Book a Private Jet to Copenhagen Kastrup Airport
Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is the main international airport of the Danish capital and, with three runways, one of the busiest in Scandinavia. Copenhagen charter flight passengers enjoy exceptional service and a short 8 kilometre transfer by car to the city centre.
Copenhagen Airport (CPH)
Opened in 1925, Copenhagen Kastrup Airport was one of the world’s first municipal airports. A mere seven years after its construction, the airport’s air traffic reached 6,000 take-off and landings annually, a huge number at the time. Starting in the 1960s, Copenhagen Airport was expanded in several stages: in 1960, Terminal 1, which was originally built in 1939, was expanded to incorporate Terminal 2. In the 1980s, a cargo facility and a new multi-story carpark with capacity for 2,400 cars were added. In 2001, luxury hotel accommodation was constructed on the airport’s grounds. Recent figures at Copenhagen Airport recorded 251,000 flight movements annually (2014) with over 28.9 million passengers (2016).
Copenhagen Airport Location
Distances from Copenhagen Airport to:
- Amalienborg Palace: approx. 10 kilometres by car
- Royal Danish Theatre: approx. 9 kilometres by car
- Strøget pedestrian zone: approx. 14 kilometres by car
- Børsen: approx. 9 kilometres by car
Private Jet from Copenhagen: Convenient, First Class Travel
Located in the suburb of Kastrup, part of the Tårnby municipality, Copenhagen Airport is a major hub for Scandinavian air traffic and SAS Scandinavian Airlines, with direct connections to many destinations within Scandinavia. Also serving numerous other non-stop destinations in Denmark and throughout Europe, the most popular destinations for flights from Copenhagen are:
- Copenhagen ✈ Aalborg (EKYT / AAL): approx. 45 minutes
- Copenhagen ✈ Sønderborg (EKSB / SGD): approx. 45 minutes
- Copenhagen ✈ Oslo (ENGM / OSL): approx. 1 hour 5 minutes
- Copenhagen ✈ Stockholm Bromma (ESSB / BMA): approx. 1 hour 5 minutes
- Copenhagen ✈ London Luton (EGGW / LTN): approx. 1 hour 40 minutes
Flights from Copenhagen to Aalborg (AAL) and Sønderborg (SGD) are each a short three quarters of an hour, with a limousine or taxi ride making an easy 15-minute transfer into either city. Due to the latter’s location on the Flensburg Fjord, the northern German town of Flensburg is also a comparatively short journey of under an hour.
A business flight from Copenhagen to Oslo (OSL) is just over an hour. Because the airport is an approximately 50 kilometre distance from the Norwegian capital, a car journey into the city is about 45 minutes. A private jet from Copenhagen Airport can similarly land at Stockholm Bromma (BMA) in about an hour. However, in this instance, the city is a quick 8 kilometres from the airport, depending on traffic, which takes about 25 minutes by car.
For business commitments in London, a flight to London Luton (LTN) from Copenhagen takes one hour and 40 minutes. Upon landing, the quickest transfer into central London is by helicopter shuttle.
Copenhagen Airport has three terminals. However, as Terminal 1 is currently closed, all domestic and international flights are being processed through Terminals 2 and 3. Private aircraft operating as charter flights from Copenhagen Kastrup Airport offer luxurious accommodation on board, accompanied by exclusive service on the ground. The lounge areas serve hot and cold drinks as well as a generous selection of light snacks. Office and conference space is available for booking. Passengers arriving in their own vehicles can take advantage of optional services such as:
- External and internal vehicle detailing
- Tire care and rotation
Copenhagen Kastrup Airport occupies an area of 1,100 hectares and is directly on the coast, 5 metres (16 ft) above sea level. The airport has three runways. 04L-22R und 04R-22L run parallel to the ships’ fairway, reducing the impact of noise levels in the city and its suburbs. The third runway, 12/30, crosses the other two and is only used in fair weather conditions during the daytime.
|Runway||Length and width||Surface|
|04R/22L||3,300 m × 45 m||Asphalt|
|04L/22R||3,600 m × 45 m||Asphalt|
|12/30||3,070 m × 45 m||Concrete|
Transfers to and from Copenhagen
Copenhagen Airport is a convenient 8 kilometres south of the city centre, around a 20 minute journey by taxi, hire car, or limousine. Because the airport is directly connected to the causeway crossing the Øresund Sound, a quick connection to Sweden is also possible. For those who prefer to drive themselves, car hire providers are located in the west wing of the airport.
Charter a Private Jet to Copenhagen and Discover the City of Spires
Arriving in Copenhagen by private plane is the most comfortable and convenient way to begin a journey of discovery in Denmark’s beautiful capital city. Whether you’re someone who enjoys grand hotels or small boutique properties, Copenhagen has high-level accommodation to suit every taste. The Hotel Nimb is a favourite for its wonderfully designed rooms as well as its location close to the famous Tivoli Gardens and other popular attractions. A first visit to Copenhagen wouldn’t be complete without seeing the statue of the Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace, and the Børsen, a spired building that once housed Copenhagen’s stock market. Copenhagen’s cultural scene is rich, with several recently opened venues including a modern concert hall and opera house. Fans of Scandinavian design will find no shortage of furniture and home décor shops in Copenhagen. Enthusiastic shoppers should be sure to save some time to stroll the Strøget, which at 1.1 kilometres is one of the longest pedestrian shopping streets in the world, with famous luxury brands and boutiques from the most celebrated Scandinavian fashion designers. Copenhagen should also be experienced from the water, whether in a short boat ride around the city, or hire of a yacht. Langelinie Harbour is a convenient 2 kilometre walk path to the centre and has 100 boat docks for members and guests.
Book a charter flight to Copenhagen with JetApp and arrive refreshed, ready to make the most of your time in the Danish City of Spires.
- Airport code: EKCH / CPH
- Surface area: 1,100 ha
- Altitude: 5 m (16 ft) above MSL
- Passengers per year: 28,986,494 (2016)
- Aircraft movements per year: 251,799 (2014)
- Runway operating hours: 24/7
- Runways: 3 (3,300 m; 3,600 m; 3,070 m)
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