How long does it take to fly to Denmark?
There are dozens of flights to Denmark from Australia, connecting various Australian cities to Denmark’s two major international airports, Copenhagen and Billund. Many of these depart from Sydney and take about 21h and 40min to fly to Copenhagen. ANA, Japan Airlines and China Eastern all fly the route, and you can get cheap flights by booking with Jetstar. Otherwise, Qatar Airways and Emirates also fly the route. Travelling from Sydney to Billund will take around 22h and 20min. Many different airline combinations fly this route, giving you a wide range of choices. There are around 15 Denmark flights from Melbourne every day, taking an average of 21h and 45min to get to Billund and about 5min longer to reach Copenhagen. You can choose to fly with Thai Airways, Jetstar, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines or Scoot, among others. Brisbane to Copenhagen flights take about 21h on average, with flights to Billund taking about 22h. Once again, you’ll have your pick of airlines, including Qantas, Emirates and Singapore Airlines.
Can you get direct flights to Denmark from Australia?
Currently, there are no non-stop flights from Australia to Denmark, but you can find the fastest ones using the filters in the momondo flight schedule pages. The quickest flight from Brisbane Airport (BNE) is with Qantas, which flies to Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND), where you’ll transfer to SAS, landing finally at Copenhagen Airport (CPH). To fly from Brisbane to Billund Airport (BLL), you can again depart on Qantas, landing once more in Tokyo to change to All Nippon Airways (ANA) for another leg to Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) and then a transfer to SAS for the last leg. From Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL), you can reach Copenhagen in about 20h and 15min, leaving either on Jetstar, Qantas, Singapore Airlines or Scoot, then transferring to Singapore Airlines at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). You can also reach BLL in about 21h, on the same route, with a transfer to SAS in Copenhagen to fly to Billund. The shortest flights from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD) take the same route as flights from Melbourne to Copenhagen, using the same airlines, landing at your destination after about 20h and 40min. Flights to Billund from Sydney take about 21h and 15min on ANA, Qantas or Japan Airlines via Tokyo and Stockholm.
What is the best way to travel around Denmark?
Thanks to the reliable public transport system, travelling around Denmark won’t present much of a challenge. If you land in Billund, you can get to Copenhagen by air in just over 2h and 25min. Other options are to catch a train, which takes about 3h and 15min. A bus trip will take the same amount of time, and you can hire a car and drive there in about 2h and 45min. You can also visit major cities like Aarhus, with the train being the quickest way of getting there, a trip of about 3h and 10min. You can also fly, which takes about 3h and 40min or drive there in just under 3h from Copenhagen. Odense is about 1h and 30min from Copenhagen by train and roughly 2h on a combined bus and train trip from Billund.
Does an Australian citizen need a passport or visa to fly to Denmark?
Denmark belongs to the European Schengen region, which means that Aussies don’t need a visa to visit the country. You can stay for up to 90 days in a six-month period and enter Denmark as many times as you like until you reach that limit. You can also stay there for the entire 90 days on one holiday if you prefer.