Travel safely during Covid-19

Welcome back to Copenhagen Airport. At the airport we follow all rules and regulations in order to ensure you a safe travel. Below you find information and answers about Covid-19 at at the airport. We wish you a safe travel.

Before departure

Where can you travel?
 
  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel advice changes continually, depending amongst other things on the infection development and restrictions on admission. Once a week, a risk assessment is prepared categorising countries by marking them as yellow, orange or red. You can find it here: Categorisation of countries (coronasmitte.dk)
  • If in doubt whether travelling to the country in question is advisable, you can always keep up to date on the Ministry of Foreign Affair’s website.
What do the yellow, orange and red colour codes mean? 
  • For travels from Denmark, a red colour code means that all travels to the country in question are advised against. For countries marked with an orange colour code, all unnecessary travels are advised against, and for countries marked with a yellow colour code, travellers are recommended to take caution.  
Your health while travelling
 
Will I have my temperature checked when I arrive at Copenhagen Airport?
  • No, you will not have your temperature checked when you arrive at Copenhagen Airport. However, some airlines do check passenger temperatures. Please contact your airline if you have any questions.
Can I fly from Copenhagen Airport if I feel sick?
  • If you are ill with symptoms of coronavirus, you are not permitted to depart from Copenhagen Airport. We urge you to stay home, follow the instructions from the health authorities and contact your own doctor by telephone.
Denmark launches COVID-19 passport
 
  • In some countries, a prerequisite for entry into the country without quarantine is that you can present a negative test for COVID-19. As evidence for a negative test, travellers abroad now have the option to bring a personal COVID-19 passport. You can print out the new COVID-19 passport here dk, where you can also read more about the initiative.
  • Not sure whether special rules apply to the country you are travelling to? Please contact the Danish embassy in the country in question or your airline.
Remember to bring your passport with you, when you travel
 
  • As always, remember to bring your passport with you, when you travel.

At the airport

Longer queues and waiting times at check-in
 
  • As a consequence of tightened up travel restrictions, longer queues and waiting times at check-in and on arrival may be expected at the moment. Therefore, passengers are recommended to arrive at the airport 2 hours prior to departure - and 3 hours prior to departure in case of intercontinental flights. It is a good idea to check with your airline/travel agent when you are required to arrive at the airport prior to departure.
Information about departure from Copenhagen Airport
 
Do I need a coronavirus test to enter Copenhagen Airport?
  • No, as a passenger travelling from Copenhagen Airport, there is no requirement of being tested or presenting evidence of a negative test to enter the airport.
  • As a passenger, you should be aware of the fact that several countries have introduced entry rules as a consequence of COVID-19, including test requirements. Therefore, you should familiarise yourself with the entry rules applying to your destination via the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Further, you should also check whether your airline requires testing prior to boarding. Thus, we recommend that you check with your airline concerning rules when boarding.
What should I do if I suddenly feel ill while at the airport?
  • If you become ill while you are at Copenhagen Airport or on the plane, contact airport staff or flight attendants and follow the health authorities’ instructions for self-isolation and testing. See more here.
  • Symptoms of coronavirus can e.g. be fever, cough or breathing problems.
Use of protective equipment at the airport
 
Is wearing a medical face mask a requirement at Copenhagen Airport?
  • Yes, Copenhagen Airport follows the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) guidelines for safe travel. Therefore, everyone must wear medical face masks or visors in the terminals both before departure and after arrival to minimise the spread of infection, both for your own sake and that of others.
  • Children under 6 years of age do not have to wear medical face masks.

  • If you cannot wear a medical face mask or visor on medical grounds, we urge you to wear a “Please keep distance” badge. This will show our employees that you are exempt from wearing a medical face mask or visor. Please note, however, that airlines may have special requirements for the use of protective equipment on board the aircraft.
Are there special requirements for the medical face mask I am required to wear in the terminals at Copenhagen Airport?
  • We recommend that you wear a factory-made disposable medical face mask bearing the CE mark, as these have a proven high degree of filtration.

