Denmark has several airports but the Copenhagen Airport (IATA: CPH-ICAO) is the biggest and the busiest in Scandinavia as well as one of the oldest in all of Europe. Located in the town of Kastrup, south of the capital city of Denmark, the airport serves as the hub for several major airlines such as Scandinavian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttles, Blue 1, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia and Jettime among others. This international airport serves all flights to and from Copenhagen and Malmo in Sweden.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the Copenhagen Airport is very accessible coming from most points in Denmark. The Copenhagen Metro stops at the station beneath Terminal 3. Those coming or going to Sweden can take the Oresund Railway. There are also a number of buses both in Denmark and Sweden that stop at the airport. And for those who are driving their cars, the airport provides over 8,000 parking spaces with online space reservations available through the airport’s website.
There are four terminals in this world-class international airport, with another one being built to accommodate more passengers. Domestic flights are served in Terminal 1 while international flight passengers go through Terminals 2 and 3. With the advent of low-cost airlines, the CPH Go Terminal was opened to service these flights. Passengers who are waiting for their flights can while away the time in the transit halls which boast of more than 45 duty-free shops, restaurants, microbreweries, bars, beauty salons and many more. The airport also has several wireless internet points.