Avinor's operating income was 2,941 million in Q3 2015, and 8,097 million as at 30 September 2015. This is at the same level as last year. Profit after tax was NOK 521 million, compared to NOK 755 million last year.
Avinor experienced 2.7 per cent growth in traffic, with a total of 3.8 million passengers travelling via the company’s airports in February. Following a long period of traffic decline, traffic has now returned at Stavanger airport, Sola.
As of next summer, Bergen will launch three times weekly services to Billund (25 June), Hamburg (14 August) and Munich (13 August), while Kristiansand will welcome a four times weekly service to London Stansted (14 August).
The number of passengers who travelled via Avinor airports increased by 3.2 per cent in November compared with the same month last year. A total of 2.66 million passengers travelled via the airports during this period.
A huge 4.8 million passengers travelled through Avinor airports in October, representing growth of 4.7 per cent compared with the same month last year. The growth was evenly distributed, with 4.7 per cent for domestic flights and 4.8 per cent for foreign travel.
A total of 4,810,992 passengers travelled through Avinor's 45 airports in September. Oslo Airport's cargo figures show an enormous increase of 44% compared with the same month last year (August figures).