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Copenhagen Airport (IATA: CPH, ICAO: EKCH) also known as Copenhagen Airport Kastrup, is the main international airport serving the city of Copenhagen, as well as the whole regions of Zealand and Oresund, and a large part of the south of Sweden.

Copenhagen Airport

It is the largest airport in Scandinavia and Nordic countries and one of the oldest in Europe. It is located at just 8 kilometers south from Copenhagen city center, in the municipality of Tarnby (in Amager island) and 24 kilometers west of Malmö, in Sweden. Copenhagen Airport was once just called Kastrup Airport, as it is located in the town of Kastrup, which was absorbed by the municipality of Tarnby. However, the official name of the airport is Copenhagen Airport Kastrup to not to confuse it with Roskilde Airport, also named Copenhagen Airport Roskilde.

Copenhagen Airport has all the world’s major airlines represented and the main hub of major companies such as Scandinavian Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Norwegian Air Shuttle.

Copenhagen Airport registered a total passenger flow of 29,177,833 on 2017. Top 10 busiest international routes from Copenhagen Airport are London, Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Paris, Helsinki, Frankfurt, Berlin, Brussels and Istanbul


Copenhagen Airport is home of 2 integrated Terminals: Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.

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  • Terminal 2:

Terminal 2 is home of both domestic and international services. Please note that the check-in for the low cost carriers and charter flights is located in this terminal.
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  • Terminal 3:

Terminal 3 processes both international and domestic departures of many airlines, and hosts CPH Go low cost carriers such as Transavia, EasyJet and Ryanair.

Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are linked airside.

It won’t take you more than 20 minutes to transfer from each other by foot.


Copenhagen Airport offers some of the following services to passengers:

  • Airline lounges
  • Retail stores
  • Pharmacy
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Free Wi-Fi area
  • Information desk
  • Lost property
  • ATMs
  • Currency Exchange
  • Baggage services
  • Nursery
  • Baby care rooms

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The following means of transport are available to get to and from Copenhagen city center from the airport:

  • Train: By any of the regional rail lines that stops at the Airport Railway Station.
  • Metro: By M2 line to Nørreport Station.
  • Bus: There are several public transport bus lines.
    • Gråhundbus: From Copenhagen Airport to Malmö (Sweden).
    • Jutland Bus Express: From Copenhagen Airport to Aarhus and Aalborg.
  • Taxi: Get to Copenhagen city centre within 20 minutes.
  • Car rental: Hire a car through our search engine or in Copenhagen Airport in T2 and T3.

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Copenhagen Airports A/S
Lufthavnsboulevarden 6
DK-2770 Kastrup

Phone: +45 3231 2800


Copenhagen is the most populous city in Denmark and also the countries’ capital city. It has a total population of 1,280,371 inhabitants.

It is located in the eastern coast of Zealand island, and another piece of the city is separately located on Amager. The city is naturally separated from Malmö (Sweden) by the strait of Oresund – The Oresund bridge connects both cities by road and rail.

Since the Oresund Bridge was completed, the Swedish province of Scania, with its main city Malmö, became even more integrated to Copenhagen, forming the Oresund Region.

Some of the most popular attractions of Copenhagen are The Little Mermaid statue, Tivoli Gardens, the Amalienborg and Christiansborg palaces, Frederik’s Church and Rosenborg Castel Gardens, as well as many museums, restaurants and night clubs.

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