Cheap Flights from Belfast to Copenhagen
Flight information Belfast to Copenhagen
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Average flight time, total distance 729 miles
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Copenhagen and Copenhagen Roskilde
This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Belfast to Copenhagen
No airlines currently offer direct flights from Belfast to Copenhagen. You can fly indirect with Brussels Airlines via Brussels, British Airways via London and KLM via Amsterdam. All of these flights depart from Belfast City Airport.
Direct flights are available from Dublin, if you don't mind a bit of travel before your flight. Compare flights from Dublin to Copenhagen now.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
George Best Belfast City Airport only has one terminal. Security and check-in are located on the ground floor, with the main departure lounge upstairs. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal. The departure lounge is small but has everything you need. There's a pub (Bushmills Bar), a sandwich shop (O'Briens), a restaurant (Harvest Market) and two coffee shops (Costa and Espression Lavazza). Shops include WH Smith, House of Ireland, World Duty Free and Boots. There's also a Travelex, in case you need to convert some sterling before your flight. As for lounges, there's a pay-in lounge run by Aspire and a British Airways lounge exclusively for the airline's business class passengers.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Copenhagen Airport is well connected to the city centre. It takes just over 10 minutes to get from the airport to the central train station (København H). Tickets cost 36 DKK, as you'll be passing through three zones. The train station is underneath terminal 3 and you can buy your tickets in the main concourse. Metros are also available and take slightly longer, at 15 minutes. Metro tickets are the same price as train tickets, and the metro station is also in terminal 3. Taxis and car hire from Copenhagen Airport are alternative options for those who prefer not to take public transport.
You need a valid passport to fly from Belfast to Copenhagen. We recommend arriving at Belfast City Airport no later than 90 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.
What to expect in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is one hour ahead of Belfast. The currency is the Danish kroner. The climate in Copenhagen is a bit more extreme than Belfast, with warmer summers and colder winters. The average temperature in July and August is 17°C, with highs of 21°C. In contrast, winters are really cold. The average temperature in January is 0°C and during February you can expect lows of -3°C. You might need to break into your piggy bank: Copenhagen is a lot more expensive than Belfast. Dinner for two in a mid-range restaurant will cost you about £70* on average (compared to £40* in Belfast) while a pint of beer is about £5.20*. These these 9 things to do in Copenhagen on a budget should help you save some pennies.
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*Prices subject to change
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