Cheap Flights to Denmark

Cheap Flights to Denmark

Highlights of Denmark

Denmark will always be known as the land of the Vikings. Despite having one of the most socially progressive cultures in the world, Denmark retains its image as one of the most historic destinations in the world. Here you will find a prosperous and modern nation, with Viking heritage sites and other historic locations and exhibits, just as accessible as the popular amusement parks. Among the "must-see" exhibits is the Lejre Experimental Center, also called The Land of Legends, situated in Lejre County, a few miles west of Roskilde. Another is the Viking ship museum located at Roskilde, displaying the legendary Viking ships that were excavated in 1963 prior to being deliberately sunk in 1070 as part of their strategic plot against their enemies. The Jelling stone formation, a World Heritage Site, marks the birth of Denmark. Two major parks, Legoland in Billund, and the Tivoli, are the most popular amusement parks in Denmark.

Getting to Denmark

The cheapest flights to Denmark will be routed to Copanhagen, Arhus, or Billund. These are major destinations and easily accessible, and most carriers offer cheaper tickets to these destinations.


Major airports that serve international passengers are Copenhagen Airport and Aarhus Airport, and both are served by several airlines that provide international and domestic flights. A smaller airport that serves Denmark is Malmo-Sturup Airport, serving low-fare flights to Europe and all over Denmark.


As the dominant carrier, SAS Scandinavian Airlines provides the most accessible flights to and from Denmark. The four types of flights available are domestic, Intra-Scandinavia, European and Intercontinental. SAS offers frequent flyer programs and membership clubs. A biometrics system is used for security purposes and baggage identification. Provincial airports are served by low-cost and smaller airlines. Ryanair, Norwegian Airlines, Transavia, Easyjet, and Cimber-Sterling all provide local flights to Denmark. EasyJet and Ryanair are among the best of the low cost airlines, based on their level of customer services. EasyJet has launched its EcoJet, promising fuel efficient, environment-friendly air service. Internet booking is the easiest way to book your tickets on any of these airlines.

Other Money-Saving Tips

Traveling can really cost a lot, but there are websites that offer cheaper fares for most destinations. The more flexible your schedule is, the more you can expect to save. Keep in mind the 21-day rule: most airlines increase prices 21 days away the date of departure, so booking early is important. Booking off-season flights are usually cheaper, and regardless of the season, mid-week travel will usually save you as much as 20% off the weekend fare price. The higher the demand for the dates you plan to travel, the more expensive the tickets get, so plan ahead and stay flexible.

In Closing

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