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  • ENBR - Bergen Flesland

  • Overview
    Bergen Airport Flesland is the 2nd biggest airport i Norway.

    Use of stands

    Stand availbility is available here: https://stands.vatsim-scandinavia.org/?icao=ENBR

    Domestic: 15-20, 29-32
    Schengen: 23-32
    Non-Schengen: 23-27

    Technical Apron: GA
    North Apron: Ambulance flights, Widerøe
    South Apron: Cargo, Prop, Other

    IFR clearance
    Initial contact is with Clearance Delivery, reporting callsign, stand number, and latest ATIS identification letter and QNH. If unable to follow SID, please advise on initial contact.

    Most of the terminal gates requires straight-back pushes, however a few have turn-pushes. The picture below displays all pushback. In most sceneries, pushback lines and release lines are displayed as it is in real world. Be aware that ATC can utilize other non-standard push.

    Taxi instructions at Gardermoen includes the full taxi route, however the runway intersection is not always included. If for example “holding point runway XX” is stated in your instruction, you may call ATC with “CALLSIGN, ready via ” as you approach this intersection, and it may be approved if traffic permits. Make sure to double-check if you are able to use the runway length from the intersection before requesting it.
    All aircrafts are expected to taxi to A1 or A9 (depending of runway in use)
    GAs is expected to taxi to holding point A4 when runway 17 is in use
    Helicopters is expected to taxi to holding point A5 (RWY17) and A6 (RWY35)


    All SIDs are individually numbered for each runway. When receiving your clearance, know that the SID stated is only valid for one runway, in case the controller forgets to state the departure runway.
    RNAV SIDs at Gardermoen has an initial climb altitude of 7000ft. If you are unable to follow the published SIDs (old AIRAC, default or non-database freeware aircraft, etc.), request an Omni-directional departure. Omni-directional departures climbs on runway track to 1700ft followed by a turn according to ATC clearance. Omni-directional SIDs has an initial climb of 4000ft.
    It is important that you NEVER climb above the initial climb without ATC clearance, as STARs and SIDs cross each other at different altitudes.

    Flesland is using a “Point Merge System”, or PMS. This means that all STARs end up in a “fan” made out of waypoints, in which pilots should always be prepared for a direct routing towards the merge waypoint, 4 in total, in order to ease the workload of approach ATC.

    The last fix of the STAR (or Merge Point) is followed by a transition to the ILS approach for each runway. ATC often replace these with vectoring, but always be prepared to fly the transition, and do NOT fly direct from the merge point to the Final Approach Fix. If you have no transitions available, inform ATC and request vectoring.
    Study the approach charts, and make sure to always follow altitude and speed restriction, unless otherwise instructed by ATC

    The default approach to Gardermoen is ILS for all runways. 19R and 01R are CATIII equipped, in case of low visibility conditions. RNAV, VOR or visual approaches are available on request.
    Visual approaches shall not fly below 2000 feet until established on final. Expect direct to respective points in the visual approach chart when planning for visual approach

    Direct routings
    In Norway, direct routings are often used. Both arriving and departing traffic should be prepared to fly direct the end of SIDs, STAR Merge Points, and airspace border fixes. Make sure you have your filed route and waypoint page available to quickly accommodate direct routings. Pilots unable to fly direct, should make a comment regarding this in their Flight-Plan Remarks section.

    ENBR_ATIS – Flesland ATIS – 125.250
    ENBR_DEL – Flesland Delivery – 123.400
    ENBR_GND – Flesland Ground – 121.900
    ENBR_TWR – Flesland Tower – 119.100

    ENBR_W_APP – Flesland Approach West – 121.000
    ENBR_E_APP – Flesland Approach East – 125.000
    ENGM_D_APP – Flesland Director – 118.850

    ENSV_CTR – Polaris Control (Stavanger ACC) – 120.650
    ENSV_N_CTR – Polaris Control (Stavanger ACC north) – 124.700
    ENSV_E_CTR – Polaris Control (Stavanger ACC east) – 134.925

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