  • The medical face masks you can draw from the vending machines at Copenhagen Airport bear the CE mark.
Where can I buy additional medical face masks at Copenhagen Airport?
  • Before Security: 7-Eleven, Caffeine, Selecta vending machines

  • After Security: 7-Eleven, WHSmith, Selecta vending machines
Do I need to wear a mask if I am going from the Metro to the Øresund train or vice versa, and am only in Terminal 3 for a few minutes on my way to and from public transport?
  • Yes, in Terminal 3 you are required to wear a medical face mask when from the Metro station to the train station. We request that everyone wear a medical face mask while commuting. If you are in an area, where wearing a medical face mask is mandatory, you are responsible for having obtained a medical face mask.
Where am I required to wear a medical face mask?
  • You must wear a medical face mask in public transport, at stations and in the terminals at Copenhagen Airport.
How do I safely dispose of my medical face mask after use and when changing my medical face mask?
  • Throw your used medical face mask in the nearest bin, and then put on your new face mask.
Can I carry my alcohol-based hand sanitiser through Security?
 
  • Due to the health authorities’ guidelines for the use of alcohol-based hand sanitiser to reduce the spread of infection, the rules for liquid hand sanitiser in hand baggage have been eased. This means that you can bring alcohol-based hand sanitiser with you in containers larger than the normal 100 ml restriction. However, in line with the rules on liquid medicine, the quantity must not exceed what the security personnel consider to be ‘personal need’ for the specific journey.

  • We have set up alcohol-based hand sanitiser stations both before and after the security check, and around the airport for the convenience of all passengers and staff.

  • Apart from alcohol-based hand sanitiser, there are no changes to rules concerning what you can carry through the security check. For liquids other than hand sanitiser, you may carry a bag that holds max. 1 litre, which must be distributed in containers with a maximum of 100 ml in each.
What does Copenhagen Airport do to minimise the risk of infection?
 
  • Copenhagen Airport follows the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) guidelines for safe travel as well as the health authorities’ guidelines, and we stay up-to-date on developments. Some of the measures we have taken include increasing focus on cleaning touchpoints, requests to comply with the health authorities’ guidelines in announcements and in information material in the terminals. In addition, everyone is required to wear medical face masks or visors in the terminals and our own staff must wear visors in the airport terminals.
  • To ensure good hygiene, Copenhagen Airport has also implemented enhanced cleaning procedures for various high-touch areas and functions. For example, toilets and self-service kiosks.
  • All trays at Security are frequently washed.

How do airport staff ensure compliance with the guidelines when they are in contact with so many different passengers and colleagues every day?

  • From 15 June 2020, employees at Copenhagen Airport must wear a visor when they are in the terminals, as it is an effective means of minimising the risk of infection. A visor makes it possible to see employees’ facial expressions, thus minimising the risk of misunderstanding.
    Personnel who are shielded from passengers, such as those behind plexiglass screens, are not required to wear protective equipment.
  • We encourage our business partners to ask their employees to do the same. Employees of business partners must wear medical face masks, at minimum.
  • Employees of airlines, handling companies and stores will either wear medical face masks or visors.
  • In areas where it is not possible to comply with the health authorities’ distance requirements, plexiglass shielding has been installed. This applies, for example, to check-in desks, gates and ticket offices.

 

Where do I find alcohol-based hand sanitiser at Copenhagen Airport?

  • Copenhagen Airport has installed touchless hand sanitiser dispensers throughout the airport. Touchless hand sanitiser dispensers have been installed at touchpoints and additional dispensers will be set up in other places.


How does the airport ensure that the correct distance is maintained from other people in the airport?

  • Copenhagen Airports has put distance markers on floors and shielding in places where there is natural crowding/queues. This applies, for example, to check-in counters and ticket offices.
  • Everyone at Copenhagen Airport must keep a minimum distance of 1 metre from other passengers and airport staff.
  • Airport staff at the terminals help ensure that distance is kept.

Can I use baggage trolleys and is it safe to do so?

  • Yes, you can. We have set up touchless hand sanitiser dispensers at pick-up and drop-off points for baggage trolleys in the terminals.
Shops, cafés and restaurants at the airport
 

Copenhagen Airport's Shopping Centre is open and we follow all the authorities' guidelines regarding COVID-19.

However, you can currently experience a small selection of open shops and eateries at the airport.

  • You can see which shops and restaurants are open at Copenhagen Airport here
Pre-order your food from home
  • Pre-order your food from home and skip the queue. The food will be ready for you, when you arrive at the airport. See which cafés and restaurants offer pre-order here.

