During August 2022, a total of 4,526,709 passengers, an increase of 84 per cent compared with figures from August 2021, travelled to, from or via Avinor’s airport network.
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Avinor has revealed it will integrate a new forecasting technology, which will allow the operator to plan and optimise operations across all areas of the airport network.
AF Gruppen has been awarded a turnkey contract by Avinor, to build a new airport in Mo i Rana in Norway.
Introducing a new digital Remote Tower Centre requires trust in technology, safety and security for both employees and local communities, and, importantly, knowledge-sharing with all throughout the roll-out phase. Abraham Foss, Chief Executive Officer at the Avinor Group, explains more.
Airports Council International Europe and the Transportation Security Administration, along with industry stakeholders, will continue collaboration to launch open architecture for airport security systems across Europe.
Arvid Løken, Senior Advisor, Sustainability Department at Avinor, discusses the role of sustainable aviation fuels in decarbonising aviation.
Airports Council International Europe has announced significant progress, with the European airport industry, in the concrete steps towards net zero CO2 emissions, with plans to further accelerate commitments.
Avinor has achieved another milestone through the launch of a new Remote Towers Centre from which an initial 15 towers at an equivalent number of airports will be controlled.
Although there has been an increase in traffic developments during the first quarter of 2022 for Avinor, there is still room for improvement, as passenger volumes are at a level of 60 per cent of normal activity pre-pandemic.
To provide attractive business opportunities for suppliers across the airport network, Avinor has launched a tender for retail and F&B operations, with all the contracts combined valuing at €830 million.
A total of 22.4 million passengers travelled through Avinor's airports in 2021, a growth of 10 per cent despite a challenging 2021 for aviation.
Despite an increase in passenger numbers and aircraft movements during Q3, Avinor is still experiencing a significant decline in income from traffic and commercial activities for 2021.
The TULIPS project has been awarded €25 million by the EU, with 29 partners, including Avinor and SINTEF, contributing to making a greener aviation future.