|Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2020)|
Take the Airport Bus from Bergen Airport Flesland to Bergen city center. Buy your ticket in advance here. Valid on all departures on selected date.
BEWARE!!! Due to the ongoing situation with the corona virus Bergen Airport Bus will stop all departures from March 16. DO NOT book tickets until confirmed that they will regain normal routes.
At the airport the Bergen Airport Bus is waiting for you outside the arrival area. The airport is located about 15 kilometers south of Bergen and the journey takes about 30 minutes.
Travelling with children:
Unlimited amount of children travels free per paying adult! If you travel with school classes or other groups, please buy tickets on board the bus.
Save money by buying tickets in advance:
You save NOK 30 per adult for both single ticket and return ticket by ordering tickets in advance.
When you arrive at Bergen Airport Flesland there is always a bus waiting for you just outside the arrival hall both weekdays, weekends and holidays. This is for scheduled flights only. (Not charter flights).
The airport express bus stops at the following places, arrival and departure three times per hour on week days:
-Bryggen/Dreggsallmenningen, close by Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
-Torget (the fishmarket)
-Festplassen platform J, close to the KODE Museum (Christies Gate)
-Bergen bus station - platform N to the airport and platform I from the airport
From Flesland to the city center
Departures every 20 minutes between 07:05 and 20:45. Then 21:10, 21:25, 21:45, 22:05, 22:25, 22:45, 23:05, 23:25, 23:45, 00:10 and 01:10.
Departures every 20 minutes from 08:45 to 19:45. Then 20:35, 21:35, 22:10, 23:30, 00:05, 00:25 and 01:10.
Departures every 20 minutes from 11:05 to 21:45. Also departures at 00:10, 01:10, 09:05, 09:35, 10:05, 10:35, 22:10, 22:25, 23:10 and 23:30.
From the city center (Dreggsallmenningen) to Flesland
Three departures per hour; 05:55, 06:10, 06:35 and so on, until 20:35. Also departures at 20:55, 21:10, 21:35, 06:25, 04:00, 04:45 and 05:15.
Three departures per hour; 07:35, 07:55, 08:10 and so on, until 20:35. Also departures at 21:20, 22:25, 03:25, 04:45, 06:30, 06:00, 06:30 and 07:00.
2-3 departures per hour. Please check Flybussen.no for details.
For more departure times:
Online planning tool is available on Flybussen.no. Please note that if you are travelling from Bryggen the stop is called Dreggsallmenningen.
Arriving around midnight?
If you arrive around midnight and unsure which date to select when booking your ticket online, choose the date you think you are most likely to travel. If it should happen to be wrong, the drives are very lenient around midnight and will let you travel with your ticket.
Tickets on board:
It is possible to buy a ticket on board the bus for an extra fee of NOK 30. The charge is fixed regardless of travel distance, ticket category or if it's a single or return ticket.
Save money and buy the ticket online. The ticket is valid on all departures on the selected date!
Unlimited amount of children travel free with full paying adult. Not applicable for school classes etc.
For student or senior discount: Select the number of adults and proceed in the order, then add the discount for students / seniors, then proceed to payment.
For return tickets: Please write the date of the return in the comments field. If the date is not written, the return ticket will not be accepted when boarding.
If you have the Bergen Card you get 20% discount. Add the discount when you have selected the date, distance and number of people. One valid Bergen Card per person must be shown when boarding. If you have booked a return ticket and the Bergen Card has expired on the return trip, the ticket is still valid, but the Bergen card must still be shown on boarding.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult (16+)||NOK115.00 single|
|Adult (16+)||NOK195.00 return|
|Senior (67+) / Student||NOK130.00 return|
|Senior over 67 / Student||NOK75.00 single|
Children = under 16 years.
Infants = 4 years
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