Odd-size bagage

Odd-size baggage is special baggage, that for some reason cannot be dropped off at the regular check-in counters or bagdrop

Notice: The rules for odd-size baggage can vary from each airline. It is recommended that you check the baggage rules for your airline, before your journey.

Firstly, odd-size baggage must be checked in at the counter for your airline. Odd-size baggage should have a bag tag like regular luggage.

Always remember to include name, phone number and e-mail address on your suitcase and odd-size baggage. If you do not possess a permanent nametag, a temporary nametag can be found in the Information, or by contacting your airline. 

Examples of odd-size baggage:

  • Skies
  • Bicycles
  • Weapons*
  • Stroller/Push-chair
  • Televisions
  • Sports equipment like surfboards, kitesurfing-equipment, bowling balls etc.
  • Music instruments
  • Baggage weighing more than 32 kg.
  • Other kinds of baggage, that is too large for regular transport belts.

*Special rules apply for weapons in your luggage.

Odd-size delivery spots

There are two odd-size delivery spots in Copenhagen Airport:

  • Terminal 2: This delivery spot is used by the handling companies Aviator and CFS. It is located at the end of Terminal 2, next to counter 154.

  • Terminal 3: This is used by SGH (SAS Ground Handling) and is located at the SAS Ticket office and Caffeine.

Check who handles the luggage for your airline here.

Opening hours for Odd-Size

  • Terminal 2: 04:00 - 21:30 (Can be later, if there are late departures)
  • Terminal 3: Is open to passengers for flight departures/needs