COPENHAGEN AIRPORT KASTRUP – BUS AND SHUTTLES TO CITY CENTRE

Since public transport in Copenhagen features for its excellence and efficiency, travelling by bus turns to be the best option to get to the city centre from Copenhagen Airport and to move through it.

It is the most suitable alternative to car, as saves you a lot of time and you don’t need to worry about anything else than having a great time in the Danish capital!

You can find several lines which gives service from Copenhagen Airport. There are also free shuttle buses between airport terminals and Copenhagen city centre.

See below the following options:

Public Transport

Movia Buses

Take the yellow and red Movia Buses to get to the city centre and many more places throughout Copenhagen.

Line 2A

Copenhagen Airport to Tingbjerg (Gavlhusvej)

Stops: Copenhagen Airport – Postparken – Lergavsparken St. – Amagerbro St. – Hovedbanegarden (Tivoli) – Radhuspladsen – Falkoner Allé – Grondal St. – Brohshoj Torv - Tingbjerg (Gavlhusvej)

Opening hours: Runs continuously.

Monday to Friday: From 03:40 am to 1:22 am, every 6 minutes

Saturdays: From 7:50 am to 6:22 am, every 6 minutes

Sundays: From 5:55 am to 0:05 am, every 30 minutes

Line 5A

Copenhagen Airport to Husum Torv

Stops: Copenhagen Airport - Skottegårdsskolen - Sundbyvester Plads Central Station - Amagerbro St.- Rådhuspladsen – Nørreport st. - Nørrebro st. - Bellahøj - Husum Torv

It takes 35 minutes to get from Copenhagen Airport to the Central Station.

Opening hours: Frequency is of 3 – 7 minutes’ intervals on peak hours (from 07:00 am to 9:00, and from 15:30 pm to 17:30 pm) and 10 minutes outside peak hours (it also runs at night).

Line 5C

Copenhagen Airport to Herlev Hospital
Stops: Copenhagen Airport – Skottegardsskolen – Sundbyvester Plads (Amagerbrogade) - Sundbyvester Plads (Slofjen) – Amagerbro St. – Hovedbanegarden (Tivoli) – Radhuspladsen – Norreport St. – Norrebro St. – Bellahoj – Husum Torv (Slojfen) – Husum Torv – Herlev Hospital (Slojfen).

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday: From 3:45 am to 1:41 am, every 12 minutes
Saturdays: From 3:00 am to 1:30 am, every 20 minutes
Sundays: From 3:00 am to 2:25 am, every 20 minutes

Line 35

Copenhagen Airport - Dr Byen St.
Copenhagen Airport - Airport East - A. P. Møllers Alle - Stationsplads Dragør - Store Magleby - Tommerup - Sundbyvester Plads - Dr Byen St.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: From 5:06 am to 23:59 pm, every 28 minutes.
Saturdays: From 5:07 am to 23:59 pm, every hour.
Sundays: From 5:06 am to 23:59 pm, every hour.

Line 36

Copenhagen Airport - Nøragersmindevej
Copenhagen Airport - Korsvejens Skole - Tårnby st. – Nøragersmindevej
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: From 5.11 am to 0.35 am, every 8 minutes.
Saturdays: From 5.47 am to 0:33 am, every hour.
Sundays: From 6:12 am to 0.35 am, every hour.

For more information regarding bus schedules and lines, please visit Copenhagen public transport site.

Location

Find the bus terminal outside of Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
At Terminal 2, there is only for passenger drop-off, while at Terminal 3 there is either for passenger pick-up and drop-off.

Fares

Regarding fares, see attached the established fares by Copenhagen Public Transport Authority:

For a one-way ticket, you need to purchase one which is valid within the zones you need to travel to. You can inform about it by taking a look at the zone maps displayed at the stations.

- Price per zone is of DKK 12.00. You always need to pay for a minimum of 2 zones, so then it will be of DKK 24.00.

- Your ticket will be valid for between 1 and 2 hours according to the zone number your ticket is.

- For 1 adult ticket, 2 children under 12 years can travel without charge.

For further details and more options regarding Copenhagen Public Transport Fares, please see the section “Travel Cards”.

Where can I buy my ticket?

You can buy your ticket from the bus driver on board in case you have small change; otherwise, you can buy it from the ticket machines at the stations or by the Copenhagen Public Transport app.

Gråhundbus

Line 999: By taking this bus, you’ll be able to get from Copenhagen Airport to the Swedish city of Malmö. Total trip time of 35 minutes.

Stops: Gustav Adolfs Torg, Södervärn, Mobilia, Stadionsgatan, Bunkeflo (Skanegarden), Copenhagen Airport (Terminal 2), Sydhavnen (Badehavnsgade), Hovedbanegarden (v- Hotel Plaza), Norreport St., Kongens Nytorv (Det kgl Teater).

Opening hours: From 10:30 am to 17:45 pm, three times a day.

For further information, please visit Gråhundbus website.

Location

Find the bus terminal outside of Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
At Terminal 2, there is only for passenger drop-off, while at Terminal 3 there is either for passenger pick-up and drop-off.

Fares

One-way ticket is DKK 100.00.

For further information regarding fares, please visit Gråhundbus website.

Where can I buy my ticket?

You can buy your ticket at Gråhundbus booths while at Bus Terminal.

Jutland Bus Express

Line 888: By taking this bus line, you’ll be able to travel between Copenhagen Airport to Aarhus and Aalborg various times per day. Total trip time is of 5h 15 minutes.

For further information regarding time schedules, please visit this website.

Location

Find the bus terminal outside of Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
At Terminal 2, there is only passenger drop-off, while at Terminal 3 there is either passenger pick-up and drop-off.

Fares

For further information regarding fares, please visit this website.

Where can I buy my ticket?

You can buy your ticket at Jutland Bus Express booths while at Bus Terminal.

Other bus lines

Lines 820 (to Oslo via Gothenburg) and 832 (to Uppsala via Stockholm) are offered by GoByBus and Bus4You companies.
For schedule and fares, please check out each company website.

Location

Find the bus terminal outside of Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
At Terminal 2, there is only passenger drop-off, while at Terminal 3 there is either passenger pick-up and drop-off.

Travel cards

For taking either bus, train or metro, there are available several travel cards which will allow you to plan your trips throughout Copenhagen without worrying about money.

See attached the following card options:

- City Pass: By choosing the City Pass card of either 24 or 72 hours you’ll able to enjoy unlimited trips on buses, trains and metro in zones 1 to 4 of Central Copenhagen area and also from / to Copenhagen Airport.

Fares as detailed:

- 24-hour City Pass card: DKK 80.00
- 72-hours City Pass card: DKK 200.00
- It is half price for children under 16 years old.
- Copenhagen Card: Among the advantages given by City Pass card, with Copenhagen Card you’ll also be able to enter to 73 city museums and sights as well. Also, you’ll be able to enjoy unlimited bus, train and metro ride within Greater Copenhagen area, that means to zone 1 to 99; among other cool advantages: Discount on restaurants, attractions and car hire.

You can find Copenhagen Card valid for 24, 48, 72 or 120 hours.

Fares as detailed:

- 24-hour Copenhagen Card: DKK 379.00.

- 24-hour ticket: By this card, you’ll be able to get unlimited transport rides in the Greater Copenhagen area, that means you’ll have access to transport in zones 1 to 99 for a whole day.

Fares as detailed:

- 24-hours ticket: DKK 130.00.
- It is half price for children between 12 and 15 years old.
- If you wish, you can purchase your 24-hours ticket by Mobilbilletter app.