Records are being broken at Oslo Airport, where 2,235,097 passengers travelled to and from Norway's principle gateway in September, an increase of 4.4% compared with the same month in 2013, while international traffic the biggest driver shooting up 6%.
Lasse A. Vangstein, a spokesman at Oslo Airport, explains the airport is happy with the numbers, and adds: "It is of course gratifying for us that we continue to see an increase in the number of passengers."
A record was also set at Oslo Airport on Friday, September 26, as never before have so many passengers travelled from the airport on a single day, when 52,657 passengers flew from the gateway.
Avinor says there has also been a "large increase" at Alta Airport where traffic growth for the month saw a significant 8% surge.
Airport manager, Charles Kristiansen, says: "The main reason is that Norwegian has increased the capacity of its Oslo route by about 25%, while we are also seeing increased activity related to petroleum activities in the Barents Sea."