Copenhagen Airport

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Copenhagen Airport Information

Copenhagen Airport is the largest airport in the Nordic region, and Europe's third busiest airport. As well as serving the city of Copenhagen (which is 8km away), it also serves Zealand, Øresund, and some destinations in southern Sweden. It used to be known as Kastrup Airport, and is a hub for both Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines. Both of these airlines, and Ryanair, offer flights to Copenhagen from Ireland.


Terminals at Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport has two terminals (terminal 2 and terminal 3). They're linked to each other, and share arrival areas and airside concourses. There's a special area for budget airlines, CPH Go, which is reached through terminal 3. You'll find flights from Ryanair, Transavia and EasyJet here. A free shuttle bus runs between the airport terminals.


Shops at Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport has a wide selection of shops, and offers an online ordering service where you can pre-book products and pick them up when you reach the airport. Duty free shops sell products from big designer brands including DKNY, Giorgio Armani and Calvin Klein.


Restaurants at Copenhagen Airport

There are plenty of places to grab a pre-flight bite, whether you're in the mood for a posh seafood lunch (Caviar House & Prunier) or just want to pick something up quickly (McDonald's). For those who can't wait to get home for a pint of the black stuff, there's a Murphy's Irish Pub and an O'Learys. Travellers who want to enjoy one last taste of Europe can do so at Paté Paté Winebar & Tapas or Hamlet Nordic Dining.


Lounges at Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport has a wide selection of lounges to choose from. Most are available to all passengers for a small fee. The Aspire Lounge, Aviator Lounge, and CPH Apartment Lounge are all located in terminal 2. The new Eventyr Lounge is in the non-Schengen area, available for travellers flying to Ireland. The Regus Express workspace and two SAS lounges are in terminal 3.


Getting to Copenhagen Airport



Copenhagen Airport is well connected by road. The E20 motorway passes close to the airport just before becoming the Oresund Bridge to Malmö in Sweden. Car hire from Copenhagen Airport is available from Avis, Budget, Sixt, Hertz, Europcar and Enterprise.



There's a metro station above terminal 3. The M2 to Vanløse Station takes about 13 minutes to reach Nørreport Station, the main hub in downtown Copenhagen. Terminal 3 also has a train station, and the journey into the city centre takes 13 minutes too.



Bus 5A runs from the airport to Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square, and Nørreport. It takes around half an hour to get into the city, depending on traffic. You can buy your ticket before you board at one of the machines in the terminal, or direct from the driver using coins.



There are taxi ranks outside both terminals. The drive into the city centre takes about 20 minutes in light traffic. Prepare to pay about 250 to 300 DKK for your transfer into Copenhagen.

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Copenhagen Airport

PO Box 74,
Lufthavnsboulevarden 6,
DK-2770 Kastrup,

Tel:+45 (0)32 313231
Fax:+45 (0)32 313132


Københavns Lufthavne A/S

 Location Details

Longitude:12° 37' 59'' E
Latitude:55° 36' 29'' N

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