Flåmsbana sets another record

View from the Flåmsbana

View from the Flåmsbana

The Flåmsbana beats all the records

“We ended up with 615,000 passengers this year, says operations manager Sivert Bakk in Flåm Development to Travel News.
The Flåm Railway has beaten all records each month since April.
The last time the popular railway set a record was in 2007, with 582,000 passengers.
The operations manager says that only 55 percent of the train’s capacity is utilized, so there’s room for even more passengers.
Cruise tourists make up about 25-30 percent of passengers on the Flåm Railway.

“We ended up with 615,000 passengers this year,” says operations manager Sivert Bakk in Flåm Development to Travel News.

The Flåm Railway has beaten all records each month since April. Called one of the most beautiful railways in the world, the Flåm Line runs between Myrdal and Flåm in Aurland, Norway. It is one of Norway’s most visited tourist sites.

The last time the popular railway set a record was in 2007, with 582,000 passengers.

The operations manager says that only 55 percent of the train’s capacity is utilized, so there’s room for even more passengers.

Cruise tourists make up about 25-30 percent of passengers on the Flåm Railway.

Source: Hallingdolen.no

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