Also referred to as Bergen Flesland Airport is an International Airport situated in Flesland in the city of Bergen. Dating back to 1955, which marked the construction of this airport, contemporarily, it is the second busiest airport in the country after Oslo International Airport. Hosting approximately 6,306,623 passengers in 2018. The state owned-Avinor operates Flesland, until 1999 Norwegian Air Force’s Flesland Air station was co-located at this airport. Some of the most significant airlines operating in the city are Scandinavian Airlines, Widerøe and Norwegian Air Shuttle.
There are a total of three terminals on this airport; those are T1, T2 and T3 respectively. Currently, the oldest terminal or T1 is now used as a helicopter terminal. The latest terminal or T3 constructed in the year 2017 and the other terminal, T2 the gates of which are C, D, E and F are interconnected at the Airport. The two levels of people are the first level also known as the arrival level where domestic and international flights arrive and the baggage claim area, you can also take numerous transportations from level one. The second level is known only for departures.
The lounge is known as SAS Café Lounge which will help you with free WiFi, and snacks. Other services at the airport include ATM machines for cash withdrawal, Baby care facility to nurture your little ones, shops and restaurants to satisfy your taste buds with the best regional food and grab souvenirs for your loved ones. The duty free shop will bless you with the liberty of picking up whatever you want to without worrying about the additional cost. The free WiFi facility is provided to entertain you in case of any delay in your flight.