Esbjerg Airport

Esbjerg Airport

Esbjerg Airport is one of Denmark’s best accessible airports, situated direct at motorway E20 about 10 kilometres east of Denmark’s fifth largest city, Esbjerg.


Esbjerg was one of the first towns in Denmark to have an airport of its own.

On the 18th of July 1937 the first airport in Esbjerg was opened. It was located in Kjersing on a site, which is now part of the town of Esjerg. The unique thing about this airport was that SAS, which was called DDL in those days, set up its first domestic route from there. The frist season ran from the 18th of July till the 15th of September, during which time 337 passengers were carried/serviced.

The airport has business, charter and scheduled traffic. As the only airport in Denmark, Esbjerg Airport has thousands of helicopter operations to and from the oilrigs in the North Sea – a very special kind of traffic.

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Location

Esbjerg Airport John Tranumsvej 22
Esbjerg E 6705
Denmark

Contact Info
Telephone: 
76 12 14 00
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Esbjerg Weather info
Scattered clouds

Location of this weather station:
1.1 km Northeast

Reported on:
Fri, 2018-08-17 01:50


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