At the test centre Falck offers 3 types of Covid-19 tests:
- An antigen test and a PCR test, both of which can document if you are infected with Covid-19
- An antibody test that can document whether you have previously been infected with coronavirus.
Falck’s test centre is a drop-in test centre and is open between 04:00 and 00:00.
If you need to get a coronatest outside of the openings hours, please contact the centre at phone +45 3231 4120.
- Departing passengers
For passengers who need a test before departure please visit Falck’s test centre located in Terminal 2 before the security checkpoint.
- Arriving passengers
Passengers, who are not vaccinated or previous infected with covid-19, arriving to Denmark from orange or red countries need to obtain a test prior to entering Denmark. The test facilities is located upon arrival and before pass control. Passengers arriving from a yellow country within EU/Schengen are obliged to be tested upon arrival at the Region H test facility at Parking 5 (P5) after the baggage reclaim area.
Who can utilize Falck’s test centre
Departing passengers can be tested before departure at Terminal 2 before the security check.
Falck tests people over the age of 6 with no symptoms of COVID-19 and who are not in close contact with someone infected with COVID-19. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- PCR test: Falck is offering passengers a PCR test at a cost of DKK 1,050. The test has been approved by the Danish authorities in line with the test provided by the Capital Region of Denmark in their test centres across the country.
- Antigen test: Falck also offers an antigen test at a cost of DKK 199.
- Antibody test: Falck offers an antibody test at a cost of DKK 299.
The passenger receives a certificate (DK and UK) as a documentation for the test result.
PCR test:4–6 hours at the earliest if the test is taken before 18:00 on weekdays and before 16:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. If the test is taken later, the certificate can be expected the next day between 12:00 and 13:00. The certificate can be sent by email in encrypted form and is best opened on a PC. A printed certificate can also be collected from Falck’s test centre in Terminal 2 or printet at the computer and printer placed next to Falck's test centre in Terminal 2.
Antigen test: 15–30 minutes.
Antibody test: 15–30 minutes.
Face coverings must be worn upon arrival at the test centre and passport shown when registering for the test.
Please note that there is no guarantee that the antigen test can be used as documentation in the countries you wish to travel to. It is entirely up to each country what type of test is accepted.
Please note that it is the responsibility of the departing passenger to know what test is needed.
Please note that an antigen test is a different type of test from the PCR test used by the authorities and that the accuracy of the two types of tests may differ.
The entry requirement of negative test documentation for passengers from high-risk countries remains in force.