Copenhagen Airport Informational Guide to Copenhagen Airport Kastrup (CPH) - Non Official

Copenhagen Airport (CPH)

Use this website to quickly find the most important information about the Copenhagen Airport Kastrup: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Copenhagen Airport. Plan your travel to CPH Airport with the information provided in this guide.


Copenhagen Airport registered a total flow of 30,256,703 passengers in 2019.


During 2020, due to coronavirus crisis, CPH Airport registered around 7,5million. 

In 2021, Copenhagen Airport handled up to 9 million passengers. 

Terminals + info

Copenhagen Airport is home of two integrated passenger terminals: Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. 

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is home of both domestic and international services. 
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Terminal 3

Terminal 3 processes both international and domestic departures of many airlines. 
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Facilities and Services + info

Copenhagen Airport offers the following services to passengers:

- Airline lounges
- Retail stores
- Pharmacy
- Toilets
- Showers
- Free Wi-Fi
- Information desk
- Lost property
- ATMs
- Currency Exchange
- Baggage services
- Nursery
- Baby care rooms


Address: Copenhagen Airports A/S, Lufthavnsboulevarden 6, DK-2770 Kastrup, DENMARK

Phone: +45 3231 3231


Transport + info

The following means of transport are available to get to and from Copenhagen city center from Kastrup Airport: 

Bus: There are several public transport bus lines at Copenhagen Airport.
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Taxi: Get to Copenhagen city centre within 20 minutes by taxi.
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Train: By any of the regional rail lines that stops at CPH Airport Railway Station.
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Metro: By M2 metro line to Nørreport Station.
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Car rental: Rent a car through our search engine or in Copenhagen Airport T2 and T3.
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About Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the most populous city in Denmark and also the countries’ capital city. It is located on the eastern coast of Zealand island and another part of the city is separately located on Amager. The city is naturally separated from Malmö (Sweden) by the strait of Oresund – The Oresund bridge connects both cities by road and rail.

Since the Oresund Bridge was completed, the Swedish province of Scania, with its main city Malmö, became even more integrated to Copenhagen, forming the Oresund Region.

Some of the most popular attractions of Copenhagen are the Little Mermaid statue, Tivoli Gardens, the Amalienborg and Christiansborg palaces, Frederik’s Church and Rosenborg Castel Gardens as well as many museums, restaurants and night clubs.

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