Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Stavanger Airport Sola win international punctuality award
Posted: 2 March 2011 | Avinor | No comments yet
Flightstat.com has named Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Stavanger Airport Sola the most punctual airports in Europe…
Flightstat.com has named Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Stavanger Airport Sola the most punctual airports in Europe in the large and regional airport categories.
In the final Oslo Airport Gardermoen competed against Vienna International Airport and Linate Airport, Milan. Stavanger Airport Sola competed with Spanish airports La Palma Airport and Santa Cruz De La Palma, and also against Sandefjord Airport Torp. Bergen Airport Flesland and Trondheim Airport Værnes also reached the final round for regional airports.
“The award is a recognition of the work Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Stavanger Airport Sola have laid down through several years in cooperation with airlines, handling companies and air traffic control services. It is also good to see that Bergen Airport Flesland and Trondheim Airport Værnes reached the finals too. I would therefore like to congratulate everyone who has contributed and look forward to further improving the result. Avinor’s ambition is to make travel a bit easier for our passengers. This award shows that we have made good progress in this work,” says Dag Falk-Petersen, Avinor CEO.
Departure punctuality at Oslo Airport Gardermoen was, according to FlightStat, 87.77 percent in 2010, while it was 90.61 percent at Stavanger Airport Sola.
Flightstat.com keeps statistics on punctuality for airlines and airports all over the world. The awards to Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Stavanger Airport Sola are part of FlightStat’s On-Time Service Awards 2010.
You can find more information about the award, the candidates and the winners here.