Drop in traffic
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Air transportQ2 2015

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Drop in traffic

A total of 4.2 million passengers were on board upon departure of domestic flights in the second quarter of 2015. This is a decrease of 2 per cent.

Norwegian airports, main figures1
2nd quarter 2015Per cent change since
2nd quarter 20142nd quarter 20122nd quarter 2010
1Includes all commercial flights.
2Only data from departure is included.
Domestic and international flights
Total passengers on board at departure and arrival14 461 772-2.08.733.8
Domestic flights2
Passengers on board at departure4 244 644-2.44.527.2
Seats7 025 5551.15.020.2
Aircraft movements72 998-2.11.412.7
International flights
Total passengers on board at departure and arrival5 972 197-1.415.344.6
Seats8 619 8130.79.030.3
Aircraft movements54 844-6.32.718.9

Domestic traffic is down by 103 000 year-on-year in the second quarter of 2015. International flights had a total of 5.9 passengers on board upon departure and arrival, which is 1 per cent less than in the second quarter of 2014.

Less domestic traffic

A fall in domestic traffic was seen in Bergen Flesland, Stavanger Sola and Sandefjord Torp, with a drop in passengers arriving and departing on domestic flights of 68 000, 47 000 and 35 000 respectively, compared to the second quarter of 2014.

Increase in Oslo Gardermoen

Moss Rygge saw a drop in passengers arriving and departing on international flights of 70 000, while Sandefjord Torp and Stavanger Sola dropped by 23 000 and 17 000 passengers quarter to quarter. Oslo Airport Gardermoen had an increase of 58 000 passengers on international flights.