Airports in Copenhagen
The biggest airport in Scandinavia, Copenhagen International Airport (commonly referred to as Kastrup or Kastrup Airport) is located on the island of Amager, five miles (8km) south of downtown Copenhagen. The facility sees 21 million passengers each year, of which more than 90 percent come on international flights. Despite the high volume of traffic, Copenhagen International Airport is an efficient facility with plenty to see and do inside. Excellent restaurants serving international cuisine and a number of good duty-free and luxury brand shops provide entertainment for adults, while play areas keep the little ones occupied. There are also hot showers and saunas in the airport's Transfer Hotels, which are a great way to relax between long flights.
Copenhagen Airport is situated five miles (8km) southeast of Copenhagen city centre.
Getting to the city
Buses, trains and taxis provide transport to Copenhagen city centre. There are several local bus routes servicing the airport from the city centre which take approximately 45 minutes and cost US$4.50. Train and metro tickets are available from the ticket office above the railway station in Terminal 3. The metro is serviced every few minutes during the day and every 15 minutes at night between 5am to 12pm Monday through Thursday and 24 hours a day Friday to Sunday. Depending on destination in the city centre fares should be up to US$5. Taxis can be hired from outside the arrival areas and the roughly US$34 fare can be paid by credit card.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 from last Sunday in March to the Saturday before the last Sunday in October).
Tel: +45 3231 3231.
Copenhagen Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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