Copenhagen (CPH) Airport

Copenhagen CPH Airport Overview

Copenhagen Airport CPH serves Denmark's capital city Copenhagen and its surrounding areas.  However, due to its location, it has also become Scandinavia's primary airport by serving as transfer agent between many Scandinavian national and regional airports and areas south of the Baltic Sea, as well as other parts of the world. CPH has also become gateway to over half a million cruise ship passengers a year.  Skytrax considers the stafff at CPH to be the most service-minded in Europe. Others rated it as the 'World's Best Low-cost Airport', and Europe's most efficient airport.

CPH Airport is located in the municipality of Tarnby on the island of Amager - 8 km southeast of the city center of Copenhagen, and accessible from motorway E20 (Oresundmotorvejen), using the 'Lufthavn' exit.  It takes only 12 minutes by high-speed trains from Terminal 3's railway platform to get to the City's Central Station, or 20 minutes to Malmoe, Sweden.

With three long runways and serving about 24M passengers, Copenhagen Airport is one of three main hubs for SAS Airlines and also hub for Cimber Sterling, Norwegian Air Shuttle & Thomas Cook Scandinavia, and is served by a host of other airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe. 
Norwegian is offering new routes to Fort Lauderdale & Los Angeles.

The on-Airport Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel
(tel. +45 3250 1501 / fax 3252 8528) is located near the Metro Station. World Travel Award has recently rated the hotel as being 'Denmark's Leading Business Hotel'.

Checking in at the Metro station 'Lufthavnen': At the end of Terminal 3 are two self-service kiosks for all major airlines checkin & for printout of boarding cards and baggag tags.

Copenhagen Airport has three passenger terminals - T1, T2, & T3.

Present and future Airport developments: 
In order to accommodate  40M passengers a year in the more distant future, Copenhagen Airport is embarking on a phased expansion project, eventually 'merging' terminals and separating arriving/ departing passengers in a more efficient way. 
The first phase of construction started August 2014 - involving Pier C extension with new gates, individual lounges, and passenger services - scheduled to be compled late 2015.  Thereafter Pier B extension will start.  Also, the Arrivals area will get more of the large baggage conveyors, and will have natural light & high ceilings. An expanded, light & airy shopping area will offer a casual Danish atmosphere.
The T2 expansion by 2,300 sq.feet, with added security lanes, is to be completed by summer 2015
















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