Planning a trip to Copenhagen? Then you will likely have to book tickets for a flight. Get the overview of the cheapest flights to Copenhagen on this page, plus some useful information about flying to Copenhagen.
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Best airlines that fly to Copenhagen
Most major airlines around the world have regular flights to Copenhagen. The city is virtually connected to all major European cities, as well as many cities outside Europe. Airlines such as British Airways, American Airlines, KLM, AirFrance, Lufthansa, Iberia, TAP, Emirates, Turkish Airlines and many others regularly fly to Copenhagen.
However, the main airline present at Copenhagen Airport is SAS. This Scandinavian airline uses Copenhagen as its main hub, so you will always find plenty of SAS flights going in and out of the city.
Norwegian is another airline with a significant number of flights to Copenhagen. Norwegian covers the most popular domestic route Copenhagen – Aalborg, plus many Scandinavian connections and even some long distance flights to the US.
And of course, low-cost airlines such as RyanAir and easyJet are present as well – primarily with continental routes to other European cities.
Copenhagen Airport is the largest in Denmark. It is located on the small island of Amager in the southern part of the city. The airport is connected to the city centre by metro, regular trains, buses and taxis.
Read more about Copenhagen Airport before your arrival.
Alternatively, you can use Malmö Airport if you find cheaper flights going there. Malmö is located near Copenhagen on the other side of Øresund, and from Malmö Airport you can take public transport into Copenhagen city centre. It will take a bit longer, but if you find a more accommodating ticket, go for it.
Facts about Copenhagen
Copenhagen is the largest city in Denmark and it also serves as the capital of the country. It is located on the eastern tip of Zealand and is part of a larger metropolitan area with Malmö in Sweden.
Home to attractions such as Nyhavn, The Little Mermaid, Tivoli Gardens and Amalienborg Castle, it is no wonder that Copenhagen gets so many tourists. Millions of people visit by every year. Due to the cold Danish weather, most tourists visit the city for cultural reasons – Copenhagen is a historic city with a lot to offer! However, the summer weather is actually quite decent, and the local nightlife and shopping options are certainly also some good reasons to visit.
If you wish to learn more about Copenhagen before you fly there, check out the following articles on Scope Trip:
- Best sights and attractions in Copenhagen
- Best places to stay in Copenhagen
- Copenhagen nightlife guide
- Copenhagen shopping guide
- Day trips from Copenhagen
The best place to visit is in summer when the weather is at its best. But this is also the main tourist season – if you want cheaper prices, consider going in autumn or spring. Copenhagen is also quite charming in December where it is full of Christmas decorations and markets.