Milan Bergamo Airport has launched a twice-weekly service from the Lombardy region to Bergen following the arrival of new airline partner Norwegian to the airport, to be later joined by a twice-weekly link to Oslo Gardermoen in June. The new routes will offer passengers further connectivity via Norwegian’s network within Norway – including Trondehim, Tromsø, and Stavanger.

The routes will be operated on Norwegian’s fleet of 186-seat B737-800s and will see Milan Bergamo offer 1,500 weekly one-way seats to Norway each week, providing the airline with an immediate 49% share of weekly seats across routes to Norway.

“Norwegian’s links to Bergen and Oslo are fantastic additions to our route map – white spots we have worked hard to fill – so we’re thrilled to welcome our new partner,” said Giacomo Cattaneo, Director of Commercial Aviation, SACBO. “The new services are just as great for the many Italians in our catchment travelling to Norway to experience the country’s stunning fjords and Northern Lights, as well as those from Norway wanting to visit our renowned lakes, mountains and cities.”

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