Passenger growth at Oslo Airport at 6.5%

Domestic traffic in Oslo grows faster than international

Oslo Airport reports further growth of 4.3% in May, year-on-year, as 1,962,910 passengers travelled through the airport during the month. So far this year passenger growth stands at 6.5%.
International traffic grew by 3.5% during May and domestic traffic by 5.1%. The number of aircraft movements during the month was 20,533, or 1.4% more than in May 2011. The highest growth among the airport’s ten main routes was Oslo-Stavanger, with +10.9%. The airport attributed a slight drop in passenger numbers on routes to Tromsø and Bodø to several days’ more holiday in May 2012 than last year.
[Photo: Trond Isaksen / Oslo Lufthavn AS]


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