passport. For more information please visit UDI website.

For all the other countries who need visa. More information on visa regulations and applications is available at UDI website.

If you have questions, please contact our Professional Conference Organizer NTNU Videre at iacee2020@videre.ntnu.no

Statement regarding COVID-19 outbreak (Coronavirus)

Dear IACEE2020 attendees, the health of our conference participants and employees is very important to us. We have been closely monitoring the news on COVID19 (Coronavirus) since the outbreak in China. At the present time, the authorities in Norway do not believe that events in the country pose any danger. Up-to-date information can be found at any time on the website of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

We follow the guidance of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health as well as the World Health Organization (WHO)

As of Monday 24th Februrary the Norwegian Ministry of foreign affairs advises against traveling to the Hubei Province and travels to China which is not strictly necessary, except Hongkong, Macau and Taiwan.

The coronavirus / covid-19 has been detected in many places in China and has caused an ongoing outbreak of pneumonia. Hubei Province is hardest hit, but many provinces and cities impose extra restrictions on visitors. This includes local and regional transport restrictions, as well as the temporary closure of central tourist attractions, public institutions, schools and universities. In many places, local authorities have also announced that quarantine is imposed on home quarantines. There are several accepted papers from chinese contributors in the conference program – and as of yet – we do not know if they will be allowed to travel to Norway or not. Many restrictions apply for travelling within China, and many airlines, including Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), have temporarily suspended or reduced their flights to and from China. It is not possible to exclude that transport opportunities from and within China are further restricted at short notice.

Currently there are no travel restrictions in Norway and the borders are not closed. If the situation changes and further recommendations are made by the authorities, this page will be updated.

What we are doing with respect to the Coronavirus at IACEE 2020:

Pre-cautions (to prevent any contaminants)

  • We are following the news within Norway and in the countries of our IACEE 2020 attendees, closely.
  • We also follow recommendations and suggestions from the Norwegian Health Ministry, The Ministery of Foreign Affairs and the World Health Organization.
  • We encourage all participants to get bottles with hand disinfectant.
  • We recommend not to handshake at the conference, instead a verbal greeting should be applied
  • If you do not feel well please contact iacee2020@videre.ntnu.no

Further information on advice for the public on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) website

Travel restrictions

We are in communication with IACEE 2020 attendees facing travel restrictions, due to the coronavirus outbreak.

If you are affected by travel restrictions please contact us as soon as possible on iacee2020@videre.ntnu.no.
We have communicated options to authors unable to attend, that another presenter attending IACEE 2020 can present on their behalf, or when this is not possible, authors can pre-record their presentations to be played during the IACEE 2020 conference program. This video must be received no later than 5 pm EST 22 May2020 via iacee2020@videre.ntnu.no

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak (Coronavirus), there have been many questions regarding the travel restrictions and conference policy on this particular issue. What is the latest?

Following guidance the conference WILL continue as planned and all delegates are welcome as long as appropriate travel and visas have been obtained.

What is your refund policy due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak?

It is an unfortunate circumstance that there will be some individuals unable to travel due to the outbreak and travel restrictions.

The refund policy is on the website, and will be followed.

If I have further questions regarding this situation, who should I contact?

Please contact iacee2020@videre.ntnu.no. We will do our best to answer your questions and will work together to find the best solution.