Denmark has a number of airports, the biggest of which is Copenhagen Airport on the island of Zealand. There are direct routes to Copenhagen from most major airports around the world, and most major airline operators have regular flights to and from Copenhagen. Copenhagen Airport is situated very close to the city centre, and you can get from the airport to the centre in about 15 minutes by metro. There are also trains and buses going to and from the city centre to the airport.
Note: Copenhagen Airport does not operate a shuttle service to and from the airport, but the Danish public transport system is very efficient and offers the quickest way from the airport to the centre.
Billund is Denmark’s second busiest airport. Located on the Jutland peninsula, it is close to both the LEGOLAND and Lalandia in Billund theme parks. A free shuttle bus service is operating from Billund Airport to the nearby areas.
Aalborg Airport is the third largest airport in Denmark and services the market from central Jutland northwards which covers approximately 2.5 million passengers. The airport is looked upon as the natural gateway due to easy access by car and soon by national train and also offers free car parking. Aalborg Airport is the perfect starting point when you want to visit the central and north part of Denmark – with less than 6 km to the centre of Aalborg city you can start your journey here and move around to all the sights in the nothern part of Jutland.
Aarhus Airport is located outside Aarhus, on the Jutland peninsula. Aarhus Airport is a good place to fly to when visiting Aarhus or exploring Jutland.
Other Danish airports
There are also a number of smaller airports around Denmark, including Odense and Bornholm. Search here for a complete list of Danish airports.