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Billund Airport is West Denmark's International Airport and Herning’s closest airport
Serving annually 2.7 million passengers, the airport provides all of West Denmark with easy access to many international destinations.
An array of airlines have flights with direct connections to Billund from more than 50 European destinations comprising important central airports such as Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris, Helsinki, Istanbul, Brussels and London.
Via the main Hub airports Billund is connected to, the airport is reachable from more than 530 destinations across the World.
Although car parking is free in Herning, car hire in Denmark is expensive, MHC Herning recommended that you contact Go Shuttle, who offers daily transfers to and from Billund Airport.
It is also possible to go by bus. See departures at www.rejseplanen.dk.
Copenhagen Airport is situated only 5 miles outside of Copenhagen city centre. With 60,000 passengers a day it is the busiest airport in Scandinavia.
The airport contains three terminals, which are all interconnected. Terminal 1 is for domestic flights. Terminal 2 and 3 are for international flights and routes to Greenland and the Faroe Islands. All international arrivals are at Terminal 3.
It is possible to get a connecting flight from Copenhagen Airport to Billund Airport via SAS airlines. The flight takes approximately 50 minutes www.flysas.com.
The easiest way to get to and from the airport is by Metro. There are also train departures for Herning from the airport. See more at www.rejseplanen.dk.
Herning is well connected to the rest of Denmark by rail. See all departures at www.rejseplanen.dk.
Herning railway station is located right in the city center near Hotel Scandic Regina a few minutes’ walk from MCH Herning Kongrescenter and DGI Hotel.
It is very easy to get to and from Herning by road. The Motorway E45 takes you right to the city center.
Car hire in Denmark is expensive, we recommend you check prices before you travel.
Public parking spaces in Herning are free of charge, however they are often subject to time restrictions. You must display a disc in the front window to indicate parking start time. You can buy a time indicator disc at gas stations. Private parking spaces in Herning may charge a parking fee. Follow the directions of the signs.
City buses travel around the city. See departures and arrivals at www.rejseplanen.dk.