Flights from Dublin to Copenhagen
Flight information Dublin to Copenhagen
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Flights from Dublin to Copenhagen
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Copenhagen
Currently Ryanair, SAS, Lufthansa and Norwegian Airlines are offering flights from Dublin to Copenhagen. Get the right price; free price alert for your trip to Copenhagen.
Terminal Information – Departing
Dublin Airport is just 15 km from Dublin city centre and can be reached easily by the local transport on offer. There are local buses, taxi services and car hire available from the airport. The journey time is approximately 20 minutes. There are two terminals at Dublin Airport so be sure to check which one your flight departs from.
Both terminals of Dublin Airport offer a good range of shopping and dining options. Whether you prefer to eat a hot meal in a restaurant, grab some fast food or just enjoy a simply coffee or sandwich you can do all three in Dublin Airport. Shoppers can buy everything from stationery and books to fragrances, alcohol, tobacco, chocolate, local souvenirs, gifts, toiletries, travel essentials and books. The airport also provides customers with essential facilities including car hire, currency exchange, baby changing, an airport lounge and free WiFi.
Terminal Information – Arriving
When you arrive at Copenhagen Airport, you will be happy to find that transport to Copenhagen city only takes 16 minutes - direct metro and railway lines are placed right under the airport, easily accessible by lift or escalators. Excellent! Copenhagen is just 11 km from the city centre. Transport options include local buses, as mentioned; a metro, train station, as well as good offers on car hire and taxis, all available from outside the terminal building.
There is a huge range of shops in Copenhagen Airport from women’s fashions, men’s fashions, home and lifestyle shops and gifts and souvenir to electronics, kid’s toys and clothes, luggage and essential travel items and foodie delicacies. The choice of dining places is equally as impressive, ranging from freshly made takeaway pizzas and wine bars with sommeliers to Irish pubs, Nordic dining restaurants, a caviar house, champagne bar, food market, cafes and espresso bars, fast food and sandwich shops to vegetarian and vegan options.
There is a kid’s play area, business workspace, free WiFi, airport lounges, a smoking area, baby changing and an on-site hotel.
You need to bring your passport with you when you’re flying out-with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of Dublin Airport, so there’s no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone, security can scan the e-barcode, and you don’t need to worry about paper at all.
We recommend giving yourself plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself some extra time.
What to expect in Copenhagen
This cool Nordic city is filled with industrial chic and contemporary cool from its bars and restaurants to its boutique fashion and design shops. There are 15 Michelin starred restaurants hidden in this fairytale cobbled street city which is a bike friendly, bookshop-filled urban space softened by candlelit cafes and stunning natural landscapes.
Accommodation in Copenhagen is mostly expensive, although there are some hostels to choose from. A taxi from the airport would set you back €50 while a budget breakfast comes in at around €5-7. A pint costs anything from €4-7 while a budget dinner would set you back between €10 and €15. After all these 'kroner' stacking up before your eyes, you might be surprised to learn that Copenhagen is among Top 10 cheap city breaks.
But a little research can do the trick. Head to the cool quarters of Noerrebro and Vesterbro, and find excellent eateries (often organic and vegan options), chilled out bars and a lower price on....everything! Copenhagen is one hour ahead of the UK and has a temperate climate with mild summers and cold winters. July and August are the warmest months while February is often the coldest.
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