Widerøe adds second UK link and first German sector from Bergen

Widerøe Bergen to Liverpool

Widerøe Liverpool

A cake was made to celebrate the launch of Widerøe’s inaugural service from Bergen to Liverpool. Posing with the route launch showstopper at the UK airport are: Declan Maguire, Aviation Development Manager, Liverpool Airport; John Arntsen, CFO, Widerøe; and Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development and Marketing, Liverpool Airport.

Wideroe Munich

Bergen Airport celebrated the launch of flights to Munich with Widerøe by commission this cake, decorated in the delights and sites of the Bavarian city. The carrier will offer three weekly flights on the European sector.

Widerøe Munich Airport

Pictured in Munich at the launch ceremony of the carrier’s first flight from Bergen are: Lina Lindegaard Carlsen, Public Relations Manager, Widerøe; Martin Laubenthal, Director Traffic Development, Munich Airport; and Kristin Gaustad, Sales and Marketing Manager, Widerøe. The route will be operated by the carrier’s E190-E2s.

  • Widerøe, one of Scandinavia’s largest regional airlines, launched new routes to the UK and Germany from Bergen (BGO) this week. On 10 August the carrier launched a twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) service to Liverpool (LPL), complementing the carrier’s existing service to Aberdeen in the UK, while on 13 August it began a three times weekly link to Munich (MUC). Both routes will be flown on the airline’s recently acquired E190-E2s, of which it currently has two, with no other operators presently offering scheduled flights from Bergen to Liverpool or Munich. With these launches, the carrier now offers five international routes from Bergen, with Liverpool and Munich joining Gothenburg, Billund (launched in June) and Aberdeen on the carrier’s route map from the Norwegian city when referencing OAG Schedules Analyser data. The next route inauguration for the airline from Bergen is Hamburg, a sector that will begin on 14 August and will also be flown on the airline’s E190-E2s. Like Munich, Hamburg will also see a three times weekly rotation. Take a close look at anna.aero’s live report of Widerøe’s inaugural service to Liverpool from Bergen.


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