Upon arrival at Copenhagen Airport

Test before boarding
 
  • You are required to present a negative test prior to boarding a plane bound for Denmark. The test must at the time of the boarding be no more than 48 hours old.
  • The following exemptions apply: 

    • From 14 May persons travelling from yellow countries and regions are exempted from the test requirement. In case the colour categorization changes during the flight the categorization at the time of departure determines if the exemption is valid. For continuous journeys with transfer in one or more airports, the colour categorization of the country or region of the last flight to Denmark is determining.
    • From 14 May children below the age of 15 years are exempted from the ban.
    • Persons travelling to Denmark from orange countries with a proof of completed vaccination issued in an EU or Schengen country, in Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City are exempt from the test requirement. For Danish citizens proof of completed vaccination issued outside of the listed countries are also accepted. The vaccine used must be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the date of final vaccination must be at least two weeks and at most 8 months old before the time of departure.
    • Passengers, who previously have been infected with COVID-19 and therefore are unable to present a negative test result must present a positive COVID-19 test result from a test performed between 14 days and 8 months prior to the flight. These passengers are no longer perceived to be contagious. From 10 May only PCR-tests will be accepted as proof of previous infection.
Test upon arrival at Copenhagen Airport
 

It is a mandatory requirement for passengers (from 15 years of age and older) to be tested upon arrival at Copenhagen Airport. 

Exceptions to coronatest upon arrival are:

Persons who have completed a Covid-19 vaccination, following Danish conditions for being classified as fully vaccinated

  • It is a requirement that the vaccination was carried out in an EU or Schengen country as well as in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City, an OECD country (also includes Greenland or the Faroe Islands) or in a yellow third country. The vaccine should also be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). In addition, certain travel restrictions require that your permanent residence is in an EU or Schengen country as well as in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City, an OECD country (also includes Greenland or the Faroe Islands) or in a yellow third country. The conditions mean that persons who have been vaccinated in yellow third countries (i.e. countries outside the EU and Schengen as well as in Andorra, San Marino, Monaco or the Vatican City or OECD countries) fulfil these conditions.

Persons previously infected with Covid-19

  • Persons previously infected with COVID-19 must be able to present documentation showing a positive PCR test taken at least 14 days and no more than 8 months prior to boarding the aircraft and prior to the time of entry in order to be eligible.
  • Please be aware that airlines can only approve a PCR test as evidence of previous infection.

Chrildren under 15 years

  •  Children under the age of 15 are exempt from the test requirement upon arrival.

Transit passengers

  • Transit passengers who simply stay in the airport's transit area to fly further out of the country are not required to be tested upon arrival in Denmark.
For persons required to be tested upon arrival
  • It is mandatory for passengers arriving from yellow countries in the EU / Schengen to be tested after baggage claim
    • The test center is situated outside of the terminals (at Parking P5).

    • Passengers must follow the signs to the test center on P5 when leaving the baggage claim.

    • The test is mandatory, if you have not been vaccinated or previously infected with Covid-19. A PCR test is performed, to which the passenger receives a response within 24 hours. If you do not hold a Danish health insurance card, you must register at covidresults.dk before entering the test center.

    • The test is free and the test center is open every day, around the clock.

    • Failure to comply with the test requirement is punishable with a fine.
  • All other passengers, who do not arrive from a yellow country in the EU/Schengen, must be tested before entering the passport control
    • The test will be performed before entering the passport control.
    • The test is free of charge for all arriving passengers, and the answer will be ready within 15 minutes. If the result of the test is negative, you can proceed to passport control and then to baggage claim. 
Isolation requirements after entry into Denmark
  • Passengers entering from orange and red countries are required to isolate for 10 days of after entry into Denmark. The exceptions are i.a. pre-vaccinated and previously infected passengers. Find more information about mandatory isolation here at coronasmitte.dk

  • The isolation may be broken after a PCR test (with a negative result) taken no earlier than on the fourth day after entry. You are also required to isolate, even if the antigen test upon entry is negative. Read more here: coronasmitte.dk
  • Danish citizens can book time for a PCR test at http://www.coronaproever.dk with NemId. Foreign travelers, without Danish CPR or NemId, must create a profile on www.covidresults.dk in order to be tested and receive documentation for testing.

 

As a consequence of tightened up travel restrictions, longer queues and waiting times may be expected upon arrival at Copenhagen Airport.

