The national airlines are SAS
(SK) and Mærsk
Air (DM). The major carriers are SAS and
Copenhagen (CPH) (Kastrup)
Located 8km (5 miles) southeast of Copenhagen with a travel time
of 15 to 30 minutes.
Direct scheduled flights to Copenhagen operate
from Aberdeen, Birmingham, Dublin, London Gatwick, London
Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle.
A new rail link between the airport and main railway station in
Copenhagen has facilitated travel to the city with a journey time
of 12. There are also high-speed Intercity trains
to Funen journey time is one hour and Jutland
with a journey time of two hours with additional connections to
Malmø in Sweden on a 30-minute journey
via the Øresund link.
There are also regular bus services from the airport departing
every 10 to 20 minutes with a journey time of 20
Includes an outgoing duty-free shop, a wide range of car hire
firms, with Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and
Bank/bureau de change, and several bars and restaurants.
Århus (AAR) (Tirstrup)
Located 44km (27 miles) from the city. Direct scheduled flights
to Århus operate from London Heathrow.
Buses connect with flight arrivals and taxis are also available.
Includes a duty-free shop, a wide range of car hire firms, bank/bureau
de change, a post office and a restaurant.
Billund Airport (BLL) (Billund)
Located approximately 2km (1.3 miles) from Legoland.
Direct scheduled flights to Billund operate from London
Gatwick and Manchester.
Departure Tax: None.
Denmark’s major ports are:
There are regular ferries to and from:
The Faroe Islands
DFDS Seaways sail from Harwich
to Esbjerg 3 times a week all year round. They
also operate services between Harwich and Cuxhaven,
Copenhagen and Oslo and Copenhagen
The major ferry operators from Germany, Norway and Sweden are
Color Line, Flyvebådene, Scandlines and
North Jutland is connected to the Faroes,
Iceland, Norway and Scotland during
the summer by ferries sailing once a week.
No departure taxes are due when leaving Denmark by sea.
Cruise lines calling at Copenhagen include CTC, Lauro,
Lindblad Travel, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal
Copenhagen is connected by rail to all other major European cities,
and typical express journey times from Copenhagen are to:
London 26 hours
Hamburg 4 hours 30 minutes
Berlin 11 hours 25 minutes.
All international trains connect with ferries where applicable.
All the major road networks of Europe connect with ferry services
to Copenhagen and it is advisable to book ferries in advance.
The completion of the 18km (11 mile-long) toll Great Belt
bridge and tunnel, linking Copenhagen
(which is situated on the island of Sjælland) with the island
of Funen, now provides the first seamless surface
connection from the European continent to Copenhagen. It includes
the world’s second-longest suspension bridge at 6.5km (4
A second bridge and tunnel, the Øresund connection,
links Copenhagen with Malmø
in Sweden. Tolls are applicable for both bridges.
departing from Victoria Coach Station in London, serves destinations
in Denmark. For further information, contact:
4 Cardiff Road,
LU1 1PP, UK
Telephone number: (08705) 143 219
Fax number: (01582) 400 694).