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Flights from Copenhagen

The pretty city of Copenhagen is also home to one of Europe’s most comprehensive international travel hubs, and finding flights from this city is easy. Skyscanner can make it that much easier with our new destination feature. Just input the term ‘everywhere’ into the search bar, and we’ll summon the full catalogue of cities that Copenhagen’s airport services flights to.

 

After you’ve chosen your destination, try using our calendar to assess the full month for flight rates, as you can often find a bargain just by moving your departure date a couple of days.

 

However, choosing which date to fly, and where to go to aren’t the only ways Skyscanner can help. Our modifiable search tools are designed to help you zero in on the perfect flights. Customize your results by connections, price, route, duration, and what time you depart.

 

Finding flights from Copenhagen Airport (CPH)

 

Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is the most prominent flights hub in Scandinavia, and the largest airport in Denmark. Only 8km from Copenhagen’s city centre, this facility is accessible easily via public transport, including buses, trains, the metro, and taxi services.

 

There are over 100 direct destinations available to travellers transiting through Copenhagen. You can hop aboard flights to all over Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and North America.

 

SAS is the primary airline for domestic and international flights from Copenhagen, though you can also fly with LOT, Norwegian Air, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Air Greenland, easyJet, Air France, Thai Airways, and many more.

 

Popular destinations from Copenhagen Airport

 

Make a point to see the beautiful locations all over Denmark by flying to Central Jutland (KRP), where you can enjoy the lovely coastline, hills, and lakes of this region. Or visit Aarhus (AAR), the second largest city in Denmark, known for its trendy food scene and excellent museums.

 

Try something really different and fly the four hours to the snowy climes of Kangerlussuaq (SFJ) in Greenland, which is part of the Kingdom of Denmark, and one of the most pristine places left on earth.

 

You can also leave Denmark’s borders for the warmer weather of Barcelona (BCN), or the beaches of Costa Blanca (ALC) in Spain, both only two to three hours away. Other popular short-haul destinations are the Bauhaus streets of Tel Aviv (TLV), and the charming city of Reykjavik (KEF) in magical Iceland.

 

Flying long-haul journeys can mean throwing dice across the roulette tables of Las Vegas (LAS), exploring the colonial old town of San Jose in Puerto Rico (SJU), or hitting the shops and clubs in the sophisticated city of Singapore (SIN).

 

Please note that information is correct as of December 2016

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