About Avinor

Avinor is responsible for planning, developing and operating the Norwegian airport network.

Avinor operates 46 airports in Norway, thereof 12 in cooperation with the armed forces. Operations also include air traffic control towers, control centres and technical infrastructure for aircraft navigation.

Safety has the highest priority, and Avinor is responsible for maintaining the correct security level at all airports. We continuously work towards limiting environmentally harmful emissions to air and ground and towards reducing aircraft noise. The company is self-financing.

Avinor was established as a limited company, wholly owned by the state, on 1 January 2003. The ownership is administered by the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The company was formerly the administrative company Luftfartsverket.

Oslo Lufthavn AS is a wholly-owned subsidiary and has its own managing director.

Avinor is a member of the Borealis Alliance.

Air Navigation Services (ANS)

Large airports

National, regional and local airports 

Subsidiary

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