Copenhagen Airport Kastrup is the main airport for Copenhagen. The airport is located on the island of Amager, 8km south of Copenhagen city centre. This is the busiest airport in Scandinavia. A third terminal opened in 1998 and a new low-cost terminal opened in 2010. There is a wide choice of cafes, bars, restaurants and shops. Copenhagen Airport has excellent transport connections to the city centre. The airport is also a gateway to the popular Swedish city break destination of Malmo, across the spectacular Oresund Bridge.
Several airlines offer flights from the UK to Copenhagen Kastrup. Many of the best deals are with EasyJet and SAS. Copenhagen is especially well served by EasyJet, with routes from Gatwick, Stansted, Edinburgh, Bristol and Manchester. Competition from low-cost airlines means reasonably priced flights with British Airways. Flights are also available from bmi regional and Norwegian. Minoan Air start flights from Oxford in 2013.
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Metro: Line M2 links the airport with the city centre.
Train : The station is below terminal 3. Local trains serve the city centre and Helsingør. Regular trains to the Swedish cities of Malmö and Gothenburg. Intercity services to Århus, Ålborg and Sønderborg. A few daily Express trains to Stockholm and Gothenburg.
Bus: Buses 5A, 35, 36 and line 999 all stop at the airport. The 888 express bus to Jutland also stops at the airport. Bus 2A stops near the airport. There are long-distance buses to Sweden and Norway
A good choice of routes serving cities across the UK with Easyjet, SAS and bmi regional the most economical.
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