With the agreement, valued at up to NOK1.2bn (€105.2m), the companies will digitally transform and improve the operation of Norway’s airspace and Avinor’s entire network of 43 airports.
Netcompany, which was selected following a public tender, will lead the development, implementation, and operation of systems across the Avinor network. This covers everything from large operational processes related to passengers, baggage, aircraft, and airspace control, to the commercial activities essential to running an efficient and profitable airport.
Through its co-ownership of Smarter Airports, Netcompany already operates the digital infrastructure in Copenhagen with the AIRHART platform.
“With this strategic partnership with Avinor, we continue our commitment to digitise and establish modern, data and AI-driven airports – ultimately benefiting the climate, the environment, passengers, and airlines. Avinor is one of the world’s most diverse and interesting operators and together we have great ambitions to further modernise the entire aviation sector,” said André Rogaczewski, CEO of Netcompany.
Netcompany employees will be based at Avinor’s headquarters.