Billund Airport was built in 1964 and is the second busiest airport in Denmark. The airport is located in central Jutland and is the most convenient airport for destinations in Western Denmark. The airport is just 2km from Billund. Airport buses make the 20km journey into Billund town centre. This is the nearest airport to the Legoland theme park. There is year-round demand for flights with Danish visitors to London. This is a small regional airport with a bar/restaurant and a duty-free shop. Departure and arrival are a very relaxed affair. Billund is a little busier in summer, when the airport is a popular departure point for holiday charter flights. The airport is an important Scandinavian base for low-cost airline Ryanair.
Ryanair have offered flights from London in recent years. There is a disappointing lack of routes from airports outside London. Ryanair have offer seasonal flights from Edinburgh.
Ny Lufthavnsvej 24 DK 8560
Tel: 45 8775 7052
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The airport bus runs to Horsens, Skanerborg and Aarhus. All have onward train connections to destinations throughout Denamrk. Journey time to Aarhus is 1hr 25mins. Tickets cost 180DKK. Another half a dozen bus routes serve Give, Horsens, Kolding, Vejle, Vejen and Esbjerg
Taxis are available outside the arrivals hall.
The only direct flights from the UK are with Ryanair. More expensive indirect flights from UK regional airports are available with airlines like KLM, Air France, Lufthansa, SAS, British Airways and Norwegian. .