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Avinor presentation CPWG/8 Atlanta 2-4 Dec 2009 Morten Tjonndal, Bodo ATCC. Avinor's operations. 46 airports: Regional (16) and OSL (blue) Local (29) (red) Air navigation services - control towers and control centres (yellow)

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avinor s operations
Avinor's operations
  • 46 airports:
    • Regional (16) and OSL (blue)
    • Local (29) (red)
  • Air navigation services - control towers and control centres (yellow)
  • Aircraft navigation installations (radar systems etc.)
key figures
Key figures

40 million passengers in 2008 – down 7-8% in 2009

Approx 800,000 aircraft movements in 2008 (an additional 80,000 at airports not owned by Avinor)

Approx. 3,000 employees

Limited company, wholly-owned by the government, from 1 January 2003.

Self-financing – no government grants

Income 2008: NOK 7.4 billion, whereof 4.3 billion in traffic income (taxes), 3.1 billion in commercial income

Four airports provide a profit (OSL, Stavanger, Bergen and Trondheim)

– subsidise the remainder

Air navigation services cost-based

Security cost-based

organizational structure
Organizational structure

General assembly

Ministry of Transport and Communications

Board of Avinor AS

Chairman: Inge K. Hansen


Sverre Quale

Corporate staff

OSL board

Oslo Lufthavn AS


Local airports


Air navigation services division

Major regional

airports division


Medium siced regional airports division


the significance of aviation in norway
The significance of aviation in Norway

The most important mode of transport for travel over 300 kilometres

Of vital importance to Norwegian trade and industry (13% of all domestic flights are related to the oil and gas sector + 500,000 helicopter flights per year)

30% of all tourists arrive in Norway by air (doubled from 2001) – growth will be through air traffic

Great significance for regional development

Fundamental significance for the health sector, particularly in northern Norway:

400,000 annual patient trips with scheduled flights + a number of assignments with helicopter and ambulance aircraft

20% of flights with Widerøe to/from Bodø and Tromsø are medical

Enable countrywide cultural and sporting activities (5% of all domestic flights)

Important to defence/armed forces

bodo atcc

Bodø ATCC area of reponsibility includes EUR and NAT airspace

EUR airspace in Norway FIR including all domestic airspace (Bodø AoR)

One of three ATCCs in Norway




Bodø OFIR is all NAT airspace – outside MNPS (transition)




Stavanger ATCC


bodo atcc9

Within Bodø AoR/OFIR 35 airports and 1 heliport with scheduled traffic

13 airports with Air Traffic Control Service

22 airports with Aerodrome Flight Information Service (AFIS)

Regular traffic to/from offshore oil rigs

Area of responsibility divided in 5 sectors


Includes service provision in one TMA



Includes service provision in one TMA









bodo atcc ops room
Bodo ATCC – OPS room

Working positions for 5 area sectors and 3 TMA sectors

Supervisor position

Administrative part

Flow Management Position (FMP)

Airspace management cell

Flight Data section with 2 working positions

HF radio with 2 working positions situated in office next to OPS room

bodo atcc staffing
Bodo ATCC – staffing

75 Air Traffic Controllers

30 Assistants

13 HF radio operators.

8 Administration

3- 6 controller students

bodo ofir surveillance and communications
BODO OFIR - Surveillance and communications

NATCON (Norwegian air traffic control system) – Radar and fligth data processing system.

BOSS (Bodo oceanic surveillance system (BOSS) - PC based flight progress tracking.


ADS position reports via ARINC

VHF communications

HF communications

longyear airport
Longyear airport

Constructed in 1975

Located at 78 14.8’ N and longitude 015 27.9’ E

Serves commercial aircraft operations.

The published dimensions of Runway 10/28 are 7,621 X 148 FT (2323 X 45m).

Increased tourism

BOEING visit with B777.