Airports in Bergen
Bergen Airport (BGO) is for some travellers the preferred entry-point into Norway, a land of outstanding natural beauty characterised by fjords, snow, glaciers and awe-inspiring landscapes. The airport, also referred to as the Flesland Air Station, is situated about seven and a half miles (12km) from Bergen on the coast of Norway. Bergen Airport is the second-biggest airport in Norway, after Oslo International (which is much busier). Bergen Air Transport, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Wideroe all use Bergen Airport as a hub, providing good links to other European destinations. The city of Bergen itself is a picturesque place filled with quaint wooden houses and a beautiful harbour - you can, in fact, take a boat directly from the airport into the city. This is a highly recommended activity, and the perfect introduction to the significant beauty of the city and its natural surrounds.
The airport is situated 12 miles (19km) southwest of Bergen.
Getting to the city
An airport bus services the city centre. There are also boats to a number of locations from Flesland Quay, which is connected to the airport by a shuttle bus.
Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October).
Tel: +47 67 03 15 55
Bergen Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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