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)
The Air Navigation Services Division is organised into two business areas.
Business Area Air Traffic Management is responsible for providing air traffic services within Norwegian airspace, including designated parts of the North Atlantic airspace. In addition, air traffic services are provided at 21 controlled aerodromes, including Oslo Airport, the main airport in Norway.
The Business Area is divided into 5 Business Units, which also includes the AIM/AIS services and the meteorological services. Air traffic services are provided to both civilian and military operators.
Business Area ATM/CNS Systems is responsible for installation and management of ATM/CNS equipment to the Business Area Air Traffic Management and to 52 aerodromes in Norway.
The Business Area ATM/CNS Systems is divided into tree Business Units, which are ATM/CNS Operations, ATM/CNS System Projects, and ATM/CNS Systems Development & Support.
|Anders Kirsebom, director large airports
Mobile phone no.: +47 913 94 385
National, regional and local airports
|Margrethe Snekkerbakken, director national, regional and local airports
Mobile phone no.: +47 901 19 245
|Hanne Beate Laugerud, manager regional airports
Mobile phone no.: +47 930 87 813
Per Lillemark, district manager
Barry Larsen, district manager
Helgeland and Namdalen
Asbjørn Grebstad, district manager
Anette Elstad, district manager
Oslo Lufthavn AS (OSL)
OSL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Avinor. OSL’s task is to operate the main airport at Gardermoen. OSL has been named Europe’s most punctual airport three times. The company has approx. 600 employees. Managing director is Nic. Nilsen.
Avinors Parkeringsanlegg AS
Avinors Parkeringsanlegg’s task is to facilitate, finance and own parking facilities adjacent to and connected to Avinor’s airports.
The company currently owns the parking facility at Stavanger Airport Sola, Bergen Airport Flesland and Trondheim Airport Værnes. The company is building a new parking surface at Tromsø Airport Langnes. The company has no employees, and Avinor handles the company’s day-to-day management.
Flesland Eiendom AS
Flesland Eiendom AS is the owner of the airport hotel Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport. The hotel is operated by Choice.
Værnes Eiendom AS
Værnes Eiendom AS has been established in connection with the construction of a hotel at Værnes.
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Last updated January 30, 2013