Denmark's capital and largest city, Copenhagen, is located on the east coast of the nation. The city of Copenhagen was formally established in the tenth century after beginning as a Viking fishing settlement called "Havn." The city serves as Denmark's administrative, cultural, and commercial hub. It is among the most significant tourist destinations in the entire world, but especially in Europe. The city is one of the most picturesque cities in Northern Europe and a pioneer in terms of modern architecture and design, fusing the old with the new. With a vast network of toll-free highways and public roads connecting various sections of the city and Northern Europe, Copenhagen serves as a transportation centre for the region making it a convenient city for travel.

Flying Air India

Whether travellers are commuting for business or pleasure, we at Air India are aware of their needs. A wonderful European journey can begin on our flight from Delhi, India to Copenhagen, Denmark. As a part of its continued efforts to broaden its worldwide reach and give passengers greater choice and convenience through luxurious flying experiences Air India, the country's largest airline and a Star Alliance group member is starting nonstop flights between Delhi and Copenhagen, running three times a week. The new route beginning on February 1, 2023, will provide consumers with the possibility of travelling in First Class, Business Class, or Economy Class. This route offers travellers from India unrivalled service as it is the sole nonstop airline service between India and Copenhagen. One of the key ways Air India stands apart from the competition is by offering customers various choices for travel and connectivity. India is becoming more insistent when it comes to increased connectivity with other countries. This route will meet the demands of travellers looking to connect to Copenhagen, Denmark, one of Europe's Nordic cultural hubs. Flying with Air India will allow you to experience Indian hospitality as well as the best in-flight facilities.

 

Airport Information

Copenhagen Airport is the primary international airport serving the Danish capital of Copenhagen. It is the second-largest airport in the Nordic countries, the fourth busiest airport in Northern Europe, and the busiest airport in Scandinavia for international travel. Around 60 scheduled airlines use Copenhagen Airport, which can accommodate a maximum of 83 operations per hour. Most travellers using the airport are International travellers, unlike other Scandinavian airports. The airport has two check-in terminals, Terminals 2 and 3, which handle all flights. They share a common airside passenger concourse and also house the arrivals area in Terminal 3.

The Copenhagen Airport offers services like

Assistance Centre

Assistance Centre

Foreign Exchange

Foreign Exchange

Lounge

Lounge

Workspace

Workspace

Shuttle Bus

Shuttle Bus

Electric car parking

Electric car parking

Lost and found

Lost and found

Hotel

Hotel

Indira Gandhi International Airport serves Delhi and the National Capital Region, a popular tourist and business destination. Travellers use the airport for both international and domestic travel. In regards to passenger volume, it is India's busiest and largest airport, ranking ninth globally. The airport's international terminal, Terminal 3, connects Delhi to several major cities around the world.

The Delhi airport offers services like

Acess to the Metro and Rail Services

Acess to the Metro and Rail Services

Inter-state and Inter-city bus service

Inter-state and Inter-city bus service

Car Rentals and cabs

Car Rentals and cabs

Inter-terminal shuttle services

Inter-terminal shuttle services

Childcare rooms and baby strollers

Childcare rooms and baby strollers

Foreign Exchange

Foreign Exchange

Paramedic services

Paramedic services