The Copenhagen Airport of the future will be a hub for cargo carried by train, ship or truck. Copenhagen Airport has an attractive location, which allows integration of all these modes of transport.
The Øresund Link between Denmark and Sweden connects to land next to the airport, and there are exits from the Danish and Swedish motorway networks directly into the airport areas.
Moreover, railway tracks have been laid for the coming Airport Business Park in the eastern area of the airport, and the railway tracks run in a tunnel through the airport landside areas. There is an underground station next to the existing passenger terminals, so Copenhagen Airport also serves as a hub of surface traffic between Denmark and Sweden.
Its attractive geography and location have helped make Copenhagen a northern European hub for air cargo traffic to Scandinavia, the Baltic States and the countries to the south of the Baltic Sea.