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Avinor Oslo Airport named Airport of the Year

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Oslo Airport was presented with the Airport of the Year Award at CAPA’s Aviation Awards for Excellence in Berlin yesterday.

Oslo Airport was awarded the prize as best Airport in Europe for 2018 (Photo: Espen Solli/Avinor)
Oslo Airport was awarded the prize as best Airport in Europe for 2018 (Photo: Espen Solli/Avinor)

CAPAs Aviation Awards for Excellence is presented to airlines and airports that not only demonstrate success and good operations, but which have also proven to be industry leaders in terms of adapting to new and future-oriented solutions for the environment and sustainability.

Oslo Airport was named Airport of the Year in the category for airports with more than ten million annual passengers. The award is presented to the airport that has established itself as a strategic leader, and which has done most to promote and develop innovative solutions in the aviation industry.

Oslo Airport was presented with the award for the opening of the new terminal in 2017, in addition to innovative work on the environment and sustainability.

“This is a welcome recognition of us and everyone who works at the airport. Every day we work to be perceived as a first class European airport, and this proves that we really are,” says Øyvind Hasaas, Managing Director of Oslo Airport. 

Recognition for focus on electric aircraft

In the jury’s justification, CAPA emphasises the planning and commissioning of the new terminal, work on developing routes, new extensions and environmental work, including electric aircraft.

“Oslo airport has been an example to the European aviation industry for a number of years. The opening of the new terminal, in addition to their innovative environmental work, contributes to strengthen Norway’s main airport as a strategic leader in both Europe and the world at large,” says Mr. Peter Harbison, Executive Chairman i CAPA.

Deluge of prizes for Oslo Airport

The award is one of many Oslo Airport has won in the past year for the new terminal:

  • Prosjekt Norge’s “Project of the Year” prize was awarded to Avinor Oslo Airport for the T2 project.
  • Norsk Bergindustri’s natural stone prize was awarded to Avinor Oslo Airport for the floor of the new terminal.
  • The prize for best airport terminal design was awarded to the new Avinor Oslo Airport in conjunction with the Future Travel Experience Global Congress in the US.
  • It was named Best International Project by the UK’s leading professional magazine for the construction industry at the annual Building Awards in London
  • The DOGA label for design and architecture was awarded to Avinor Oslo Airport for the “learning journey” training programme, which was conducted at Oslo airport for 22,000 employees in 2016/2017.
  • The HSMAI prize Internal Event of the Year was awarded to Avinor Oslo Airport for the T2 experience event.
  • Avinor Oslo Airport won bronze at the Best Event Awards 2017 in the Education category for the T2 experience event.
  • Avinor Oslo Airport was nominated in the international Les Trophées de l’Evénement awards in the “Exceptional Event” category for the T2 experience event and the T2 service test.
  • Avinor Oslo Airport was nominated in the international SABRE Awards in the “Employee Communications” category for the communication and training concept related to the commissioning of T2.
  • At the Norwegian travel industry’s Grand Travel Awards in January this year, Avinor Oslo Airport was awarded the prestigious “Newcomer of the Year” prize.
  • In the prestigious international architectural competition, the WAN Awards, held in London in March, Avinor Oslo Airport won the “Sustainable Construction of the Year” prize.
  • In October the team behind the T2 expansion won the buildingSMART International Awards 2018

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Oslo Airport was awarded the prize as best Airport in Europe for 2018 (Photo: Espen Solli/Avinor)
Oslo Airport was awarded the prize as best Airport in Europe for 2018 (Photo: Espen Solli/Avinor)
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The air navigation services is organised as subsidiary wholly-owned by Avinor. Avinor's headquarter is in Oslo.

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