Flights to Copenhagen, Denmark
Passengers who purchase a ticket to Copenhagen land at Kastrup International Airport, on the island of Amager, less than 10 kilometres away from the centre of the Danish capital. The airport records a passenger traffic of over 21 million people per year. Many of the travellers landing in Copenhagen use Kastrup airport even to reach the Swedish city of Malmö, located at the other end of Øresund Bridge.
Kastrup Airport – CPH
Kastrup is not only the main Danish Airport, but also the most important among Scandinavian countries. Copenhagen Airport has 4 Terminals: Terminal 1 is used for domestic flights, Terminals 2 and 3 for international and intercontinental flights, while Terminal CPH Go is dedicated to low cost flights to Copenhagen, operated by Easyjet and Transavia.
At Terminal 1 land passengers from Blu1 flights to Copenhagen, the Finnish branch of Sas, and people who travel on Norwegian Air Shuttle’s low cost flights on Aalborg-Copenhagen and Karup-Copenhagen routes. Terminal 2, instead, is used for international and intercontinental flights. Here land Moscow-Copenhagen flights operated by Aeroflot, Berlin-Copenhagen flights by Air Berlin, Paris-Copenhagen flights by Air France, Alitalia with Milan-Copenhagen flights, KLM from Amsterdam and Iberia on the route Madrid-Copenhagen.
At Terminal 2 land Delta Air Lines’ passengers who bought a New York-Copenhagen ticket, as well as those flying with Parkistan International Airlines’ on the route from Islamabad to Copenhagen. T2 is also the reference Terminal for Norewegian Air Shuttle, with some 50 international routes, the majority of which are seasonal, such as flights from Athens to Copenhagen, Catania-Copenhagen, Ibiza-Copenhagen. Terminal 3 at Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is used by Star Alliance’s airlines, such as Air Canada with Toronto-Copenhagen flights, Egyptair on the route Cairo-Copenhagen, Lufthansa with Frankfurt-Copenhagen and Munich-Copenhagen flights, and Singapore Airlines on the route Singapore-Copenhagen.
At T3 land Sas’ flights as well: Scandinavian Airlines System assure connection to Copenhagen from more than 70 cities in the Shengen area. Finally, at Terminal CPH arrive low cost flights to Copenhagen operated by EasyJet, covering London-Copenhagen, Geneva-Copenhagen and Manchester-Copenhagen, and by Transavia flying from Eindhoven. Hilton Copenhagen Airport is the nearest hotel to Copenhagen Kastrup airport. It is a 5-star hotel, directly connected to Terminal 3.
For passengers in transit at Kastrup Airport there is a hotel inside the Transit Hall where it is possible to stay for a maximum of 16 hours, using a wellness area with steam bath and relaxation area.
How to reach Copenhagen from Kastrup Airport
Copenhagen Kastrup Airport has a train station on the lower floor of Terminal 3 connected by free shuttles to the other Terminals. Trains depart from the Airport and through Øresund Bridge reach Malmö and many other destinations throughout Sweden.
Moreover, from Terminal 3 passes Lufthavnen, the subway line that connects the airport to the centre of Copenhagen. In front of Terminal 2 there are the stops of several lines of public buses that reach the city centre in about fifteen minutes.
Those who prefer to reach the Danish capital by car, can rent a car at the airport in Copenhagen and deliver it to one of the certified car rental agencies in the city.
Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark, with an urban area with a population of 1,153,615 . Copenhagen is situated on the Islands of Zealand and Amager.Source : en.wikipedia.org