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There are two airports in Denmark’s capital city: the international Kastrup Airport (Kastrup Lufthavn) and the smaller sport airport Roskilde. Copenhagen-Kastrup International Airport is 8 km south-east of Copenhagen’s city centre in Kastrup, a district in the Borough of Tårnby, on the island of Amager. Copenhagen’s airport is Scandinavia’s most important airport, being an international commercial airport serving air traffic between parts of the world and the numerous national and regional airports in Scandinavia and the region south of the Baltic Sea. The airport represents an important intersection and is a major link of many parts of northern Europe due not just to the presence of the Oresund Bridge and the rail link to Sweden. [More]
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More information about Copenhagen Airport
Copenhagen Airport is the hub of SAS and therefore also of the Star Alliance, which is comprised of a network of 16 international airlines, flying to a total of 795 airports in 139 countries. Copenhagen Airport is also Scandinavia’s hub for the airfreight express company DHL. According to the number of passengers, SAS ist the biggest airline at Copenhagen Airport. There is a direct connection from Copenhagen airport to 132 destinations worldwide, 19 of which are intercontinental, 84 within Europe, 22 are Nordic and 7 domestic connections. Amongst the airlines based at the airport are: Go Airlines and Korean Air. Other airlines serving the airport are: airBaltic (Dnipropetrovsk, Kiev Borispol, Minsk, Moscow-Sherem, Riga, St. Petersburg), bmibaby (Edinburgh, Glasgow), easyJet (Berlin-Brandenburg, London-Stansted), Norwegian (Oslo), SkyEurope (Bratislava, Budapest-Ferihegy, Vienna), Transavia (Amsterdam Schiphol, Rotterdam) and Virgin Express (Brussels International Airport). In Terminal 1 domestic flights are dealt with, flying for instance to the Island of Bornholm and to Jutland. Flights to and from Greenland and the Faroe Islands on the other hand, use Terminals 2 and 3, along with the other international flights.
By car, Copenhagen Airport may be reached directly via the motorway E20. From Copenhagen central station, direct trains run to the airport at 10 minute intervals. There are also hourly train services to Roskilde and trains to Malmö in Sweden every 20 minutes. The journey to Stockholm takes 5 hours by train, from Terminal 3 it takes 3.5 hours to reach Gothenburg and Aarhus. The bus routes 12, 250S and 30 provide a daily service from the airport to the city centre of Copenhagen. Until midnight the city centre may be reached using the bus lines 9, 250S and 500S, after that the night bus service 96N (to Copenhagen Town Hall) must be used.
Copenhagen Airport has an area of 1100 ha and was opened on 20.04.1925 as one of the first private airports of the world - at that time with a grass track serving as runway. With an annual total number of passengers of 1 million, Copenhagen Airport in 1965 received the prize for the world’s best airport.