Cheap flights to Denmark
With signature stylish design that permeates everything from architecture to fashion, your camera will adore Denmark from its far-flung territories to its vibrant capital. Make your Instagram feed the envy of all your friends back home with a holiday to this Scandinavian locale. At Student Flights, we've got access to some of the cheapest Denmark airfares with plenty of well-known airlines to get you there in style.
Flights from Australia to Denmark touch down at Copenhagen Airport (CPH), which is around 8 kilometres southwest of the Danish capital. To get from the airport to the city centre, take a bus, train or opt for a 15-minute metro trip, and then make your forward journey elsewhere by train or boat. Taxis are also available.
Flights from Australia to Denmark take off from Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne. From Sydney to Copenhagen, the flying time is between 22 to 30 hours, depending on the length of the stopover. Other flights may be longer if they include more stopovers, most likely in Asia, Europe or the Middle East. During the flight, international airlines offer a meals, drinks and snacks service as well as various in-flight entertainment. For flight-specific services, refer to our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Denmark
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Denmark:
Denmark Holiday Packages
Australia can boast ties to the Danish monarchy, thanks to Princess Mary, so you should expect the royal treatment too with savvy savings on your Denmark flights and accommodation in our holiday packages. Our personalised packages and holiday specials can net you free hotel nights, free breakfasts and plenty of other cool extras, so just ask our friendly Student Flights travel consultants about our latest Denmark deals.
Denmark abounds with things to do for the young and young at heart. One of the most famous landmarks is The Little Mermaid, a small bronze statue in Copenhagen that pays homage to Danish author Hans Christian Andersen's famous tale. Your inner child will also want to go to Legoland Billund – the multicoloured building blocks originated in Denmark, after all. The Vikings are another childhood fave and their seafaring heritage that can be viewed in museums all over Denmark. And for the ultimate anti-authority stance, see Christiania, a self-governing area of Copenhagen and counter-culture hub.
Our dedicated Denmark Travel Guide should be your first port of call when planning your Denmark holiday. And, if you need some assistance arranging the finer details of your holiday package or tour requirements, call our Student Flights travel consultants for the latest info about flights, accommodation and more.