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Getting around at Copenhagen Airport.
When you are in the airport you have everything within walking distance – even between the different terminals and the shopping area.
SAS has a service center where you can get any information or help you need. The service center is located in Terminal 3.
If you are travelling to/from Schengen when arriving in Denmark, you will not have to go through pass control. But you must be in possession of valid travel documents and it is always a good idea to bring your passport along, just in case.
SAS has a dedicated “section” in Terminal 3 from which most flights that are departing to or arriving from a Schengen destination are allocated. This means that if you are traveling via Copenhagen Airport to and from a Schengen destination the gates will be in the same Finger and that is a big advantage if you have a short connection time.
Detailed map of Copenhagen Airport (PDF, 882KB)
Click here for an overview of available flight connections in Copenhagen from/to Brussels and Luxembourg during Summer 2011.
From domestic to International?
Domestic flights are located in Terminal 1 and Terminal 1 is not connected with Terminal 2 & 3 from which the international flights are located. Copenhagen Airport offer a terminal bus between the domestic terminal and international and it runs every 10 minutes from 04.30-23.18 and hereafter every 20 minutes. It is also possible to walk between Domestic and International, it takes about 15 minutes.
Here is an overview of the available bus services at Copenhagen Airport: