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15.1 million passengers
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2015-11-20T10:00:00.000Z
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There were 15.1 million passengers on board flights in the third quarter of 2015. This is about the same as in the third quarter of 2014.

Air transportQ3 2015

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15.1 million passengers

There were 15.1 million passengers on board flights in the third quarter of 2015. This is about the same as in the third quarter of 2014.

Norwegian airports, main figures1
3rd quarter 2015Per cent change since
3rd quarter 20143rd quarter 20123rd quarter 2010
1Includes all commercial flights.
2Only data from departure is included.
Domestic and international flights
Total passengers on board at departure and arrival15 143 1710.07.220.8
Domestic flights2
Passengers on board at departure4 023 676-0.61.710.5
Seats6 601 953-0.65.710.3
Aircraft movements71 403-1.41.55.0
International flights
Total passengers on board at departure and arrival7 093 0130.814.134.9
Seats9 248 363-2.56.922.8
Aircraft movements58 150-6.21.812.0

Traffic is reduced by 50 000 to 8 million or 1 per cent year-on-year in the third quarter of 2015. International flights had 7.1 million passengers on board at departure and arrival, which is 1 per cent more than in last year’s third quarter.

More domestic traffic at Oslo Gardermoen

Domestic traffic had an increase of 2 per cent or 2.8 million passengers at Oslo Gardermoen.

The reduced domestic traffic was evident in Bergen Flesland, Moss Rygge, Stavanger Sola and Sandefjord Torp, with a drop in passengers arriving and departing on domestic flights of 67 000, 43 000, 20 000 and 8 000 respectively compared to the third quarter of 2014.

Less international traffic at Moss Rygge and Sandefjord Torp

Moss Rygge saw a drop of 65 000 passengers who arrived and departed on international flights, while Sandefjord Torp dropped by 34 000. Oslo Airport Gardermoen and Bergen Flesland had an increase of 4 per cent in passengers on international flights.1

1 The section was corrected 20 November 2015 at 11.00 am.