Special information to Thomas Cook passengers and Spies travellers: It is not yet clear what the suspension of payments will mean for the Danish and Scandinavian companies in the British Thomas Cook group. For more information contact Thomas Cook airline, Spies or your travel agent. If you are traveling with Thomas Cook flights and have your car parked at the airport, it will still stand here when you get home - no matter how late the return trip will be.


Notification of tall equipment

Height limitations are established around Copenhagen Airport as part of the overall protection of flight

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Temporary use of tall equipment at the airport or in the neighborhood of the airport must be notified to CPH. Tall equipment can be cranes, hoists, concrete pumps, etc.

In addition, under the Danish Air Navigation Act and Regulation of Civil Aviation(BL) (only in Danish), general notification requirements comply for all temporary objects near airports with a height of 25 meters or more above the terrain.

More information about notification and use of tall equipment at the airport can be retrieved under Copenhagen Airport Local regulations item 2.7.

An easement is attached to every plot surrounding Copenhagen Airport describing the specific height limitations. It is the landowner responsibility to know and upheld the attached easement.