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Flights to Copenhagen

Cheap Flight Tickets to Copenhagen

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Embark on one of the numerous daily SAS flights from London to Copenhagen. Book your cheap plane tickets now and get 90% discount on children’s tickets, as well as an array of perks and bonuses included in your tickets.



Book one of the many SAS flights departing for Copenhagen throughout the day. SAS offers flights all day so that you may choose the flight best suited to your schedule and business or leisure requirements.

Fly with SAS to Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup – our central hub in Denmark. The airport is located just 8 km from Copenhagen city centre, with easy access to and from the city.

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Plenty of cheap tickets to Copenhagen are on offer in the low fare calendar. Keep a keen eye on the SAS low fare calendar and get a bargain for the trip of your deams.

The SAS 24-hour money back guarantee is here to make sure that you get a full refund, if you or your travel companions find yourselves having to cancel. The only thing you have to do is cancel within the first 24 hours after booking

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Cheap flight tickets to Copenhagen



SAS offers several daily flights from London to Copenhagen. This enables you to book the flight that best suits your schedule. Included in your ticket are several perks to sweeten your voyage, when you travel with SAS.

Departing from the new Terminal 2 – the Queen’s Terminal in Heathrow. The light and spacious building was especially designed to make travel more comfortable and easy.

Whenever you choose to fly, SAS has will make sure your journey is easy, comfortable and relaxing.

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Fly to the beautiful Danish capital from airports all over the United Kingdom. This makes it fast and easy to get to your preferred destination in Denmark.

We want to make you feel as comfortable as possible, when you are in the air. All departures from the UK are direct flights. 

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An array of bonuses has been included in your ticket at no extra cost. Travelling with SAS should be as enjoyable as possible from the moment you book your ticket to the moment to the moment your holiday ends. Included in your tickets are:

• 24- hour money back guarantee

• Online check-in

• Seat selection 22 hours prior departure

• Coffee and tea

• Newspapers in our App

Child discounts of up to 90 %



SAS offers generous discounts on children’s tickets of up to 90% depending on the child’s age. Children also earn EuroBonus points when they fly with SAS.

Children between 0-23 months enjoy a 90 % discount on their ticket, when they travel on their parent’s lap. If the child has its own seat, the discount is up to 25 %.

Children below the age of 12 get their own seat and enjoy a 25 % discount.



Why not make your travel even more easy, comfortable and rewarding? EuroBonus is the premier SAS loyalty and frequent flyer program. It is completely free and you accumulate points when booking flights, hotels, car rentals and everyday purchases.

Redeem your points at SAS and our many partners to get new flight tickets, upgrades, hotel stays and much more. 

As a EuroBonus member, you get more benefits the more you fly. 

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People travel in many different ways, which is why SAS has created different flight tickets, so you can choose the one best suited to your needs:

• SAS Go Light – for you with just carry on, 1 x 8 kg

• SAS Go – bring 1 item x 23 kg 

• SAS Plus – 2 items x 23 kg, access to SAS Lounge, Fast Track and premium bag drop

The different flight tickets let you choose how you want to fly with SAS in an easy way. 

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The airport is the largest in the Nordic and serves more than 26 million passengers each year. Copenhagen Airport serves most of Zealand and a large part of southern Sweden. It is by far the busiest airport in Scandinavia.

It is also one of the oldest airports in Europe. Copenhagen Airport is a modern airport and has been elected Europe’s best airport multiple times by ASQ. You can shop in its many shops or grab a bite to eat in the airports fine restaurants.

Copenhagen Airport is located just 8 km from the centre of Copenhagen – and 24 km from Malmö city centre. It is easy to get to and from the airport with public transportation, as well a by car.



There are multiple modes of transportation that takes you to and from the airport.

If you need to get to one terminal from another, you can use the airport buses that depart every 15 minutes and every 20 minutes at night. They connect all terminals at the airport with 11 stops in total. You can use them free of charge.

Copenhagen Airport has its own station. It is located underneath Terminal 3. You can board trains headed for Swedish and German cities as well as a wide range of cities within Denmark, with many daily departures from the station.

Line M2 of the Copenhagen Metro runs from the western part of Copenhagen all the way to the airport. The Metro station is located at Terminal 3 two floors above the rail station. It runs every 4-6 minutes in the daytime and every 15-20 minutes at night. It is by far the quickest way to Copenhagen and many of its suburbs.

You can catch many different buses at the airport depending on your final destination. You can also find buses heading for Sweden and Norway at the airport.

Taxis to both Danish and Swedish destinations can be found outside Terminal 3 – tips are included in the overall fare.



Taxis to both Danish and Swedish destinations can be found outside Terminal 3 – tips are included in the overall fare.

You can pick-up and drop off your rental car at the airport for maximum convenience. If you book from home, you can have the car waiting for you when you land. This way you are ready to go straight to your final destination without delays.

SAS collaborates with many of the biggest rental car suppliers in the world. When you search for rental cars on our website, you get a complete list of brands, models, prices and availability. This makes it easy for you to choose the right one for your journey.



Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup 

Lufthavnsboulevarden 6

2770 Kastrup, DK

Telephone number: +45 32 31 32 31


There are many ways to get around Copenhagen with public transportation. You can also rent a bicycle and thus get around the city like many locals do. Public transportation in Copenhagen is very reliable and you can get to every corner of the city easily.

All the different modes of public transportation depart often during daytime and a little less frequently at night.

You need to know how many zones your trip will span, as you pay for the number of zones you go through. If you want an easy overview of your travel, and how to get there, you can use – which is also available as an app. 

The easiest way to use public transportation as a visitor in the city is with either a City Pass or a Copenhagen Card.



In Copenhagen you will often travel with the A-lines, when you use the buses. They depart every 3-7 minutes during rush hour (7-9 a.m. and 15:30-17:30 p.m.) and every 10 minutes outside of rush hour. They drive at all hours of the day. 

You can also use the S-lines. They are quicker thanks to the fewer stops and departs every 20 minutes outside rush hour and 5-10 minutes during rush hour. You can usually use the S-buses from 6.00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. 

There are night buses in service between 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. They are called N-buses and the bus stops are grey. 



You can use the Copenhagen Metro every day all year round. It is a quick and easy way to get around the city and it connects with both bus stops and rail stations along the two lines.

They typically depart every 2-4 for minutes during rush hour and every 3-6 minutes outside rush hour and in the weekends. 

Maintenance are often performed during night. This can result in a slightly prolonged journey. Maintenance is usually performed between 1 a.m. to 1:25 a.m. and 4:15 a.m. to 4:45 a.m.  



Trains in the city of Copenhagen are called S-trains. They run from 5 a.m. to 00:30 a.m. Line F runs every 4-5 minutes and Line A, B, C and E runs every 10 minutes. Line H and Line Bx runs every 20 minutes. All S-trains run between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. Friday through Saturday. The F line runs every 30 minutes during this period.



It can be difficult to find out exactly how many zones you are going pass on your trip. If you switch between trains, metro and buses, it can prove difficult to keep track of all your tickets.

This is where the Copenhagen Card and the City Pass comes in handy. They allow you unlimited access to public transportation for a limited period of time. Use the S-trains, Metro and buses in the Greater Copenhagen area.

City Pass – choose a 24- or 72-hour card

Copenhagen Card – choose a 24-, 48-, 72- or 120-hour card 

You get the same unlimited public transportation options with both cards. If you buy the Copenhagen Card, you also get free admission to more than 70 museums and attractions.  



The city has long been famous for its biking culture. It has been voted “best city for cyclists” and it is the first Bike City in the world. Danes love to ride their bikes, when they commute as well as a leisure activity. 

There are more than 390 km. of designated bike lanes in Copenhagen alone and it is a biking heaven, if you would like to ride around on a bicycle.

As if it wasn’t easy enough to get around Copenhagen on your bicycle, the city has introduced a cycling super highway. It is a combination of bicycle lanes that starts in Albertslund – 22 km outside Copenhagen city centre. The city even has an elevated cycling bridge that wiggles it way through parts of the city.

Copenhagen has been elected the most liveable city in the world by the magazine Monocle many a time. The magazine ranks cities based on culture, tolerance, snappy public transportation, green spaces, clever architecture and much more.


The history of Copenhagen

The capital city of Denmark has a rich and varied history. There has been a settlement in the Copenhagen area for more than 1000 years and it became the capital of Denmark in 1443.

Many of the early buildings of Copenhagen still remain. A lot of the old neighborhoods like Nyhavn are popular destinations for tourists, as they offer a historical and cultural setting with contemporary experiences.



Copenhagen has one of the world’s oldest amusement parks. Located approximately 10 km to the north of the city is Bakken, which is believed to be the oldest amusement park in the world.

Bakken opened for business more than 400 years ago. It still draws a large number of visitors each year with its main attractions being its rides and shows. It is filled with modern rides and services, and has as a wooden roller coaster from 1932.

Another old amusement park in Copenhagen is the Tivoli Garden amusement park. The big amusement park, right opposite the central station, in the middle of the city also has a rich history dating back to 1843. 



Not many people know that the home of Hamlet, the fictional character from Shakespeare’s play, can be found at Kronborg Castle. The castle is located just outside Copenhagen and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

No one really knows if Shakespeare ever actually visited Kronborg. Hamlet’s castle is called Elsinore, which has become the English name for the city in which it is located – Helsingør.

You can also spot many of the famed fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen in Copenhagen, where he resided for many years. The most obvious and well known is of course the Little Mermaid, and his universally loved character can be found in the form of a famous statue, at Langelinie.



Copenhagen is a city, that has won many awards over the years. It has been elected the world’s most liveable city and the best design city. It is a wonderful city to visit and explore with no shortage of things to do and places to see. 

There are numerous sightseeing opportunities in Copenhagen. The city dates back to the 11th century, meaning it has a wide range of beautiful and historic old buildings. It is also a vibrant modern capital. Go exploring in Middelalderbyen (the Medieval City) or marvel at the ingenious modern creations such as the Copenhagen Concert Hall.



