How to get to Denmark by air

Copenhagen Airport, Denmark
Denmark is well serviced by airports, and most major airline operators have routes to and from the country. If you're looking to fly to Denmark, read on!

Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport on the island of Zealand is Denmark's biggest airport. Most major airports have directs routes to Copenhagen, and most major airline operators have regular flights to and from Copenhagen. From Copenhagen Airport you can get to Copenhagen's city centre in just about 15 minutes by metro. Trains and buses also go to and from the city centre to the airport.
Note: Copenhagen Airport does not operate a shuttle service to and from the airport, but the Danish public transport system is very efficient and offers the quickest way from the airport to the centre.

Billund Airport

Billund on the Jutland peninsula is Denmark’s second busiest airport and with several direct flights from the UK. The latest is the new British Airways route which flies 11 times a week from London Heathrow and into Billund Airport. The airport is conveniently located close to both the LEGOLAND and Lalandia in Billund theme parks. A free shuttle bus service operates from Billund Airport to the nearby areas.

Aarhus Airport

Located on the outskirts of the city of Aarhus on the Jutland peninsula, Aarhus Airport is Denmark’s third busiest. A good place to start when exploring the Danish North West.

Aalborg Airport

Aalborg Airport is situated in North Jutland close to city life and the popular holiday town of Skagen at the very tip of Denmark. 

Other Danish airports

You'll also find a number of smaller airports around Denmark, including Odense and Bornholm. Search here for a complete list of Danish airports.

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