Copenhagen Airport is the main international airport in Denmark and the Oresund Region. It is the biggest airport in the Nordic countries. It is also one of the oldest international airports in the whole Europe. It handles 60 airlines and serves over 62,000 passengers every day. Thus, it is also the busiest airport in the Nordic countries. A big part of the passengers of this airport is international. The domestic part is lower than other airports in Europe. It is currently the recipient of the Hilton’s Sustainability Award.
A total of five lounges are available at the Copenhagen Airport. The British Airways Lounge is available to gold and silver BA card holders as well as BA business class passengers. The Servisair Executive Lounge is available to passengers flying with specific airlines while the Novia Lounge is available for ticketed passengers only. SAS Business Lounge is available for passengers flying specific airlines while the SAS Scandinavian Lounge opens to those holding VIP cards.
- British Airways Lounge
- Servisair Lounge – Terminal 2
- Novia Lounge – Terminal 2
- SAS Business Lounge
- SAS Scandinavian Lounge
Airport WiFi and Internet
- Free WiFi internet access is available to CPH Advantage program members. For non-members, the rate is DKK40 for 30 minutes of airtime or DKK80 for 4 hours.
- Internet kiosks are also found in the transit area of the terminals.
Services, Facilities & Things to Do at the Airport
The airport offers a number of facilities and services for the passengers’ convenience. You can shop and eat at various restaurants, and shopping areas around the airport. Banks are also available in terminal 2 and Transit Area. If you have a Smartphone or laptop, you can access the internet with the airport’s WiFi. You can pay for the service using your credit card. The airport also has a cloakroom that offers storage of overcoats, letters, packages, and baggage.
- Hilton Hotel – a 382-room hotel that is connected to Terminal 3 via a covered walkway. Rooms are equipped with wireless internet access.
Banks and ATMs
- Danske Bank – Terminal 2, Transit Area and before security check.
- Terminal 1: Avis, Hertz, Europcar
- Terminal 3: Europcar, Hertz, Avis
- Others: Sixt, Budget
- Baggage Lockers are located at Parking Building 4
- Left Luggage – located at the Arkaden. Rates: DKK50 per item per day
- Odd Size Baggage – located at Terminal 3
The Copenhagen Airport aims to provide the passengers convenience and entertainment while waiting for their flight. It offers a spa and wellness center that welcomes you with an Asian-inspired, exclusive area. It includes an aroma steam bath, large comfortable sofas, and a saltwater pool. It also offers an exceptional relaxing experience that is effective for jetlags known as the Golden Egg.
- Ni’Mat Spa – located at the Hilton Hotel.
Bars and Cafes
- Starbucks – Terminal 2 and 3. Operating hours: 4:30 am to 10:00 pm
- Caffe Ritazza – Terminal 3. Operating hours: 5:00 am to 9:30 pm
- Carlsberg Bar – Terminal 3. Operating hours: 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Food and Dining
- Foodmarket – Terminal 1 and 2
- Ciao Ristorante – Terminal 3. Operating hours: 7:00 am to 8:00 pm
- Eyecon Family Restaurant – Terminal 2. Operating hours: 5:00 am to 11:00 pm
- 7-Eleven – The Arcade (Arkaden) and Terminal 3
- Burger King – Terminal 3. Operating hours: 7:00 am to 12:00 am
- YamYamToGo – Terminal 3. Operating hours: 10:00 am to 9:30 am
Duty Free Shops
- The Arrival Shop – Terminal 3 Baggage Claim. Operating hours: Open during arrivals
- The Premium Tax Free Shop – Terminal 3. Operating hours: 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
- The Tax Free Shop
The airport is open for 24 hours a day to cater to its passengers. However, shops, restaurants and spas may have scheduled opening and closing time.
Airport Transportation: Getting There
You can get to the airport through a train, car, or ferry. The easiest and fastest way is through the Oresund Bridge. You usually pay for tolls when you cross the bridge. If you are heading to Denmark, you will pay before you cross the bridge.
The station is located at the end of Terminal 3 and operates at intervals of 4-6 minutes .The average travel time from the airport to central Copenhagen is about 15 minutes.
The bridge connects the airport with Sweden and is the fastest way to cross the Oresund. The bridge is 16 km long and it is a fast and easy access to the airport via car, taxi or bus. The toll for cars crossing the bridge is DKK310.
The train station is located in Terminal 3 above the railway. To access the train station from other terminals, there is a shuttle bus that ferries passengers from Terminals 1 and 2 to the train station.
Taxis can set down passengers outside Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Taxis can also pickup passengers outside all arrival areas. Taxis can be paid using credit cards and can travel to Sweden.
Airport Transportation: Getting Around
Getting around the airport is also easy. For the passenger’s convenience, taxis, buses and car rentals are available at the terminals. It is acceptable to pay using credit cards in taxis and payment usually includes tips and VAT. If you decide to take the train, the ticket office is located at the terminal 3 of the airport. If you want to travel by metro, tickets are also available at terminal 3. In addition, a free shuttle bus is available. For domestic, you can take the bus from Terminal 1. For international, shuttle bus is available at Terminals 2 and 3.
Airport Shuttle Bus
The free shuttle bus departs Terminals 1, 2, and 3, the train station, parking areas P15 and P17.