Copenhagen Airport Buses
The municipal buses are operated by DOT, the public transport company of Copenhagen which also runs the Metro and local trains.
The bus stops are between the arrivals and departures areas so, on exiting arrivals, turn left towards terminal 2 following the bus signs.
There are three DOT bus routes between the airport and Copenhagen. Tickets can be bought from the vending machines in the airport and are also valid for use on local trains and the Metro.
If you will be using public transport regularly in Copenhagen you can buy a City Pass valid for unlimited travel for 24 or 72 hours.
The Copenhagen Card, in addition to unlimited travel on public transport, also gives you free admission to nearly eighty attractions in and around the city.
Line 5C - The 5C bus route connects the airport to Bellahøj with alternate buses continuing to Husum Torv. In the city centre, the stops include Skottegårdsskolen, Sundbyvester Plads, Amagerbro Station, Central Station, Rådhuspladsen, Nørreport Station and Nørrebro Station.
The bus runs every ten to fifteen minutes from 05:40 to 19:10 Monday to Friday with a less frequent service throughout the night and at weekends. Journey time to Central Station is around thirty to thirty-five minutes. For the full timetable, click here.
Line 35 - Line 35 links the airport and Dr Byen Station with stops including Dragør Stationplads, Store Magleby, Tømmerup, Amagerhallen, Sunbyvester Plads and Irlandsvej.
The service runs from 04:48 to 23:39 and during the day is half hourly. For full timetable, click here.
Line 36 - Line 36 runs from the airport to Nøragersmindevej via Korsvejens Skole and Tårnby Station. The first bus is at 05:35 and the last at 00:04. The service is approximately every twenty minutes during the day. For the full timetable, click here.
Intercity Coach Services
Line 888 - The 888 coach service is operated by Abildskou in association with Flixbus and connects the airport with Aarhus via Odense. There are seven buses per day at 06:10, 07:35, 09:15, 10:10, 11:55, 14:40 and 15:55. The journey time to Aarhus is between four and a half hours and five and a half hours depending on the traffic. An adult single ticket costs 119 Krone (DKK) and for children from twelve to fifteen years 59.50 DKK. Children under twelve travel free. For full details and to buy tickets, click here.
Line 999 - The Gråhundbus (Greyhound) links Copenhagen airport to Malmö with three services a day from Monday to Saturday at 10:30, 15:20 and 17:45. The journey time is around forty minutes. Tickets are bought from the driver and a return costs 120 DKK. Two children under sixteen can travel free when accompanied by an adult. For full details, click here.
Other Services to Sweden
- Nettbuss operate a daily service from Copenhagen Airport to Oslo via Malmö, Lund, Helsingborg, Göteborg, Uddevalla, Tanum, Sarpsborg and Moss. The coaches have free Wi-Fi and power outlets. For the timetable, click here.
- Website: https://www.nettbuss.se
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: (+46) (0) 771 15 15 15
- Swebus run a daily service between the airport and Götenborg. There are four direct coaches a day at 08:00, 14:15, 17:35 and 22:00. The journey time is just over four hours. At Götenborg you can change for other destinations in Sweden. Swebus offers free Wi-Fi and charging points for mobile devices.
- Website: https://www.swebus.se
- Telephone: (+46) (0) 771 21 82 18
The terminal bus is a free shuttle service which runs from car park P1 to terminals 2 and 3, the train station, Metro station and car parks P15 and P17 and also the car rental centre.
The shuttle is every ten minutes from 07:00 to 18:00, every fifteen minutes between 04:30 and 07:00 and 18:00 to 23:30 and every twenty minutes from 23:30 to 04:30. For the full timetable, click here.