Local transport


The train station is below Terminal 3. You can buy tickets by the DSB counter in the Arrivals Hall. Trains leave to the Copenhagen Central Station, to Helsingør, Bornholm and to Malmö in Sweden.

The airport was connected to Copenhagen by the metro system in October 2007.

Car and bus

The airport is eight kilometers southeast of Copenhagen along the E20 which connects Copenhagen to Malmö, Sweden via the Øresund Bridge, to use this bridge you pay at the top of the Swedish side.

In front of Terminal 2 there are stops for various bus lines. Bus numbers 2, 30, 36 and 250S (express service) go the center of the Danish capital, bus 888 connects the airport with Århus in Jutland. At night there is a bus (96N) to Rådhuspladsen. Buses in Sweden are operated by the companies: Swebus Express, Eurolines and Gråhundbus.

Car rental - Copenhagen Airport

You can find the counters for car rental companies in Terminal 3: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. In Terminal 1 there are only: Avis, Europcar and Hertz. You can also reserve a rental car in advance using the service EasyTerra provides, they compare the rates of several car rental providers in a single quote.


Many taxis can be found outside the terminals. A ride to Copenhagen lasts approximately 15 minutes and costs DKK 200. In front of the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 3 are separate places reserved for taxis to Sweden.

Airport Parking

The parking lots have five different colors: yellow (Economy, P15), orange (Economy Plus, F1), light blue (Business Light, P1, P2, P5 and P9), cobalt blue (Business Premium, P4, P7, P10 and P12) and dark blue (Business Executive, P6 and P8).

The rates:

Economy: DKK 250 for 8 days and DKK 425 for 15 days.
Economy Plus: DKK 320 (low season), DKK 445 (high season) for 8 days and DKK 530/655 for 15 days.
Business Light: DKK 145 per day.
Business Premium (covered): DKK 230 per day.
Business Executive (covered): DKK 295 per day.

For more information about parking (tel: +45(0)3252 8300).