The city of Bergen is famous for its fish marked while the airport itself is known for turbulent approaches when coming over the mountains to the east of the airport. The airport has many nicely created freeware and payware scenery.
Charts & Flight procedures
Click here to download aeronautical charts for Bergen.
The airport has one runway (17/35) and the runway selection is based on METAR and TAF. Click here for the latest METAR for Bergen Flesland
The standard arrival routes at ENBR are RNAV1 based on GNSS and Point Merge. Your FMC should be able to follow STAR's at ENBR correctly. Please study the approach charts carefully as there are notes regarding descent planning and direct routings on the approach. When approaching the IAF/Merging Point and the ATC gives you a clearence for approach you shall follow the procedure, adhering to published descent and speed constraints. As default, expect a direct routing to the Merging Point at any time while on the STAR.
After landing you will be instructed to contact Ground, when applicable.
Initial climb on SID's from all runways is 4000ft.
The below table can be used as a general guideline choosing parking positions at the airport.
|Gate||Usage||Example airlines and types
|25-32||Domestic||SAS, WIF, NAX|
|21-26||International||KLM, BAW, VKG|
|41-48||General aviation jets and overnight parking||WIF|
|GA Apron||General aviation single engine prop||Aviation apron is north of the de-ice area|