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As Henrik mentions, it is very easy to find the trains. Exiting the baggage claims area, you enter into Terminal 3 at the airport (not Terminal 2, which only has check-in). Walking straight ahead, simply follow the line marked by black floor tiles, and you will arrive at a point with elevators and signs looking roughly like this: This photo looks like it’s ...


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The train station is located in terminal 3. From terminal 1 you can take a free shuttle bus to terminal 3. There is a direct train to Odense every hour. Otherwise you can take one of the frequent trains to Copenhagen central station and change there for a train bound to Odense. The journey lasts a bit less than two hours. Tickets can be bought at the ...


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The train station at Copenhagen airport is about 75 meters straight ahead after you come out through customs. See pictures in the answer here. Access to the platform is via lifts or a set of inclined moving walkways. Trains towards Sweden depart from track 1, which is the closest to the direction you're coming from. Right before you reach those, there is a ...


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That depends on where you need to go for the meeting. If it's somewhere on the metro line, you can expect to be on the metro - with a paid ticket - within 30 min of touchdown, and in central Copenhagen within 20 min after that. If it's not on the metro line, but still close to the city, you can add 10-15 minutes. As long as it's central Copenhagen, it's ...


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The trains from Hovedbanegården (Central station - or anywhere else in Copenhagen) going to Malmø all goes past, and stops at, the airport, so no need to go back and forth. When you come out of the bagage collection area into terminal 3 (terminal 2 only has check-in for departures, everything else is shared), just go straight ahead, there's less than a 100m ...


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As Copenhagen and Warsaw are both in the Schengen area, you will immigration in Copenhagen. Although you won't need to get you checked bags, immigration could still take a while, depending on when you arrive. If you booked both on the same ticket, your carrier has a responsibility to get you to Warsaw, so even if you miss your second flight (e.g. if your ...


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When he gets out into the arrivals hall, he just has to walk straight ahead, then he'll come to the train station. I don't know if there are any direct trains from Copenhagen Airport to Odense though, so he might have to change trains at Copenhagen Central station (København H), in that case he'll probably have to change platform there.


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(1) Some discounted tickets marketed as "DSB Orange" are only valid on a specific train, but ordinary tickets will be valid on any train no matter whether you have a matching seat reservation. If you don't catch the train you have a reservation for, you will of course not be guaranteed a seat, but unless you run into the outbound commuter peak, your chances ...


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I travel from or through Copenhagen frequently, and have never noticed this service. In fact, I have never seen it in any Scandinavian airport, so I would go on a limb and say no.


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Showering at CPH The Copenhangen Airport website carries no mention of public shower facilities, except for in the page specific to the CPH Regus Business Lounge which gives you a 2h access to the lounge, access to showers and a breakfast for 250DKK. You can also buy access to the lounge at 80DKK per hour. Prices are quoted at the time of writing. There ...


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According to Googla Maps, there is a bicycle rental shop little bit far from the airport, the address is: Bikify Holmbladsgade 27 2300 København Denmark The distance is around 6km, you can take the bus that will drop you there faster, or you can walk and make it in 1hr. This is the full route in Google maps. Screenshot from Google Maps Anyway, ...


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As at any other major airport, you can simply walk out of the terminal and catch a taxi. You can only expect the taxi drivers to accept local currency and it may even be difficult to get change for larger bills. In all Scandinavian countries, card payments are much too common for taxi drivers to have plenty of change. At least in Oslo and Stockholm, you ...


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Arriving at CPH you will need to go through immigration (i.e. passport control) as you're coming from a non-Schengen country. To get to the departure gate for the Faroe Islands you will not need to go through security (only non-EU arrivals go through security screening) and can go directly to your gate once you pass immigration. (Note: you might be lucky ...


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The answer is "Yes" but only if you are arriving from an intercontinental flight. EuroBonus Gold & Diamond members can also access SAS lounges if arriving from a SAS-operated intercontinental flight (except at Newark due to airport authority regulations). https://www.flysas.com/en/travel-info/at-the-airport/lounges/lounge-access/ I would presume ...


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The answer is unfortunately "it depends". It depends on the airport layout, the specific flight route, and the rules and regulations of the frequent flyer program and your specific access tool. It's a lot easier when you can stay airside. If you are flying domestic in the US you do arrive airside and you can chose when to leave the secure area and pick up ...


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I would think you have two options: Get a porter to take you baggage from the conveyor to the train. Here is an example of a service that does this. The train station is inside the airport so it's not bad. Then get a taxi at the other end, and maybe a station porter to help you. Get an airport porter to the taxi rank (the service linked to above will do ...


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Walking time is estimated to be about 15min (see overview+timing map and detailed T2/3 map) and suggested transfer times are about 45min (official times). SAS has a page giving info on 'from the US to Copenhagen and onwards' which states arriving at T3 there will be screens showing transfer options and times to T1.


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According to the map available on the aiport's website, there is a transfer centre within the transit area (on the map it is shown slightly to the left of the central tax free shopping area).


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When arriving at CPH, you will follow the "international Transfer" signs Leading you through a security control. Then, because you're continuing on a "domestic" flight (as Denmark and Slovenia are both part of the Schengen Area, which is a single country for border purposes), an Immigration checkpoint will follow. Then you hop on the flight to Ljubljana, ...


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With only carry-on baggage, you will not need to pass through customs in Copenhagen, but (assuming your Adria flight is to Ljubljana, or indeed if it is to any Schengen destination) you will have to pass through immigration controls in Copenhagen, because you will be entering the Schengen area there. The flight from Copenhagen to Ljubljana is an "internal" ...


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Assuming you have to recheck luggage (if you have a single ticket, check with Icelandair before you do anything rash!) it will be cutting it rather close. It will probably take at least 20 minutes until your bag is on the carousel, longer than that in busy periods. The baggage reclaim is in Terminal 3 for all international arrivals, and you then have to ...


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