Norwegian opens new route between Bergen and Keflavik International
Norwegian Air Shuttle began operating its new route between Bergen and Iceland, Monday, March 31st. The carrier plans two flights per week, on Mondays and Fridays, except during July and the first half of August when flights will be on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Flights depart Bergen at 10:40 and arrive at Keflavik International at 11:00 local time. Keflavik International serves the capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik. Return flight leaves at 11:45 and arrives at Bergen at 16:05 local time.
The new route is Norwegian‘s second route to Iceland in addition to a year round operation three times per week from Oslo. The first Bergen flight was celebrated in a traditional way with light refreshments and congratulations and good wishes by airport staff and operator Isavia.
Captain and First Officer on the first Norwegian flight to Bergen celebrate with Isavia‘s Guðny Maria Johannsdottir Chief of Development and Bjorn Oli Hauksson Managing Director.
Guðny Maria Johannsdottir Chief of Development of the airport operator Isavia and Norwegian‘s first passenger to Bergen cut the cake to celebrate the new route.
Björn Óli Hauksson Managing Director of Isavia and Guðny Maria Johannsdottir Chief of Development with the crew of the first Norwegian flight to Bergen.
Passengers on the first flight of Norwegian to Bergen enjoy refreshments at Keflavik International.