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About Bergen Airport (BGO)

Norway’s second busiest airport, Bergen Airport serves Hordaland county and the city of Bergen in the south west of the country. Our Bergen Airport guide is a useful resource for travellers, with information regarding terminal facilities, public transport access and nearby accommodation options.


There is an information centre (tel: +47 6703 1555) in the arrival hall that assists passengers and runs the lost and found service.


Driving directions:

From Bergen, follow signs to Flesland, then take the E39 southbound from the city centre and merge onto the R580; this road leads directly to the airport complex. The total drive time from Bergen to the airport is approximately 25 minutes.

Airport Info

Flyplassvegen 555
N-5869 Bergen

Bergen Airport is situated in Flesland, 16km (10 miles) south of Bergen city centre.

No. of terminals:

+47 6703 1100

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Bus: Flybussen’s ( Airport Express bus offers services to Bergen with a drive time of 20 minutes. The one-way fare to the Bergen Bus Station is NOK105. Local buses operated by Skyss (tel: +47 5555 9070; connect Bergen Airport with Loddefjord and Storavatnet via bus 23.

Taxi: Taxis are available outside the terminal building. Companies serving Bergen Airport include Bergen Taxi (tel: +47 5599 7000;, Norgestaxi (tel: +47 8000; and Taxi 1 (tel: +47 5570 0000; The journey time to Bergen city centre is roughly 18 minutes.

Public transport rail:

The Bergen Light Rail ( links Bergen Airport and the city of Bergen with a stop stationed just outside the terminal. Purchase tickets on the Light Rail app, at the airport station, or at the ticket machine in the baggage claim area.

Terminal facilities


ATMs are available throughout the terminal along with a coin roll dispenser. Two tax refund offices are also situated in the terminal building.


There are several cafés, bars and snack shops throughout both terminals, including a pub, a juice bar and a fish restaurant.


Shops at Bergen Airport include a duty-free outlet and retailers selling newspapers and clothes.


There are no luggage storage options at the Bergen Airport. For lost and found baggage inquiries, head to the service centre in the arrival hall (tel: +47 6703 1555).


Car key storage is available through Europark, which is located in the terminal.

Airport facilities

Conference and business:

There are no lounges at the aurport. However, conference and meeting facilities are available at the on-site Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport (tel: +47 5610 0000;, with 16 meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 1,200 people in total.

Communication Facilities:

Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout Bergen Airport. Static internet terminals are also located in the terminal building.

Disabled facilities:

There are parking spaces reserved for disabled travellers in the parking area near the terminal. Toilets and lifts can accommodate wheelchairs. Any passengers who may require additional assistance are advised to contact their airline in advance of travel.

Car parking:

There are a number of short and long-term parking options at Bergen Airport. Parking for bikes and motorcycles is also available, and spaces for all vehicles should be booked at least five hours in advance.

Car rental:

Car hire companies located at Bergen Airport include: Avis, Budget, Europcar and Hertz. Desks are located in the terminal.

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