Denmark

Denmark

You should fly with Austrian Airlines to Denmark and see the landscape! Once the seat of Viking raiders and later a major northern European power, Denmark has evolved into a modern, prosperous nation. Sports are popular in Denmark, with football ranking highest in popularity and counted as the national sport, followed by gymnastics, handball and golf. Another trait of Danish culture is "Hygge", which translates into cosy or snug. It usually involves small, quiet dinners in people's homes, with long conversations over candlelight and red wine in the company of friends and family. Denmark is often praised as being one of the greenest countries in the world and with all the rain that falls there, it makes sense. Denmark is also green in a conservation sense. For example, it costs extra at a grocery store for plastic bags. It is recommended to bring your own grocery bags.

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Timetable Denmark

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07:10

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CPH
09:00
OS301 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
Non-Stop
travel duration: 1:50
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15:10

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16:55
OS303 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
Non-Stop
travel duration: 1:45
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20:20

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22:10
OS307 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
Non-Stop
travel duration: 1:50
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16:50
OS911 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
OS7582 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
1 Stop
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travel duration: 6:45
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Eat in Denmark

Eat in Denmark
Formel B
Rune Jochumsen and Kristian Moeller are in the same league as Tim  Mälzer and Jamie Oliver. It's just that they're not quite as famous...at least outside of Denmark. The people of Copenhagen, at least, have known about their talents for ages, and they are also aware that it's just a matter of time before a visit to Formel B is called for. Take the chance and enjoy the quiet before the storm. This place offers a fabulous mix: French cuisine made from Danish ingredients. If you like the taste, which you undoubtedly will, then you can visit again and again and again. The set menu is changed every two weeks.
Laundromat Café
Klai's Dinner

Shopping in Denmark

Shopping in Denmark
W.Ø. Larsen
Cigarettes, cigars, snuff and pipes have been sold in this fragrant shop since 1864. A packet of Camels, please? Woah, wait a minute! You don't have to smoke manufactured cigarettes here; instead, you can also try over 100 different tobacco blends from the premises. Queen Margaret II thinks this place is great-she personally buys her Karelia Slims here, which she loves to smoke in her pyjamas out on her castle balcony in the morning!
Dyrberg/Kern
Stilleben Shop

Sights in Denmark

Sights in Denmark
Vor FrelsersKirke
In 1750, a twisted spire with spiral staircase was added to the Saviour's Church. And who was the first person to be allowed to climb the 150 steps up the 90m high tower? None other than King Frederik V. The view from the tower over his city must have knocked his socks off. Anyone who wants to follow in his footsteps needs to be free of giddiness though, because the church is really tall and space suddenly becomes very tight. For people who don't want to take the climb, you should at least go and have a look at the church. The altar, with its marble columns and three-storey organ case, are well worth seeing. The altar plinth is borne by two elephants which is a main feature of the decoration. The tower is only open from April to October
Langelinie
Christiania

Stay in Denmark

Stay in Denmark
Hotel Copenhagen
The modern hotel Copenhagen Island is located directly by the harbour of Copenhagen. The well-lit hotel complex was designed by Kim Utzon Architects and opened in the year 2006. All in all the hotel has 325 air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi internet access. The hotel also offers special rooms for allergic guests that for example differ in terms of special bedding.   The restaurant The Harbour offers a far view onto the harbour and the neighbourhood through its glass facade. Since there are numerous conference rooms the hotel is also suitable for seminars of various sizes.   The hotel also pays attention to the environment - and that has already paid off. In 2008 the hotel was awarded the Green Key certificate. A double room starts from 200 euros per night.
D'Angleterre
Nimb Hotel

Top Questions

Is there internet on board?
What do I need to do if my baggage is missing for more than 5 days?
In case we were unable to trace your baggage within 5 days we kindly ask you to fill in the "Baggage Questionnaire" form and send it to vielzos@austrian.com.
Please note: It is very important for our further tracking process that you provide a detailed list of the contents of your lost bag.
Up to how long before departure can I check in online?
Overview check-in deadlines for your departure airport
What costs apply when changing a booking?
To change your booking details you pay a rebooking fee and a handling charge, depending on the type of ticket. If you rebook in a higher booking class you will also have to pay the difference between the original fare and the new one. As a general rule, you may rebook your ticket in the same booking class or a higher one ֠provided there are still seats available..