Copenhagen Airports A/S

Copenhagen Airports A/S Copenhagen Airports A/S is the listed company that owns and operates the airports at Kastrup and Roskilde. They are 1900 committed employees entrusted with everything from planning the airports’ future and the services they offer to the daily cleaning and maintenance of the airport. Founded in 1925, Copenhagen Airport was one of the first civil airports in the world. The early...

Sonderborg Lufthavn

Sonderborg Lufthavn In 1950, Ingolf Nielsen buys Sønderjyllands Flyveselskab (Airline of South Jutland) and starts to undertake photoflyings etc. from the fields of Ellegaarden near Sønderborg. In 1957, Ingolf Nielsen starts to fly taxiplane services Sønderborg - Copenhagen en route. At that time SAS monopolised all danish domestic flights, and therefore no regular en route flying was in question...

Karup Airport

Image - Karup Airport In the 1960, the idea of establishing an airport for the middle- and western part of Jutland flourished. The concept of providing the sourrounding area with a route connection to Copenhagen. Allready there were airports in the cities Tirstrup, Billund and Aalborg, who offered regular flights and they were, and still is, an essential part of the area they are each situated in....

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...

Roskilde Airport

Image - Roskilde Airport Roskilde Airport is a small and exclusive airport at an attractive location near Copenhagen. Roskilde Airport is located eight kilometres south of Roskilde, between the towns of Gadstrup and Tune. The airport lies 40 kilometres from the Copenhagen city centre and 45 kilometres from Copenhagen Airport at Kastrup. The airport is owned and operated by Copenhagen Airports A/S (CPH...

Aalborg Airport

Aalborg Airport September 1936 launched Denmark's first domestic route, Aalborg Copenhagen, which over the years has been the greatest. With three airlines on the route to Copenhagen, and up to 20 daily departures are less air, which makes Dublin a suburb of Copenhagen - or vice versa. In 1936 it was only 277 passengers, in the winter darkness made it necessary to suspend flights. They were...