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Widerøe celebrates first flight from Hamburg to Bergen

Scandinavia, nature lovers and cruise passengers to benefit from new flights to north

Norway’s Widerøe airline celebrates its first, direct flight from Hamburg to the port of Bergen on Tuesday (August 14, 2018). The route to Bergen will be operated three times a week all year round on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Modern Embraer E-190-E2 with 114 seats are being flown on the route.

Bergen – historic harbour town

“Bergen is an attractive destination for all Scandinavian travellers,” said Dr. Jörgen Kearsley, Head of Aviation Marketing at Hamburg Airport. “Whether for a city trip, as a stop for round travellers or as a starting point for a cruise – Bergen scores with its many facets. We are therefore delighted with Widerøe’s commitment and welcome the airline to Hamburg.”

Norway’s second largest city is a popular tourist destination and bustling port city. It is also hailed as a “modern big city with small-town charm” and scores with a mix of modernity and lively history. Cruise passengers can set out on cruises through Norway’s fjords from Bergen and to other destinations in the country and across northern and Eastern Europe.
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Sources and further information:
www.hamburg-airport.de

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