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Besides the onsite hotels at the airport, several hotels are close by. Zoku Copenhagen, AC Hotel by Marriott, Zleep Hotel, and Crown Plaza are some of these hotels. These hotels are within a 3-mile radius of the airport. These hotels offer shuttle services to and from the airport. You can pick a shuttle at Terminal 3.
The short answer is yes. Copenhagen is a big airport with many connecting flights to other parts of Europe. With this in mind, the airport has placed luggage deposit units at the parking garage P4. The prices for the units vary with the size of the luggage. Small bags cost €7.65 ($8) a day, while bags the size of golf bags cost €13.38 ($14) a day. You can keep your luggage in the units for seven days. Credit cards are the only acceptable payments.
Copenhagen Airport is the largest airport in Scandinavia. It boasts of two integrated passenger terminals, 2 and 3. Terminal 3 has four levels and hosts international and domestic departures. Terminal 2 has three levels and hosts domestic and international flights, which are not on terminal 3. You can use the free airport buses to move from one terminal to another.
Tivoli Gardens, the oldest theme park in the world, is a popular theme park in Copenhagen. If you are up for a rollercoaster or carousel ride, you should find your way to Tivoli Gardens. A taxi ride will take only 14 minutes as the theme park is 8 miles from the airport.
There are various ways to get to Copenhagen city center from Copenhagen Airport Kastrup, in addition to renting a car or using a taxi from one of the ranks located outside Arrivals. The airport’s train station is located under Terminal 3, with trains going into downtown Copenhagen as well as numerous other destinations in both Denmark and Sweden; buses are also an ideal way to reach your destination from the airport (several lines run between Copenhagen and the airport), and so is the metro (line M2 will take you from the airport to the city center in just 15 minutes).
As it serves millions of passengers every year, Copenhagen Airport Kastrup needs to be at the top of its game. To do so, it provides its visitors with a plethora of services such as free Wi-Fi, business rooms, private lounges, self check-in points, luggage carts and deposits, currency exchange offices and ATM machines, and even a hotel featuring both a gym and a spa.
Yes, it does. Families travelling with children can avail themselves of a kids’ play area located on the upper level of the airport, overlooking the food court. The area provides children with a variety of things to do thanks to the choice of toys and games, books, and cartoons.
Yes, it does. Among its other services Copenhagen Airport Kastrup includes also the Veterinary Center, a state-of-the-art clinic with quarantine facilities passengers can use in case of emergency. Workers at the clinic are used to handling any kind of animal, so you can trust them with your pet with utter peace of mind. The clinic is also where animals arriving from non-EU countries are checked before being granted access into the EU.
The cheapest airline ticket to Copenhagen from the United States in the last 72 hours was $231 one-way, and $280 round-trip on the route from New York to Copenhagen. The most popular route is from Chicago to Copenhagen and the cheapest ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $414 round-trip.
If you’re traveling from United States, you might fly to Copenhagen with Scandinavian Airlines, Air France, or Delta as they are the most frequent flyers.
The distance between Copenhagen and downtown Copenhagen is 5 miles.
All flights to Copenhagen land at Copenhagen. The airport code is CPH,and it can also be referred to as Copenhagen, Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup, Kastrup, or Kastrup Copenhagen.
On average, a flight to Copenhagen costs $535. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $321 and departed from New York John F Kennedy Intl Airport.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Copenhagen is Sunday. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Friday.
The cheapest month for flights to Copenhagen is February. On the other hand, the most expensive months are June and July.
Scandinavian Airlines, Air France and Delta have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Copenhagen. Confirm policies on booking site.
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Ground staff bangalore could have been more attentive to business class passengers
I don’t know how international flights can’t have media screens to keep people entertained for the long flight. Ugh.
Typical experience for budget airline. Boarding from KEF required bus transit from the gate to plane, so if you had "priority boarding" it was useless as it was simply a free-for-all when getting off the bus. But still no issues with getting our luggage into overhead bin so not really a problem.
Was very apprehensive about flying Play, but the flight was fine. Nothing special, nothing horrible. Fair price to get from New York to Iceland.
I wasn’t able to check in online the day before or the day of because their web configuration or business model idk. I arrived an hour early and check was closed and there was no one around to speak to and eventually was told there was no possible way to get a digital ticket despite I had no luggage to check and would have easily made it through security to boarding and had to pay for a new ticket for $330 ontop of the $169 I spend for the ticket and then I missed my rental car for $305 because I only arrived at midnight instead of noon that I was originally intended. All booked through kayak. I hope there is some kind of insurance from kayak because this was totally preventable had I not been blocked by play air from getting my check in and plane ticket.
The staff was very professional, the places very clean. The legroom was a little bit tight but so worth the price of the flight. Very pleased! Next time, I want to book a stayover to explore Iceland :)
The boarding process was easy, the crew was friendly and the flight was very smooth. There is a limited menu the food was tasty, but you have to purchase everything. The cost of the flight was very reasonable but everything such as baggage is extra.
Play is a great budget airline. There are no TVs or chargers in the seat but there was more legroom than expected. Boarding and all staff that I interacted with were great. You have to pay for any and all drinks or snacks you might want on flight.
Play is a great budget airline. There’s more legroom than expected, no TVs or chargers in the seat, all staff that I interacted with were great.
Blood sucker budgeted airline. Charging after and after. No one should busy air ticket in this airline. Completely a scam and sucking blood.
The cabin crew very kindly arranged a change of seats for us due to a distressed passenger
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