Copenhagen Airport

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.

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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.

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 Getting to Copenhagen city centre

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You can hire a car from Copenhagen Airport from leading car rental companies including Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. You must return your car to car park P10 at the end of your trip.

You don't need an international licence if you have a valid New Zealand driver's licence. Traffic in Denmark drives on the right.

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Copenhagen Airport has a train station and a Metro station in Terminal 3. Both cost 36kr to the city centre.

The Metro takes 15 minutes to reach the CBD on line M2. Trains run every 4-6 minutes during the day and every 15-20 minutes at night.

Local trains leave from Kobenhavns Lufthavn Station, underground from T3. They take 12 minutes to reach Copenhagen Central Station (Kobenhavn H) on the Øresund Railway Line. You can also take regional and intercity trains to destinations in Denmark and Sweden.

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City buses 35, 36, 888 and 999 connect the airport to different destinations in the city. These are replaced by bus 5A at night. A 1-way fare is 36kr, or 18kr with a travel card bought at the airport.

Buses are also available to Malmo and other destinations in Sweden.

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Metered taxis are available outside Terminal 3. The journey to hotels in Copenhagen city centre is likely to cost between 170kr and 220kr.

 Who flies to Copenhagen

 Airport Contact Details

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

 Airport Location

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