Key destinations from the UK are the charming capital Copenhagen and the second city of Aarhus Recent years have seen Ryanair flying to small regional airports like Billund. Low-cost airline are frequently the cheapest option to Copenhagen. The enduring popularity of Copenhagen as a short break destination means a better-than-average choice of UK departure airports. Easyjet have a choice of routes to the Danish capital. You should also find good-value flights with bmi regional, SAS, Norwegian and British Airways. Some of these flights will be indirect.
The main airport for Copenhagen. Excellent transport connections to the city centre. The airport is also a gateway to the popular Swedish city break destination of Malmo. Especially well served by EasyJet, with routes from Gatwick, Stansted, Edinburgh, Bristol and Manchester.
The second busiest airport in Denmark. The airport is located in central Jutland and is the most convenient airport for destinations in Western Denmark. This is the nearest airport to the Legoland theme park. Ryanair have offered flights from London Stansted and Edinburgh in recent years.
Convenient gateway to the picturesque peninsular of Jutland, an important holiday region in Denmark. Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city. Recent years have seen flights from London Stansted with Ryanair.
Opened in 1973 to relieve pressure on the main Copenhagen Kastrup Airport. There are currently (2012) no direct flights from the UK. The airport is a 35km from Copenhagen.