Stord Airport, Sørstokken (Norwegian: Stord lufthamn, Sørstokken) is the airport serving the Sunnhordland district in Norway. It is located at Sørstokken on the south-west side of Stord island, 13km west of Leirvik, the administrative centre of Stord municipality. An extensive tunnel and bridge system, Trekantsambandet, connected Stord to the mainland and to Bømlo on April 30 2001.
Scheduled flights were initially to Oslo, served by a Beechcraft 200 Super King Air from Air Stord from December 1991 to December 1994. When Air Stord collapsed, the route was taken over by Teddy Air. Golden Air operated the Oslo-Stord connection using Saab 340 aircraft until 16 August 2004, when Coast Air took over.