More flights to Copenhagen than anyone else – and more punctual arrivals
When you fly to Copenhagen with SAS, you have a head start. SAS is recognized as one of the very best airlines in the world for on-time arrivals and we offer non-stop service to Copenhagen (CPH), our main airport hub, from over 50 destinations in Scandinavia, Europe, North America and Asia.
Tailor your flight
All travelers have different needs and with three classes of service, SAS is able to give you the best value for money.
Standard features for all flights include free advance seat selection, free online/mobile check-in, a 23 kg baggage allowance and comfortable seats with ample legroom. On our longest routes, a SAS Go ticket will get you a wide ergonomic seat, excellent meal service, an individual entertainment screen, access to a variety of newspapers and magazines and many other features that ensure your comfort on board.
In SAS Plus, our premium economy class, you’ll get many great features you’ll love – at a lower price. For example, on long-haul flights, you can enjoy a wider and more comfortable seat in a separate SAS Plus cabin, your own laptop power outlet, superior meal service, a greater luggage allowance, including one additional piece of carry-on luggage, access to Fast Track security, priority boarding and more.
For maximum convenience and space, SAS Business is the way to go. On our longest flights, you’ll be seated in a SAS Business Sleeper seat that offers great comfort and privacy to work, relax, sleep or be entertained. From the four-course meal served with cutlery from Georg Jensen and porcelain from Royal Copenhagen to our spacious SAS Business restrooms with windows, everything is top-notch and done with Scandinavian flair and style.
Ticket prices for all classes are very competitive and it’s quick and easy to research and book flights on our website, www.flysas.com.
Copenhagen, the enchanting capital city of Denmark, is full of historical ambiance and cool Scandinavian culture. You can enjoy royal castles, modern architecture, famous Danish design, wonderful art and history museums and the New Nordic food scene that is famous worldwide. Copenhagen is also famous for its progressive bicycle culture. You can borrow a bicycle for free to make like the Danes and pedal between attractions, historic sites, shopping areas, cafés and restaurants in the city center of Copenhagen.
SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Copenhagen from around the world. What are you waiting for? Come and enjoy Copenhagen!
Our city guide will help you find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
Copenhagen doesn't need skyscrapers. It gets by with a little mermaid and an amusement park. Copenhagen is itself - beautiful, frequently nonchalant and ironic, always alive. What the visitor finds here is an experience of freedom that never needs to end.
What's up in Copenhagen
|Full bloom |
Geranium has a shiny Michelin star. Chef Rasmus Kofoed quite obviously pampers each dish.
|Some like it hot |
Danish designer Erik Bagger's vacuum jug will keep your hot drinks hot & cold ones cold.
|Rosenborg Castle |
Check out more newly opened exhibits from the Royal Danish Collections.
|Crew tip ||Passenger tip ||Passenger tip |
|Bar Rouge |
First Hotel Skt. Petri
Tel: +45 33 45 91 00
One of the hottest spots in CPH! Professional bartenders will mix your favorite cocktail while top-class DJs se the mood on the dance floor.
Magnus, air steward
|Arndal Spa & Fitness |
Kongens Nytorv 34
Tel: +45 33 37 06 68
Get a day pass for Arndal Spa for just 300 DKK. I can recommend the aromatherapy - lovely!
Islands Brygge 33
Tel: +45 32 54 11 11
I love to lean back in the cozy furnishing and enjoy the view of the canal. You'll find this brasserie on Islands Brygge.
|Travel planner |
For getting around Copenhagen, use the online travel-planner. Just enter where you're going from & to & Rejseplanen wil find what buses, trains or metros to use & when. Also works on your mobile - perfect for when you're at Islands Brygge & want to get back to your hotel on the other side of town.
Take one of the big ferries or the exciting catamaran to the enchanting little island of Bornholm. Houses are mostly old style & picturesque. People are friendly and gracious. I know - my grandparents were born there. Cheers!