Copenhagen Airport (CPH)
Copenhagen International Airport (CPH) is the busiest airport in Denmark and in Scandinavia as a whole. It's just 8km from the centre of Copenhagen and 24km from Malmo, Sweden, across the Øresund Bridge.
The airport handles around 60 airlines and is the main hub for Scandinavian Airlines, as well as a base for Norwegian Air Shuttle and Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia.
Copenhagen has a 2nd airport, Roskilde Airport, but this only serves domestic taxi flights and business jets.
Copenhagen Airport facilities
The airport has 2 terminals (numbered 2 and 3), connected by a shuttle service. A dedicated section for low-cost carriers (CPH Go) can be accessed from Terminal 3.
Domestic and international flights are split between the terminals, which share communal arrivals, customs and baggage claim areas. The airport has all the facilities international travellers would expect, including 5 lounges, duty-free shopping, restaurants, cafes and fast food outlets, family areas and free Wi-Fi.
The CPH Airport app provides information on flight times, promotions and facilities as well as allowing users to reserve parking spaces. The app is available in Danish, English and Swedish.
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Please note: all information is correct as of February, 2018.