Traffic at Avinor's airports continues to increase
2,460,928 passengers traveled to or from Avinor's airports in August 2021. This is a decrease of about 50 per cent compared with the normal year 2019, but at the same time an increase of about 45 per cent compared with 2020.
Of the passenger traffic to/from Avinor’s airports in August, 1,855,322 were domestic travels and 559,260 international travels.
- We see that the number of passenger journeys continues to increase month by month, and more passenger traveled in August compared to July. It is especially the domestic market that is developing strongly, says Gaute Skallerud Riise, Vice President Traffic Development at Avinor Group.
The number of air movements to/from Avinor's airports was 55,589 in August, an increase of just under 20 per cent compared with 2020.
The increase in air cargo continues the positive trend. The development in August of 13.6 per cent increase compared to 2020, is mainly driven by strong demand for Norwegian seafood and positive development in e-commerce.
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