Visit Amalienborg Palace in the center of Copenhagen and say hello to the royal Danish family that resides there. Amalienborg Palace was constructed in 1748 and currently houses the Queen of Denmark and her family.

In the middle of old and beautiful castles is a square heavily frequented by tourists and locals, to watch the changing of the Royal Guards at noon each day. The Royal Guard marches from Rosenborg Castle to Amalienborg Palace in relation to the guard change. The guard change is a popular sight, both with locals and tourists and is best viewed from Bredgade.



Nyhavn is just a short walk from Amalienborg. In the older days you would not want to visit Nyhavn, as it was a disreputable quarter of Copenhagen. 

Nowadays Nyhavn is viewed as one of the prime symbols of Copenhagen’s cultural and historic spaces, in which to dine, have a cup of coffee with a great view or explore the old buildings. The brightly painted houses stand like they did many years ago and the street is filled with restaurants and cafés. It is a truly idyllic place in Copenhagen and situated right alongside the canals.

During the summer you will be able to spot many wooden ships in the canal. One of the permanent museum ships at Nyhavn is a lightship called Fyrskib that dates all the way back to 1885. 



She is one of the most recognisable sights of Copenhagen for many visitors. You cannot really visit Copenhagen without having laid your eyes on the Little Mermaid. Walk along the waterfront from Nyhavn to Kastellet – a short walk – and you will easily spot her.

The Little Mermaid is the official emblem of Copenhagen and Edvard Eriksen created her in 1913. The beautiful bronze sculpture is based on a character from one of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales.



Scandinavia is famous for its rich design culture. Therefore, it is no surprise that Copenhagen is one of Europe’s leading cities for lovers of art and design. You will find many haute couture shops in the city that caters to lovers of modern design.

There are numerous streets and districts in Copenhagen, where you can find interesting, quaint and cosy shops. There is something for everyone and every budget.



You can find almost everything in the many shops of Copenhagen. They are scattered around the city, meaning you may have to do some walking to visit them all – or you could just use the metro.


• Kongens Nytorv – cutting-edge Danish fashion brands and interior design shops

• The Latin Quarter – a hub for the up-and-coming labels

• Fiolstræde – many antique bookshops and a relaxing environment

• Frederiksberg – many small boutiques and the Royal Copenhagen factory outlet shop

• Vesterbro – one of the most happening places in Copenhagen with many quirky shops

• Bredgade – filled with shops that displays the finest antique art and Danish furniture classics

The busiest shopping district in Copenhagen is called Strøget. The long street starts from the Town Hall Square and ends at Kongens Nytorv. Here you will find everything from the top international brand names like Prada and Louis Vuitton to Zara and H&M. There are also numerous cafés and restaurants in the shopping area.



Copenhagen is a major cultural city in Scandinavia and Europe. The city is full of some of the best museums and parks in the world. 

There are many must-sees in the city, so there is certainly no shortage of things to do during your visit to the Danish capital. In late January and early February, you can enjoy world-class jazz at the 10-day Winter Jazz Festival. The Copenhagen Fashion Festival in August is an extravaganza for fashionistas, who love to keep up with current trends.



Many of the museums in Copenhagen set the bar to international standards and cover a vast part of both Danish and world history.


• The National Museum – the largest museum of cultural history and archaeology

• The National Gallery (Statens Museum for Kunst) – the national art museum of Denmark

• The Danish Resistance Museum – artefacts from the resistance of the Nazi occupation from 1940-1945

• Louisiana Museum of Modern Art – a fascinating array of sculptures, videos and paintings

• Danish Museum of Art and Design – collections of furniture, glass, textiles and other crafts

• Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek – many paintings from the Golden Age of Danish painters in the 19th century

• The Experimentarium – a hands-on science museum with many demonstrations and activities



The Copenhagen Concert Hall is home to the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. There are four separate concerts halls in the Copenhagen Concert Hall. The largest of these can hold up to 1.800 people at any given moment.

Another famous concert hall in the city is the Tivoli Concert Hall, located in the Tivoli Gardens. Here you can enjoy mostly classical music.

The Copenhagen Opera House – “Operaen” in Danish – is Denmark’s national opera house and a beautiful piece of architecture. It is one of the most modern opera houses in the world.

If you want to experience world-class performing arts, you should most definitely acquire tickets to one of these magnificent performing arts centres.



When you are done with exploring the wonderful city of Copenhagen, it is time for something nice to eat and a drink. Copenhagen actually has just as many or more Michelin stars as cities like Berlin, Madrid and Rome.

With a vast array of cosy bodegas, bars and exclusive clubs in Copenhagen, you will most certainly not get bored. There are also many beer bars all over the city. If you are looking for a place to dance, Rust and Penthouse are two favourites with locals and visitors alike.



Currency: Danish Krone

Time difference: +1

Language: Danish

Embassy: 55 Sloane St, London SW1X 9SR, United Kingdom 

United Kingdom’s embassy: Kastelsvej 36-40, 2100 Copenhagen