Seamless modern urban planning fused with a rich historical tradition characterises Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. The city, dubbed by Monocle magazine as “the most liveable city” and “the best design city”, is home to celebrated nobility and renowned artists.
Copenhagen Airport is the city’s main travel hub, and it sits north of Copenhagen city centre and east of Malmo city centre. Hailed as 2007’s busiest airport among the Nordic countries, it has three terminals, as well as cafes, restaurants, and shops.
Get to Copenhagen via airberlin, Germany’s second-largest airline, offering affordable flights to major European cities. In-flight amenities include meals and drinks, newspapers, assigned seating, and a frequent flyer program.
From Dublin, fly Aer Lingus, Ireland’s flag carrier. Offering flights to Copenhagen five times a week, excluding Tuesdays and Saturdays, its economy class service includes a 32” seat pitch, and food and drinks available for purchase.
easyJet, one of Europe’s largest low-cost airlines, also offers Copenhagen flights from major European cities. With this airline, you enjoy low rates and save the environment, too. They follow an environmental code that promises carbon offsetting and lower emissions.