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Covid-19 testing centre established in baggage hall at Avinor Oslo Airport

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Working in partnership with the municipality of Ullensaker, a testing centre was established adjacent to belt 1 in the baggage hall at Oslo Airport...

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New Executive Vice President for Commercial Areas at AVINOR

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Joachim Lupnaav Johnsen has been appointed new Executive Vice President of Commercial Affairs at Avinor.

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Invitation: Introduction of electric shuttle buses at Oslo Airport

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On 18 August, Oslo Airport will be the very first airport in the Nordic region to use electric buses to carry passengers between the streets and...

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Increase in air traffic in July

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1.8 million passengers traveled from or to Avinor airports during the month of July. This is a marked increase of 71 per cent since June, but it is...

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Air Serbia back in Oslo

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On 16th July, Oslo Airport received Air Serbia with a new route between Oslo and Belgrade, and it was a pleasant reunion. Air Serbia also flew to...

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Emirates resumes A380 flying, adds more routes

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Emirates Airline has returned its Airbus A380 aircraft to the skies after a near four-month hiatus and is resuming flying to more destinations.

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Icelandair and airBaltic to codeshare

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The flag-carriers of Iceland and Latvia have signed an agreement that opens new markets for both airlines.

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Avinor receives NOK 15 million from Innovation Norway

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This week, Avinor's project, "Automated Baggage Handling", was at the top of Innovation Norway's competition for innovation partnerships. The...

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It is safe to fly from Norwegian airports this summer

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Avinor expects a summer with very few passengers compared to previous years. Those who are still going out and traveling can be absolutely sure...

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SAS and Norwegian reopen routes

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The two largest airlines operating in Norway, SAS and Norwegian, are now choosing to reopen some routes that have not been operational since the...

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