Norwegian Airlines, the carrier connecting the United States with cities across Scandinavia, the UK and soon to be Caribbean, offers the only non-stop flight from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport to Bergen, Norway. The seasonal service, which runs from early spring through early fall, is New York’s first commercial non-stop flight to the beautiful Norwegian town – known as the gateway to the fjords. During the off season, you can connect through Oslo.
Norwegian consistently offers inexpensive transatlantic flights from New York, Los Angeles, Oakland, Las Vegas, Orlando, Boston and Ft. Lauderdale to destinations across Europe. With their new Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets, passengers can expect the perfect flight to Bergen. Fares can be purchased for just under $400 and leave all the deciding up to the customer. If you want a very inexpensive flight, you can purchase the fare alone and make your way around the extras like checked baggage, meals, snacks and WiFi. If you want those features, they are available for the taking.
The flying time from New York to Bergen is roughly 7 hours – the quickest route option from the United States’ Eastern Seaboard. Flights depart JFK Airport around 9:30 pm and arrive Bergen around 10:30 am, leaving you with the entire day to relax and adjust to your new time zone in one of the cozy coffee shops along the cobblestone streets. From Bergen, Norwegian offers non-stop flights to Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen and other seasonal destinations across Norway and Europe – making additional time in other parts of Scandinavia and Europe easy and affordable.
Your trip to Bergen and beyond just got a little easier with Norwegian Airlines.