Copenhagen Airport has a very special location, right between Denmark and Sweden. For all Danes, and more than a third of the entire Swedish population, Copenhagen Airport is the closest international airport to their homes.
Additionally the propensity to travel of people living in the Copenhagen catchment area surpasses that of any other major airport in Europe.
4.1 million people are living within a travelling time of approximately two hours from Copenhagen Airport.
A survey among people living in the Copenhagen catchment area shows:
- 75% of Danes and South Swedes travelled internationally within the past year. Additionally 17% travelled domestic.
- That people generally travels more and the share of air travel is increasing too.
- The Copenhagen capital region has the highest share of trips by plane (70%) and Southern Jutland the lowest (53%)
- The time of transportation to the airport is the main driver for choice of airport. In regions with airport alternatives, ticket prices are equally important
Working with CPH and regional partners
Global Connected - a route development programme:
Press and marketing assistance:
The well-developed infrastructure makes travelling to CPH from both Denmark and Sweden easy and fast. And this is whether they choose to go by car or travel with the public transportation system.
The motorway goes around Copenhagen, alongside the airport and connects Denmark to Sweden via the Øresund Bridge. In addition there is a train connection from both Copenhagen and Malmø to Terminal 3 and the Metro also connects Copenhagen City centre with Copenhagen Airport's Terminal 3.
Transportation to the airport: