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Copenhagen Airport, Roskilde
The Copenhagen Airport, Roskilde is the main airport that serves the town of Roskilde in Denmark. Located 7 kilometers from the town center, the airport lies on the island of Zealand and is owned and operated by Kobenhavns Lufthavne ASS.
This small airport only has one airline operating on scheduled flights and that’s Copenhagen Air Taxi, which brings passengers to and from Anholt. A seasonal flight to Malmo by the airline Flexflight also operates on the airport.
This dual airport used by both civilians and the military contains a hangar and helipad for the Danish Air Force. It services the Eskadrille 722, which is Roskilde’s very own search and rescue team. The airport is also home to more than half of the fleet of the Danish Air Force for their GA Aircrafts.
Though the airport is seldom utilized, there is always a plane either taking off or landing on the runway every 5 minutes because of a local flight school that uses the airport. Several flight schools also use the airstrip for their training, for flying clubs and chartered private flights.
And since the Copenhagen Airport, Roskilde only has one airline and one destination, it is rather known for its fast check in and very short transfer time.
The airport was built in 1973, where it started to operate as a relief airport around Copenhagen. There were plans to build two more airports, but only the Roskilde airport was successfully built. It celebrates its 40th year this year. There have been plans of expansions of the runway plus improvements on the facilities but these have been postponed. Other talks and negotiations with other airlines like Ryanair were also made but didn’t come into fruition.
Inside the terminal building, you can find immigration and customs facilities for international traffic.
The check in counter at the airport is very easy to find. Check in is quick and swift, allowing you to find time to relax before your flight. You can wait at the passenger waiting area where there is free WiFi. There is also a café where Danish food and drinks are served. You can choose from a wide variety of dishes and beverages and can even order a packaged meal that you can take with you to the aircraft.
If you prefer a more private and comfortable area to wait, the airport has a VIP Lounge that provides seating that’s more comfortable, a room separate from the passenger waiting area and a view of the runway that allows you to see arriving aircrafts. You are also provided with free newspapers and other reading materials, as well as free refreshments, cable TV and WiFi.
There aren’t any buses that go to and from the airport because there aren’t a lot of commercial flights, so the primary mode of transportation is by private car or taxi. There is ample space for parking right outside the terminal building, which is for free.
For taxis, they’re also not readily available so you’d have to book one before your arrival at the airport, or call for one once you’re there. If you prefer to drive a car rental, you can also book one with Europcar.