Small decline in air traffic
Compared to July last year, Avinor experienced a 0,1 percent decline in passenger numbers in July this year.
The number of passengers that traveled to, from or via Avinor’s airports in July decreased by 0,1 percent compared to the same month last year. A total of 5,091,079 passengers traveled in July.
Bergen Airport had an increase for 1,4 percent compared to July 2018, while Oslo Airport had a small growth of 0,5 percent. Trondheim Airport experienced a decline of 4,4 percent.
Download all of Avinor’s traffic statistics below.
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Stricter border controls at Avinor Oslo Airport16.3.2020 14:01:04 CET | Press release
From 08:00 today, the Eastern Police District implemented stricter border controls at Oslo Airport. The Norwegian Home Guard will be standing by to ensure security and provide guidance to the police. In this regard, the Norwegian Home Guard has been granted limited police authority.
Nine short runway airports to be closed temporarily for commercial traffic13.3.2020 14:12:12 CET | Press release
Avinor has decided to close nine short runway airports (STOL airports) temporarily for commercial traffic from Wednesday 18 March. This is done to enable displacement of personnel and equipment to other airports. Emergency preparedness for ambulance aircraft will be available.
The coronavirus affects air traffic in Norway11.3.2020 08:41:03 CET | Press release
In February, there was low growth in air traffic compared to the same month last year, and total traffic increased by 1 percent. The coronavirus affected traffic at the end of the month and so far, March has also shown a decline in traffic.
Norway – a driving force and arena for electrification of air travel6.3.2020 13:29:55 CET | Press release
The Norwegian Ministry of Transport has commissioned Avinor and the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority to develop a proposed program for the introduction of electrified aircraft. The report suggests that by 2030, the first regular domestic scheduled flights in Norway will be operated with electrified aircraft.
Gaute Riise takes over as Vice President of Traffic Development25.2.2020 09:36:40 CET | Press release
Gaute Riise is the new Vice President of Traffic Development at Avinor, taking over from Jasper Spruit. Riise starts in the position on March 1st.
A stable 2019 for Avinor14.2.2020 13:35:14 CET | Pressemelding
Avinor’s income for 2019 amounted to NOK 11.8 billion, with a profit of NOK 665 million. Operating income is on a par with 2018, while profit has roughly halved due to an accounting provision for expected cleanup costs at Avinor’s fire training sites.
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