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How to get to Denmark. Flights to Denmark

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO DENMARK

The country’s main airport is Copenhagen airport (Copenhagen-Kastrup) from which flights depart for most of the European and world destinations. Another popular international airport is located in Billund, about 250 km from Copenhagen, near Legoland on the Jutland peninsula. Other Danish international airports are Aarhus, Aalborg, Karup and Odense. Major European cities have direct flights to Copenhagen airport. Flights to Greenland and the Faroe Islands also depart from Denmark.

Denmark’s national airline is SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System). The company’s headquarters are in Sweden, but it is the flag carrier of three Scandinavian countries, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Internal Transport: there are numerous flights between Danish cities operated by SAS, Cimber Air and ScanCon Airways.

TRAINS TO DENMARK

The Danish railway network is well connected with those of the neighboring countries.

Domestic transport: The Danish railway network is highly developed, there are over 2500 km of railway. Very useful is the combination of train and bus, which allows you to reach any location in the country.

FERRIES TO DENMARK

Denmark is connected by a large network of maritime services with neighboring countries. There are connections to Norway, Sweden, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Faroe Islands and Iceland.

Domestic transport: Internal transport is also well developed, with ferries connecting the island of Sjælland to the Jutland peninsula, the Funen island to Als (island in southern Jutland), the island of Sjælland to the island of Bornholm .

BUSES TO DENMARK

International Transport: International connections to Denmark are made by Eurolines, Flixbus, Abildskous Busser, Säfflebussen, Gråhundbus, Swebus.

Domestic transport: Even the most remote part of Denmark is connected with buses. It is also possible to combine the bus-train journey, as the bus ticket can be extended to the train. The Danish bus-train network is quite extensive and allows you to reach any part of Denmark.

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