PO Box 74, Lufthavnsboulevarden 6, DK 2770 Kastrup, Denmark
Telefon: 3231 3231
The airport is located 8km (5 miles) southeast of Copenhagen.
How to get there
From Copenhagen, the airport can be accessed from the E20 highway. The Kystvejen coastal road, running around the airport, connects to the Øresund motorway at Dragr. The Øresund Bridge is a toll bridge that connects Sweden (near Malmö) and Denmark and is the main route to the airport from destinations in Sweden.
Information about parking possibilities at Copenhagen Airport
Access by public transport
There are direct high-speed DSB trains to Copenhagen Central Station (journey time - 12 minutes), as well as a number of other destinations in Denmark and Sweden (tel: 7013 1415; www.dsb.dk ). The train station is situated in Terminal 3.
a Metro (tel: 3311 1700. www.m.dk ) extension (line M2) opened in 2007, connecting to the city centre. The Metro station is also situated in Terminal 3.
Several buses, include bus 30, 250S and 500S, run from the airport to the city centre and beyond. Night bus 96N runs from Terminal 3 to Rådhuspladsen. Long distance destinations in both Denmark and Sweden are also served by a number of operators. Further information from Movia (tel: 3613 1415; www.movia.dk ).
Taxis are readily available from ranks outside the Arrivals areas of Terminals 1 and 3.
Information desks (tel: 3231 2448) are located in the Arrivals and transit halls in Terminals 2 and 3, and there is a visitor centre in Terminal 3.