Bergen Flesland ( BGO ) Airport Terminal Map

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MAIN TERMINAL / CONCOURSES AT Bergen Flesland BGO

Note: As the domestic terminal under construction is referred to as 'Terminal 3'(T3), the current passenger terminal is now T1, and the Helicopter Terminal T2.

Terminal 1 at Bergen Airport
has 11 gates with jetbridges, numbered 21-29, 31, & 32. The way the terminal is built, opening and closing doors can convert gates between domestic and international traffic. The gates are generally divided into a domestic and international area, but offer flexibility.
Gate 21 is at the southeast end of the terminal & used for international flights only, the remaining gates are then numbered clockwise around the terminal, finishing with gate 32 at the northeast end.
   Gate 22 is used for international and Schengen flights,
   Gates 23-27 are used for both international and domestic flights (Gate 24 serves the large class E aircraft),
   Gates 28-32 are used solely for domestic flights.  Gate 30 is used for apron buses.
Services & amenities in T1: The Service Center (tel. 47 67 03 1555; fax 1558) is open Mo-Fr 7:45am-9:45pm; Sat. 9:45amm-5:45pm & Sun 1:15pm-9:45pm.  A bank branch with currency exchange is at the Arrivals Hall, level 1; ATM cash machines are in Arrivals & Departures areas;
Lockers are on the ground level, near the stairs; the IP Zone offers free internet access. A conference center ison level 2, near 'Hansatorget'.
Food and Drink is available at restaurants, cafes, & pubs at pre- and post-security.
For shopping there is a gift shop, a 7-11 convenience store and a ‘Narvesen’ kiosk. The duty-free shop offers a large selection of products.

NOTE: T1 is currently being extended, while  a new Domestic T3 is to be completed by 2017- whereupon T1will handle mostly  international flights. (Both T1 & T3 may  thereafter may be integrated into one terminal).  Note that by the end of June 2016, work was already completed by 88 percent.