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.
|3rd quarter 2015||Per cent change since|
|3rd quarter 2014||3rd quarter 2012||3rd quarter 2010|
|1Includes all commercial flights.|
|2Only data from departure is included.|
|Domestic and international flights|
|Total passengers on board at departure and arrival||15 143 171||0.0||7.2||20.8|
|Passengers on board at departure||4 023 676||-0.6||1.7||10.5|
|Seats||6 601 953||-0.6||5.7||10.3|
|Aircraft movements||71 403||-1.4||1.5||5.0|
|Total passengers on board at departure and arrival||7 093 013||0.8||14.1||34.9|
|Seats||9 248 363||-2.5||6.9||22.8|
|Aircraft movements||58 150||-6.2||1.8||12.0|
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.