Copenhagen Airport (CPH)
Travel and Ground Transport
Copenhagen International Airport (CPH) is a major transportation hub. Generally public transport to the airport is reliable, efficient and on time.
The airport has a modern train station located outside Terminal 3 and there are taxi ranks and regular bus services that go to most parts of the city and destinations farther afield.
There are a number of bus services managed by different operators which run to different parts of the city and the surrounding area. Bus number 12 from Islev and Viemosevej goes to Copenhagen Airport (CPH) as well as bus number 30 from Vesterport street; 96N from Farum street and Slangerup Rutebilstation; 250S from Buddinge street; and 888 from Århus. These services are operated by Abildskou. Gråhundbus (Greyhound) also operates services to many different places throughout the region. Eurolines, Swebusexpress and Safflebussen operate bus services from Sweden to Copenhagen Airport (CPH).
There is a free shuttle bus service, number 38, which operates from 06:00 to 23:30. Departing every 10 minutes, with bus stops at all three terminals, the service connects the airport with downtown Copenhagen.
Many of the large hotels operate a free shuttle bus to and from Copenhagen Airport (CPH). Visitors should enquire about these services with the hotel of their choice prior to arrival at Copenhagen Airport (CPH).
There are taxi ranks at the airport, located outside terminals 1 and 3, while taxis are permitted to drop-off passengers outside all three terminals. Note that there is a specific taxi rank outside Terminal 3 for passenger wishing to travel to Sweden. Taxi fares include VAT and payment can be made via credit card.
Executive and VIP travel can be arranged by limousine. There are a number of hire services that specialise in transfers to Copenhagen Airport (CPH). Onelimo, Copenhagen Airport Limo Service and Dansk Limousine Service all provide first-class vehicles and a high standard of service.