Bergen Airport is the perfect entry point into Norway, “the Land of the Midnight Sun,” with its fjords, snow, glaciers and awe-inspiring landscapes. The airport, also known as Flesland Air Station, is situated 20km (12 miles) south-west of Bergen city centre.
The airport only has one terminal for both domestic and international arrivals and departures. Passengers taking flights from the airport have a tempting walk through the duty-free shop to get to the aircraft gates. Other shops, restaurants and coffee/hot chocolate shops are scattered throughout the terminal.
Bergen Airport is the second-biggest airport in Norway, after Oslo International. SAS Norway, Bergen Air Transport and Wideroe all use Bergen Airport as a hub. A good number of other airlines offer flights to Bergen Airport from across Norway and Europe.
Bergen Airport is the best entry point for passengers seeking out the beauty and adventure of Norway’s fjords. The city of Bergen itself is picturesque with colourful wooden houses and a beautiful harbour – it’s the perfect city to visit for holiday snaps to make all your friends green with envy.