What happens if I test positive at Copenhagen Airport? 
  • If you test positive, the authorities will take over. 
  • In practice, you’ll be lead the Region’s test centre to have a PCR test taken. Thereafter, you’ll receive instructions concerning self-isolation and additional precautions.  
Do I need to go to a hotel if I test positive?    
  • If self-isolation at your home is not an option, Falck is in contact with 3 hotels in Copenhagen, where it is possible to isolate. 
Passengers in transit
 
  • Passengers in transit, who remain in the airport’s transit area to fly out of the country, are not required to be tested upon arrival to Denmark. You are, however, still required to present a maximum 48 hour old coronavirus test before boarding a plane bound for Denmark.  
  • The requirement to be tested prior to boarding flights bound for Denmark does not apply to children up to and including the age of 12.
Travellers from Sweden
 
I am Swedish, and need to fly out from CPH. Can I still go the airport from Sweden without presenting a coronavirus test?    
  • No, upon entering Denmark a maximum 72 hour old coronavirus test with a negative result must be presented at the boarder.
I am Swedish and arriving at CPH from abroad. Do I need to be tested upon arrival if I drive straight home via The Øresund Bridge?   
  •  If you as a Swede enter Denmark to continue your journey by car or train, you are required to be tested upon arrival, if you have not recieved the Covid-19 vaccination. If you continue your journey by air, and you remain in the transit area at CPH, you are exempt from the requirement of being tested. 
  • It is not considered a worthy purpose for swedes to pick up relatives at Copenhagen Airport.
Domestic travellers
 
Am I required to be tested prior to departure as a domestic traveller from e.g. CPH to Bornholm?  
  • For domestic flights, the rule is that passengers who have not stayed abroad are not required to be tested – neither on departure nor arrival.  
Transport to and pick-up at the airport
 
Can my family/friends pick me up at Copenhagen Airport?
  • In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we want to minimise the number of people in the terminals. Only passengers with valid tickets, those accompanying PRM (persons with reduced mobility) travellers or children travelling alone, employees and authorities, have access to the airport terminals.
  • We urge you to meet and greet outside the airport terminals, e.g. at the area outside Terminal 2, at the car parks or at the taxi rank.
Can I get home/continue on from the airport using public transport?
  • Yes, there are good options to get home/continue on from Copenhagen Airport by public transport. The metro from the airport is running as usual. DSB trains are running with changes to the timetable. We refer passengers to the Metro and DSB for further information on departure and arrival times.
Illness after the journey
 
What should I do if I suddenly feel sick while at the airport?
  • If you become ill while you are at Copenhagen Airport or on the plane, contact airport staff or flight attendants and follow the health authorities’ instructions for self-isolation and testing. See more here.

  • If you experience symptoms during the next 14 days after your return home, such as fever, cough or breathing difficulties, we urge you to contact your own doctor by telephone.

Test center

Falck coronavirus test centre

Falck’s test centre
 

Would you like to be tested for coronavirus before travelling? Falck is offering passengers COVID-19 tests at Copenhagen Airport.

Three different COVID-19 tests are available at Falck’s test centre at Copenhagen Airport. These include an antigen test and a PCR test, both of which can establish whether you are currently infected with coronavirus. Falck is also offering passengers the opportunity to take an antibody test, which can establish whether you have previously been infected with coronavirus.

Read on to find out where you can be tested for coronavirus at Copenhagen Airport. We will guide you through the different coronavirus tests.

When is Falck’s test centre open?
 
  • The test centre is a drop-in test centre and is open between 04:00 and 00:00.
  • If you want to be tested outside of opening hours, call +45 3231 4120.
What kind of COVID-19 tests does Falck offer?
 
  • Falck offers three kinds of COVID-19 test, including an antigen test and a PCR test, both of which can establish whether you are currently infected with coronavirus. They also offer an antibody test that can establish whether you have previously been infected with coronavirus.
  • Passengers can thus be tested on arrival, when transferring or before travelling.
Where do I find Falck’s test centre at Copenhagen Airport?
 

Falck has test centres located both before and after security:

  • In Terminal 2, it is located before security (opposite P4). It can be used by all departing passengers.
  • At gate E109 in the non-Schengen area. All arrivals from orange countries must go through passport control – both Schengen and non-Schengen. Both arriving passengers and transferring passengers can be tested here.
  • On floor 2 of Finger C at passport control. All arrivals from orange countries must go through passport control – both Schengen and non-Schengen. Both arriving passengers and transferring passengers can be tested here.
Who can use Falck’s test centre?
 
  • Passengers can be tested before departure at the terminal 2 test centre before security.
  • Arriving passengers and crew can be tested after security in Finger E at gate 109 or on floor 2 of Finger C at passport control.
  • Falck tests people over the age of six with no symptoms of COVID-19 and who are not in close contact with someone infected with COVID-19. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
How much do the different COVID-19 tests cost?
 
