Rygge

Rygge is a municipality in Østfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Rygge. Rygge was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt).

The emblem of Rygge is the Pasque flower. Rygge is connected to Oslo by double-tracked railway, and four-lane motorway.

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Moss Airport, Rygge - History
... The first aerodrome at Rygge was built in 1942 and 1943, but was located about 2 kilometers (1.2 mi) west from the current runway ... In 1952 it was decided that Rygge was to become a military air station which met NATO specifications ... The new Rygge Main Air Station was established on 15 September 1954, after investments of NOK 127 million ...
Rygge - Military
... Rygge Air Station replaced a temporary airfield constructed by German forces during World War II ... of the highway and main railway is situated in Rygge and its neighbouring municipality Råde ... A civilian air terminal Moss Airport, Rygge, was opened in early 2008 ...
Østfoldbanen - History - Double Track To Moss
... On 28 June 2000, a new 7 km (4.3 mi) section of double track was opened at Rygge Station ... Since 2007, Rygge Station has also served as an airport rail link via a shuttle bus to the near-by Moss Airport, Rygge ...
List Of Villages In Østfold
... Dilling 59°24′0″N 10°42′0″E / 59.4°N 10.7°E / 59.4 10.7 (Dilling) 1570 Rygge Ekholt Rygge Elvestad Hobøl Engalsvik 59°15′3″N 10°44′13″E / 59.25083 ...
Rygge Station
... Rygge Station (Norwegian Rygge stasjon) is a railway station on the Østfold Line in Rygge, Norway ... an airport rail link to Moss Airport, Rygge via a free shuttle bus ...