Aarhus airport is a convenient entry point to the picturesque peninsular of Jutland, an important holiday region in Denmark. Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city. Airport buses make the 20km journey into Aarhus city centre. Flights with low-cost airline Ryanair have raised the profile of an enjoyable university city that is inevitably overshadowed by Copenhagen. The Tivoli Friheden amusement park, the Old Town open-air museum, an animated port and surrounding forests are the main attractions. There is year-round demand for flights with Danish visitors to England.
. Ryanair have offered flights from London in recent years. There is a disappointing lack of routes from airports outside London. This is a small regional airport with a bar/restaurant and a duty-free shop. Departure and arrival are a very relaxed affair as there are very few flights each day.
Ny Lufthavnsvej 24 DK 8560
Tel: 45 8775 7052
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The airport bus to Aarhus is timed to coincide with most flights. The journey takes about 30 minutes. Tickets are sold on the bus and cost 100Dkk. Bus 212 connects the airport with Randers and Ebeltoft.
Taxis are available outside the arrivals hall. A taxi into Aarhus costs approximately Dkk 650. To Ebeltoft Dkk 270.
Ryanair operate flights from London Stansted . You may also find flights from Manchester with SAS and British Airways.