Oslo Airport (OSL) owns and operates Norway's main airport, Oslo Airport, at Gardermoen. OSL provides infrastructure, buildings and service facilities to the companies that do business at the airport.
Operational responsibility includes everything from snow removal and maintenance of runways, maintenance of technical facilities (baggage handling, lighting and navigation systems) to security checks of passengers, employees and facilities. The company has around 500 employees who together with approximately 13 000 other workers at the airport ensure safe and punctual traffic management passengers.
The strong passenger growth over the past few years has given rise to a number of capacity-increasing measures. On 19 January, the Board of Avinor decided to expand the terminal. You can read more about the project here. Feasibility studies of a possible third runway have also been carried out.
OSL has strict environmental standards and works earnestly to comply with these and improve its overall environmental performance, including by facilitating good public transport services to and from the airport. The airport has the highest public transport share in Europe - more than 60%.
The company's revenues consist of traffic revenues, which is payment for the airlines’ and passengers' use of the terminal, runways, tower services and security checks, etc. In addition, the company has income from commercial activities, i.e., parking, dining, shopping and other services. In 2011, the company posted a profit of NOK 787 million after tax.
OSL's subsidiary, Oslo Lufthavn Eiendom AS, develops and owns commercial buildings in the airport's access zone. The company owns the airport hotel, Hotell Park Inn, Flyporten and the parking garage for employees.
Last updated July 12, 2012