Copenhagen Airport

Transport Service Copenhagen



Copenhagen Airport is Scandinavia’s biggest airport, and one of Europe’s oldest. It is positioned around 8 kilometers (5 miles) south of central Copenhagen, in the municipality of Tarnby (in the island of Amager) and 24 kilometers (15 miles) west of Malmö, in Sweden.

Airport was once still recognized as Kastrup Airport, since it is centered in the town of Kastrup, which was replaced by Tarnby municipality. However, the airport’s formal title is Copenhagen Airport Kastrup so as not to confuse it with Roskilde Airport, also known as Copenhagen Airport Roskilde.

It has two check-in terminals, Terminals 2 and 3, which manage all flights and share a common air passenger contest as well as the check-in area that contains customs and baggage claims which is physically situated in Terminal 3. A raising security test situated between Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 enters the airside.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is home of both domestic and international services.

Terminal 3

Terminal 3 processes both international and domestic departures of many airlines. 



IN The FREE TAX market, you’ll find everything you’ve ever needed. The newest products, advertising, fantastic sales and even other fun experiences. You’ll consider Chanel, Dior, MAC, Clinique and Kiehl’s and others as shop-in-shops. The TAX FREE shops are all across the city, whenever you need them. You’ll consider the 3,000 sqm central store directly after security access. The other shops are found at every airport entrance, and in the baggage claim, of course.

Also fantastic offers   The TAX FREE shop will bring fresh sales every month. You will still still save 20 per cent on perfume and cosmetics relative to the Danish shop level. You will pre-order your products from home before nine hours until you plan to pick them. You only have to order the items, so when you land at the airport they’ll be packed so ready for you.


Grand Transportation

Special airport buses leave from the airport region every 15 minutes. The bus line serves both terminals and parking areas and utilizes both 11 stations for buses. The service is open to everyone. Instead, the buses leave every 20 minutes over a few night hours.

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