Denmark plane tickets & flights
Denmark is the small country north of Germany and south of Sweden. Has major ports and a friendly capital, Copenhagen.
Much of this country lies on islands and many of these lands are connected with modern bridges. Not long ago a bridge was constructed in order to link the country to Sweden.
Let us see now what with you can you reach Denmark!
Despite the fact that Denmark is a small country, it has a number of very well developed airports and airline companies are transporting quite a large number of travelers between them. Of course, the large majority of flights are flown to Copenhagen, the capital, there are very few other flights.
Some flights are rather periodically operated from Aalborg, Billund, Bornholm, Copenhagen, Karup, Odense, Sønderborg, Tirstrup-Aarhus.
Aalborg, Århus, Billund, Bornholm, Karup, Sønderborg are the cities, towns that have scheduled links to Copenhagen.
Not only Copenhagen, but about 10 other cities can be reached
Airlines serving Denmark
Cimber Sterling is based in Sønderborg, Denmark and has bases at Sønderborg, Copenhagen and Billund airports.
The fleet numbers about 2 dozen aircraft and the destinations reach over 30.
They fly to Mediterranean destinations, as well as northern countries and the UK.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines System
Part of the Star Alliance, this airline has 3 headquarters. One in Stockholm, one in Copenhagen and one in Oslo.
It is a joint company serving the 3 neighbours: Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Over 150 airplanes serve the same number of destinations, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo are the cities served.
SAS has been strongly influenced by the appearance of the low cost carriers, hasn't had the funds to modernize its large fleet, but it remains one of Europe's biggest airlines.
Worth checking them out for long haul flights. SAS flies to North America and Asia. It used to fly to Africa and South America, but those flights were ceased due to poor demand, high costs.
Sun Air of Scandinavia
Sun Air of Scandinavia is based in Billund and it is a regional carrier.
Serves Aalborg, Billund and Aarhus cities.
Flies internationally to: Brussels (Belgium), Helsinki (Finland), Paris (France), Düsseldorf (Germany), Oslo (Norway), Göteborg and Stockholm (Sweden), London and Manchester (UK).
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
Charter airline flying primarily to vacation destinations.
Reaches several southern European and northern European destinations, some places in North Africa and also Latin America, the Middle East Asia as well.
Various other carriers
Copenhagen Airport is a popular place for European carriers. You will have easy connections from just about any European capital. Additional connections to big cities are also available.
Perhaps we should rather take a look at the most interesting segments:
Low cost airline flights: easyJet (Berlin, London, Geneva, Manchester, Milano), German Wings (Köln-Bonn), bmi (Edinburgh, Glasgow), etc. were the most important low cost airlines.
Intercontinental long haul flights: Delta Airlines (New York, Atlanta), Continental Airlines (Newark), Iran Air (Tehran), PIA - Pakistan International Airways (Islamabad, Lahore), SAS - Scandinavian Airlines System (Bangkok, Beijing, Chicago, Dubai, Tokyo, Washington), Thai Airways (Bangkok).
Destinations, major airports in Denmark
Roskilde Airport (very close to Copenhagen)
Tirstrup Aarhus Airport
Last modified/updated: November 20, 2009