Warehouses at the river.

16th IEEE European Test Symposium
May 23-27, 2011

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How to get there

By plane

By train

By bus from the airport

You are adviced to go by bus from the airport to the city centre or the NTNU campus.

There are two bus companies that run scheduled busses from Trondheim airport, Værnes to the city centre. Both companies will take you to the city centre and more or less close to the university campus where the conference is. When you arrive at the airport you should go by one of the airport buses to the city centre. The buses park just outside the terminal building and the baggage reclaim area. Both buses leave the airport when they are full or the there is no more people at the baggage belt.

From the airport to the hotels

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Flybussen Værnesekspressen

The buses from the company Flybussen cross the city centre and pass close by the conference hotels. The driver will inform you which hotels are close to each stop. Tell the driver which hotel you stay at, and ask if he may do the announcements in English. You may pay by credit card.

If you go by Værnesekspressen they will take you to the city centre by Quality Hotel Augustin and Thon Hotel Trondheim. 5 - 8 minutes to walk to Britannia Hotel and P-Hotels.

From the airport to the NTNU campus

If you arrive in Trondhheim during the conference and prefer to go directly to the conference site, you may do so.

The busses from the company Værnesekspressen pass through the university campus on thir way to the city centre, and has a stop just outside the conference hall (Gløshaugen South). There is a 5 - 10 minute walk to the closest Flybussen stop. This map shows the closest stops and the walkway from Flybussen the the ETS-venue.

Prices

Both buses cost NOK 100 (ca EUR 12,50) one way. You may buy a return ticket (for the same company) at NOK 170/150.

Taxi

If you prefer taxi you should expect to pay 800 NOK. Tell the driver which hotel you stay at in Trondheim. You may negotiate a cheaper taxi if you find one of the pre-booked taxis with a free seat, but do not count on that.

You may go by bus to the city centre and grab a taxi there. The taxis in Norway do not drive around looking for custormers. You may wave at a free taxi, with the roof light on. There are taxi stands close to the bus-stops. Ask the driver for advice.

The street address for the conference venue is
NTNU Gloshaugen
Hogskoleringen 5
Trondheim.

By plane

The easiest way to get to Trondheim from outside Scandinavia is by plane. Trondheim Lufthavn, Værnes, (TRD) has direct daily flights to and from Kastrup, Copenhagen (CPH) and Arlanda, Stockholm (ARN), by SAS and The Star Alliance, and Schipool, Amsterdam (AMS) by KLM.

Official Airline

SAS is proud to be the Official Airline for the 16th IEEE European Test Symposium and welcomes you to Trondheim.

As Official Airline we offer you 10% conference and event discount on our published fares*. Simply log in with the designated event code NO1101 at SAS Conference and Event booking engine Rightand book your flight on SAS, Blue1 and Widerøe.
*except 2% on our lowest Economy fares.

Travelling from the USA:

Book on-line via the above link if you are flying from Chicago, New York or Washington DC. From other US destinations similar discounts are offered on through fare tickets using connecting flights on United domestic USA in connection with SAS transatlantic flight. Please call 1-800 221 2350 to book your ticket.

When flying with SAS, you will naturally earn EuroBonus points on your journey, or with one of the Star Alliance airlines frequent flyer programs.

For more information visit www.flysas.com/delegates Right

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Carbon Offset your air travel to the Event

SAS offers all participants to voluntarily offset their CO2 emission Right.

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By train

Trondheim is linked to the European rail network via Sweden and Denmark. NSB has a page Rightfor International travel.

Webmaster: Bjørn B. Larsen, Edited: 19.05.2011 - 12:36.