About The Group
Avinor is responsible for operating a unified system of 43 airports and the joint air
navigation service for the Norwegian civilian and military aviation sector. The
business is based on fulfilling and building on key social obligations in all parts of the
country. The groups parent company, Avinor AS, is wholly owned by the Norwegian
state, represented by the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The Avinor
Group’s head office is located in Oslo.
Avinor Traffic Developments representatives take pride in their deep knowledge of Norway’s regions and extensive market development relationships. They strive to be a valuable partner for the airlines and build personal relationships that’s genuine.
VISION AND VALUES
Avinor's vision is to create valuable relationships. We connect people and places in a way that creates lasting bonds. The needs of individuals, businesses and communities are to be respected and they shall see clear benefits from our operations.
WORLD’S FIRST BREEAM EXCELLENT RATED TERMINAL IN 2017
Avinor Oslo Airport’s terminal 2 became the world’s first airport building to receive an ‘Excellent’ rating under the internationally recognized BREEAM sustainability assessment thanks to the many eco-friendly features – such as harvesting snow for summer cooling. The project also won an award for utilizing eco-friendly materials like low carbon concrete and wood beams. Reduction in CO2 emissions was calculated to 43%.
DOMESTIC AIR TRAVEL GOING ELECTRIC IN 2030
It is Avinor and the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority’s ambition to introduce the first electric domestic flights by 2030 and to make all domestic aviation electric by 2040. In October 2020, Avinor made another ground-breaking announcement. For the first time, SAS, Widerøe, Norwegian, Avinor, the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Norwegian Aviation Industries, collectively set emission targets and signed on to a roadmap that makes aviation fossil-free by 2050. This implies that all scheduled flights to and from Norway are set to become fossil free by 2050.
Airports Within The Group
Oslo is the Nordics’ new green capital of cool. Norway’s capital is a rising star on the list of cities not to be missed. Famous for its density of electric cars, progressive...
Stavanger, Europe’s leading energy region, is going through exciting developments in business and tourism. The Stavanger region is Norway’s third largest urban area, with...
Gateways to the fjords and a global maritime centre. Boasting a vibrant maritime and energy sector, the Bergen region is also the portal to world-famous natural tourist attractions. The...
Trondheim is a student city of historic significance with a gastronomic future. Proud host of the World Cheese Awards 2023, a European Region of Gastronomy in 2022, several Michelin Guide...