Bergen Flesland Airport
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- 2900m x 39m
2990m x 45m
- Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
- Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
- Aegean Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Bergen Airport, Flesland is an international airport serving the city of Bergen, Norway. Bergen is the second-largest airport in Norway, and its most important service are links to Oslo, which is among Europe's busiest routes. Norwegian Air Shuttle, SAS and Wideroe are major operators at Bergen Airport.
Location of Bergen Flesland Airport, Norway
Ground Handlers and Cargo Handlers servicing Bergen Flesland Airport
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Flybe has propelled itself into a whole new ballgame, following a "substantial" agreement with Embraer to purchase up to 140 88-seat E175 and E-family aircraft, with the first delivery (of the firm orders) scheduled for Sep-2011 through Mar-2017. The order comprises 35 (firm) E175 aircraft valued at USD1.3 billion, 65 options (USD2.3 billion) and 40 purchase rights (USD1.4 billion – making USD5 billion in total). The carrier says this "provides a platform for Flybe’s expansion into Continental Europe.” Having once been given little chance of success as a too-vaguely defined ‘hybrid’ airline, Flybe now claims to be Europe’s largest regional airline and the UK’s largest domestic airline with over 25% market share. It is now set to export a proven business model into continental western Europe. The big question is: as it pokes its nose above the radar, can Flybe sustain the inevitable added competition?
The LCC lost money in the quarter, which Mr Kjos attributed mainly to the impact of closure of European skies
The LCC Iceland Express launched four times weekly Keflavík-New York Newark service on 01-Jun-2010, with the carrier reporting that bookings on the route have been "very good". Owned by the Icelandic investment company Fengur, a sister company of Fons Eignarhaldsfelag, which took over the original owner, Northern Travel Holding, Iceland Express appears to have escaped the meltdown of the Icelandic financial services sector.
A report "Capacity and Frequency Analysis for Intra-European Operations" by UK-based RDC Aviation makes some interesting points about capacity distribution in Europe. The top ten airlines in terms of seat capacity in Apr-2010 were headed by Ryanair with 7.3 million, a 13.3% increase, followed by Lufthansa (5.7 million +2.8%) and Air France (3.8 million -8.4%).