Sonderborg Airport is a public airport located in Sonderborg, a commune in Denmark. The facility officially started operations in 1968 as the Sonderborg Airport; however the first flights in the area where in 1950, which were flown by Sonderjyllands Flyveselskab. The airport is located seven kilometres from Sonderborg. Transfer is by taxi or own car. Rental car is also available at the airport.
Previously, Climber Sterling operated the connection to Copenhagen until May 3, 2012, when the airline filed for bankruptcy. Danish Air Transport took over the route to Copenhagen just hours after. In April 2013, Alsie Express was founded and operating between Sonderborg and Copenhagen. Soon after Alsie Express started flying, Danish Air Transport stopped operating the route. Until today, Alsie Express remains the only service in the airport.
Sonderborg is a Danish town in the region of Southern Denmark. It is the capital and administrative seat of the Sonderborg municipality. It is what you expect municipal Denmark to be – rows of colourful houses set in a marina of small to medium sized yachts with a handful of areas to visit and to choose from.
What to see & do
Dybbøl Mølle – The Dybbøl Mølle is a tower mill with a gallery in which the mill stands plastered in a foundation wall. It is a traditional windmill in Europe, although what we see today is a rebuilt version of the old mill destroyed during the battle of Dybbøl. Since 1864, the mill was made into a national symbol.
Sonderborg Castle – The Sonderborg Castle is one of the few destinations within the city of Sonderborg. It is located on the island of Als in South Jutland, in the middle of the town in a park setting overlooking the Als Fjord. It houses a museum focusing on the history and culture of the area.
Queen Dorothea's Chapel (within the Sonderborg Castle) – Built between 1568 and 1570, the Queen Dorothea's Chapel is a unique feature of the Sonderborg Castle built by Hercules von Oberberg for Queen Mother Dorothea. It reflects the changing times in Denmark after the reformation. The chapel is almost untouched considering it is one of Europe's oldest and best-preserved Lutheran royal chapels. Many of the items in the chapel were created in Antwerp at painter Frans Floris' workshop. The chapel's organ meanwhile, is attributed to organ builder Hermann Raphaelis, and is believed to have been built in 1570, while the paintwork for the organ case dates mainly from 1626. Under the west gallery of the chapel, there is a choir loft over which there was originally a royal chair, however, it disappeared when the organ was built in its present position in 1626.
How to get around within Sonderborg
Public transport in Sonderborg is mainly reliant on the central bus station. Buses there run to Dybbøl, Ker, Stenbjergparken, Klovermarken, Skovparken, and Sonderborg Sygehus twice every hour. Trains are also available, connecting the city of Sonderborg to most parts of Denmark. Apart from these, bikes are also very popular here – since the city is very much a bike-friendly city.
How to get there
Sonderborg Airport connects Sonderborg to the city of Copenhagen. Travellers may reach the airport by airport taxis or by rental cars. Note that not only the population of Sonderborg is served by the airport, so make sure to book flights early.
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