  • PCR test: Falck is offering passengers a PCR test at a cost of DKK 1,050. The test has been approved by the Danish authorities in line with the test provided by the Capital Region of Denmark in their test centres across the country.
  • Antigen test: Falck also offers an antigen test. The antigen test is free for all arriving passengers. Departing passengers can buy the test for DKK 199.
  • Antibody test: Falck offers an antibody test for DKK 299.
How long does it take to get the results?
 
  • PCR test: 4–6 hours at the earliest if the test is taken before 19:00 on weekdays and before 16:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. If the test is taken later, the certificate can be expected the next day between 12:00 and 13:00. The certificate can be sent by email in encrypted form and is best opened on a PC. A printed certificate can also be collected from Falck’s test centre in Terminal 2.
  • Antigen test: 15–30 minutes.
  • Antibody test: 15–30 minutes.
Please note
 
  • Face coverings must be worn upon arrival at the test centre.
  • Please note that there is no guarantee that the antigen test can be used as documentation in the countries you wish to travel to. It is entirely up to each country what type of test is accepted.
  • Please note that it is the responsibility of the departing passenger to know what test is needed.
  • Please note that an antigen test is a different type of test from the PCR test used by the authorities and that the accuracy of the two types of tests may differ.
  • Arriving passengers and crew can be tested airside in Finger E at gate 109 or on floor 2 of Finger C at passport control.
  • The entry requirement of negative test documentation for passengers from high-risk countries remains in force.

The Capital Region of Denmark's test centre

How does it work?
 
  • Travelers may use the test center without booking an appointment (it’s required to show a valid ticket or boarding pass) and the test itself takes about 5 minutes.
  • Danish citizens may find their test result online at sundhed.dk within 1-2 days while foreign citizens will be contacted in the case of a positive COVID-19 test result.
  • In the case of a positive COVID-19 test result, citizens are encouraged to follow the Danish Health Authority’s guidelines concerning self-isolation and contact tracing.
Where is the test centre located and what are the opening hours?
 
  • The test center is located outside at parking P5. The queue will be divided into a line for travelers (no appointment necessary) and test with appointment (targeted at non-travelers), and it’s no longer possible to use the drive-in test function at the COVID-19 test center.
  • The test centre is open 7 days a week from 06.00 to 01.00.
  • The Capital Region Emergency Response service is responsible for the actual testing set-up, facilities, etc.
  • The test staff at the test centre are responsible for the testing itself.
  • It's possible to park for payment at P4/P7. Vehicles with a height over 2,1 meter, please utilize P11.
How quickly, and how do I get the results of my test?
 
  • The test takes just a couple of minutes to complete.
  • Danish citizens can find their test result online at sundhed.dk within 1-2 days.
  • All foreign citizens will be contacted by the national Corona Hotline, but only in the event of a positive test result. If the test result is negative, the foreign citizen will not hear from the national Corona Hotline.
  • In the case of a positive COVID-19 test result, citizens are encouraged to follow the Danish Health Authority’s guidelines concerning self-isolation and contact tracing.
Who can use the test centre?
 
  • The test center is a voluntary offer to Danes and foreign travelers who are arriving in Denmark. Children under the age of 2 are not qualified to be tested at the test center. We recommend you contact your doctor in this case.

  • The test center is reserved for inbound Danes and foreign travelers on foot. Travelers can utilize the test center without prior appointment (it’s required to show a valid ticket or boarding pass), and citizens (non-travelers) need to book an appointment to be able to utilize the test facilities.
Falck offers PCR and antigen COVID-19 tests at Copenhagen Airport
 

What kind of COVID-19 test does Falck offer?

  • As a supplement to the public offered COVID-19 test provided by the Capital Region, Falck now offers two COVID-19 tests possibilities using an anti-gene test and a PCR test. Further, Falck offers an antibody test which can detect if you previously have been infected with Corona virus.
  • Passengers can thus be tested before departure, when in transit or upon arrival.

Where do I find Falck’s test centre at Copenhagen Airport?

  • The test centre is located both before and after the Security Check point:
    • Before the Security Check point: in the western part of Terminal 2 (across P4). The facilities can be used by all departing passengers and other citizens.
    • By Gate E109 close to the Security Check point in the Non-Schengen area. All arriving passengers from high risk countries must enter Denmark through this Security Check point. This applies to both Non-Schengen and Schengen. Both arriving passengers and passengers in transit have the possibility to be tested at this test centre.
    • By Finger C, second floor by the Security Check Point. All arriving passengers from high risk countries must enter Denmark through this Security Check point. This applies to both Non-Schengen and Schengen. Both arriving passengers and passengers in transit have the possibility to be tested at this test center.

