Handling over 5 million passengers each year, Bergen International Airport is served by several major European airlines. Norway’s second busiest airport is a focus city for Scandinavian Airlines. This company is the national flag carrier for Norway. However, Scandinavian Airlines also has the unique status of serving as the national airline for Denmark and Sweden.
All year long, Scandinavian Airlines connects the city of Bergen with other major cities in the Scandinavian region. Denmark’s capital city of Copenhagen and Sweden’s capital of Stockholm are on the list of Scandinavian Airlines service. Of course, the Norwegian flag carrier also links Bergen with the country’s capital city of Oslo. Alesund, Stavanger, and Trondheim are the other domestic destinations offered by Scandinavian Airlines.
During the summer, Scandinavia’s largest airline company takes Bergen’s passengers to Spanish resorts in Barcelona, Canary Islands, Palma de Mallorca, and Malaga. The French city of Nice and Croatian city of Split are also part of the summer seasonal schedule operated by Scandinavian Airlines. Offering flights to Tokyo Narita International Airport, this major airline is the only company at Bergen International Airport to offer direct flights to destinations outside of Europe.
Norwegian Air Shuttle also calls Bergen International Airport a major focus city. This airline is essentially the largest domestic carrier based in Norway. Norwegian Air Shuttle connects Bergen with important European cities such as Berlin, Istanbul, Krakow, Paris, Prague, Rome, Salzburg, and Warsaw. Additionally, this busy Scandinavian carrier offers flights to capital cities in the United Kingdom. Norwegian Air Shuttle takes passengers to London Gatwick Airport in England and Edinburgh Airport in Scotland. Scandinavian capital cities of Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm are also on the schedule of Norwegian Air Shuttle flights departing from Bergen International Airport.
Bergen’s tourists can also use Norwegian Air Shuttle to get to popular European resorts such as Antalya, Barcelona, Crete, Canary Islands, Dubrovnik, Malaga, and Murcia. All of these vacation hot spots can be reached any time of the year via Norwegian Air Shuttle flights.
Wideroe is the third busiest airline at Bergen International Airport. This regional Norwegian carrier offers flights to more than ten domestic destinations. Modest sized cities such as Kristiansand, Stavanger, and Tromso are on the list of Wideroe flights. This Norwegian airline also offers direct trips to a regional airport in Oslo.
Air Berlin, British Airways, Finnair, and Lufthansa are some of the other major airlines serving Bergen International Airport. All airlines use the single main terminal building at the airport.