Longer waiting times
We are currently experiencing extra bustle at the airport. This may mean longer waiting times than usual. Therefore, come in extra good time and be prepared with the necessary travel documents. Follow your flight and get advice and guidance for your trip. See our guide “Get off to a good start” here at cph.dk for advice on your journey from Copenhagen Airport, and check your flight time here.
We are currently experiencing extra bustle at the airport. This may mean longer waiting times than usual. Therefore, come in extra good time and be prepared with the necessary travel documents. Follow your flight and get advice and guidance for your trip. See our guide “Get off to a good start” here at cph.dk for advice on your journey from Copenhagen Airport, and check your flight time here.
 

Metro

Get quickly to and from Copenhagen Airport and the city centre by metro

How to travel to and from the airport by metro

The metro station is located in direct extension of Terminal 3. The Metro runs every 4–6 minute during the day and evening hours, and at a 15–20 minute intervals at night. It takes 15 minutes from Nørreport Station to the airport by metro.

Where do I buy tickets for the metro?

Tickets for the Metro can be purchased at the station and at DSB's ticket office in Terminal 3. Please note that the ticket machines do not accept notes, only coins and credit cards such as Dankort, VISA, etc.

For further information regarding the metro go to m.dk.

Go straight to security from the metro via the footbridge

If you are traveling with hand luggage only, then you can go directly form the metro to the security checkpoint, Terminal 2 and SAS Fast Track via the 100 metre long footbridge.

Check-in at the station

At the metro station (at the end of Terminal 3) the airport has two self-service machines where you can print boarding cards and labels for your luggage. All major airlines are connected to these self-service machines.