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December 1st 2021

The Norwegian airport express train, Flytoget, has launched its contactless FLYTAG concept based on the Tagomat® technology from BBC. The design is custom made to fit the interior of the airport express trains, says Thomas Ågren CFO in BBC.

The installation phase is now completed, and FLYTAG is available for tag-printing on all airport express trains.  This is an important milestone in our effort to deliver the future travelling experience today, says Rune Thunem CEO in BBC.

The airport express train is a high-speed airport rail connecting Oslo Airport Gardermoen to Oslo Central Station and Drammen southwest of Oslo. The train departs every 10 minutes from Oslo S, every 20 minutes from Drammen and is operated by the company Flytoget AS.  In 2019, Flytoget transported 6.8 million passengers.

Flytoget is one of the strongest brand names in Norway and has top 3 rankings on NCSB (Norwegian Consumer Satisfaction Barometer) 12 times since 2006, being number one 5 times.

Contact BBC (Jon Erik Skau  or Rune Thunem ) and we will be pleased to discuss your requirements and demonstrate our solutions.

Contact person Flytoget AS, Ida Marie Fottland Head of Communication.

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