An airport can be a stressful environment, especially one as busy as Copenhagen which is the third busiest in northern Europe. By the time you've checked in and queued for the security procedures you might just want to sit down and relax. But relaxing can be difficult with the sheer number of people crowding the boarding areas.
However, by booking into one of the VIP lounges in the departures areas, you can make yourself comfortable in the relaxed seating areas, take advantage of the complimentary food and drink on offer, watch television or read the provided newspapers and magazines.
On the other hand, if you want to take care of some last-minute business before your flight, the peaceful environment and free Wi-Fi will enable you to concentrate. Some lounges also have workstations.
Several lounges are open to all passengers on payment of the appropriate fee. There is complimentary access for the holders of certain tickets on associated airlines and members of affiliated card schemes such as Priority Pass. Airline lounges generally only admit their own qualifying passengers.
The Aspire Lounge is located in Terminal 2, between Piers A and B and is open from 06:00 to 20:45 (hours may vary). From security turn right and the lounge is on the right. The admission fee is 150 DKK and accompanied children under three are admitted free. The dress code is casual, but no sportswear, baseball caps or shirts with offensive slogans.
- Air conditioning
- Beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks
- Hot beverages
- Savoury and sweet snacks
- Free Wi-Fi
- Charging points
- Reading materials
- Flight information screens
- Smoking area
Business class passengers from the following airlines have free access: Aeroflot, Air Greenland, Czech Airlines, Finnair and Qatar Airways. Check with the companies for terms and conditions.
The Atelier Lounge is a very colourful place situated in Terminal 2 near to Pier A. The opening hours are 05:00 to 20:30 Sunday to Friday and 05:00 to 20:00 on Saturday. Walk-up entry costs 189 DKK. Access is free for business class passengers on Air France, KLM and Finnair.
- Facilities are similar to those in the Aspire Lounge but in addition, there are televisions and the lounge is non-smoking. The toilets are close to the lounge.
The Aviator Lounge is also located in Terminal 2 between Piers A and B. From security turn right and the lounge is on the left. Admission for walk-up passengers is 155 DKK. The Lounge opens on Sunday to Friday from 05:00 to 20:30 and on Saturday 05:00 to 20:00.
- The lounge is non-smoking and in addition to the facilities in the aspire lounge you can use the printer, copier and computer with internet access.
The Eventyr is a premium Lounge with panoramic views. It is in Terminal 2 on the second floor of Pier C, close to Gate 26. The lounge is open Sunday to Friday 05:30 to 20:30 and Saturday 05:30 to 17:30. Entry is only for non-Schengen international passengers and the fee is 250 DKK with free access for certain passengers on British Airways, Emirates, Delta Airlines and Norwegian.
- This non-smoking lounge has business facilities with telephone and the use of computer or iPad with internet access. There are showers and hot and cold meals and snacks are available.
SAS Lounge and SAS Gold Lounge
The two SAS lounges are in Terminal 3 to the left after SAS Fast Track. It is free to use for certain classes of ticket holder and members of qualifying levels of their frequent flyer program. Other SAS passengers can purchase admission. For full details and terms and conditions visit the SAS website.