Who can be tested at Falck’s test centre?

  • Citizens who are not travelling but wish to utilize Falck’s test facilities can be tested at the Falck test centre located in the Western part of Terminal 2 before the Security Check Point. As the terminal areas are only for passengers and employees with a worthy purpose, citizens who are not travelling should thus use the entrance to the test centre from Lufthavnstorvet located across from P4. 

How much is the COVID-19 test and what is the response time? 

  • PCR-test: Falck offers a PCR test to passengers and citizens with a response time of 4-6 hours and at a price of DKK 1050.
  • Anti-gene test: Falck offers an anti-gene test to passengers and citizens. This test has a response time of 15 minutes. The antigen test is free of charge for all arriving passengers, and is DKK 249 for all departing passengers.

How do I make an appointment? 

  • You do not have to book your Antigen or Antibody test in advance, though it is highly recommended to register online and book in advance to avoid waiting time.

  • Kindly be aware that if you need a PCR test you must call +45 32 31 41 20 prior to use the online booking system
  •  You can book an appointment here.

Please be aware of the following:

  • It’s a requirement to wear face masks at the test centre
  • Please be aware that it is not certain that the anti-gen test or PCR test can be used as documentation in the countries you want to travel to. It’s the specific country’s sole responsibility to decide which test type is accepted.
  • Please be aware that the anti-gene test is different from the PCR test performed in the test centre facilitated by the Government, and the accuracy of the two tests can differ.
  • Arriving passengers and crew can use the test facilities located by Pier E (at Gate 109) or by Pier C (second floor by the Security Check point).
  • It’s still a requirement that people from high-risk countries must have a worthy purpose of entering Denmark and must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before entry.

 

Svenska Q&A

Ankomst till flygplatsen

Jag ankommer till flygplatsen, får jag lov att komma igenom passkontrollen?
 

Om du är svensk medborgare, har permanent adress eller uppehållstillstånd i Sverige, får du komma igenom passkontrollen när du ska köra eller ta tåget direkt vidare till Sverige från Kastrup.

Ska du åka med taxi från flygplatsen i Köpenhamn?
 

Om du ska åka med taxi från flygplatsen i Köpenhamn til Sverige rekommanderes at ni förbeställer en taxi från ett svenskt taxibolag på grund av de strängare restriktionerna mellan Sverige och Danmark.

Behöver jag gå i karantän i 14 dagar i Danmark när jag landar på flygplatsen?
 

Nej inte om du ska direkt vidare från flygplatsen till Sverige.

Behöver jag ett negativt COVID-19 test för att landa på flygplatsen?
 

Ja, för att få planet till Danmark måste du kunna presentera ett negativt Coronatest, som är max 48 timmar gammalt.

När du är på flygplatsen

Regler som gäller när du är på flygplatsen
 

Du kan läsa mer om vilka regler som gäller på flygplatsen här

Resa från Københavns Lufthavn

Får jag resa från Københavns Lufthavn?
 

Ja, du får gärna resa in i Danmark från Sverige för att flyga från Københavns Lufthavn. Du behöver kunna uppvisa en negativ coronatest (som är högst 72 timmar gammalt) och en giltig flygbiljett.  

Måste jag kunna uppvisa ett negativt COVID-19 test för att komma till Københavns Lufthavn?
 

Ja, testet måste vara högst 72 timmar gammalt.

Får man som svensk använda flygplatsen som transit?
 

Ja. Du får gärna korsa den danska gränsen från Sverige för att flyga från Københavns Lufthavn. Du behöver kunna uppvisa en negativ coronatest och en giltig flygbiljett. Du får också gärna landa i Københavns Lufthavn och köra direkt till Sverige igen. Det är obligatoriskt att få ta ett coronatest när du landar i Københavns Lufthavn innan du fortsätter till Sverige.

Får min familj köra mig till flygplatsen?
 

Nej. Det är bara den/de personer med en giltig flygbiljett från Københavns Lufthavn som har tillåtelse att korsa gränsen.

Finns det någon möjlighet att bli testad på flygplatsen innan avresa?
 

Ja Falck erbjuder ett antigentest för kr. 249,- DKK. Du får svar inom 15 minuter. Du behöver dock vara uppmärksam på vilka krav som gäller för inresa i det land som du ska resa till, då vi inte kan garantera att detta test är accepterat för inresa i andra länder.

Har jag möjlighet att åka över bron för att använda regionens testcenter ett par dagar innan avresa?
 

Nej.