Aarhus Airport (AAR) Information
German soldiers originally constructed Aarhus Airport during WWII, but the facility remained unused until it welcomed its first civilian flights in the latter years of the 1940s. Despite the airport's distance from the seaside Jutland city of Aarhus, roughly 600,000 passengers pass through its single terminal each year.
This airport currently supplies non-stop Scandinavian Airlines flights to Copenhagen
, Ryanair flights to Malaga
, EuroLOT flights to Gdansk, and British Airways flights to Gothenburg
. Seasonal connections to Alicante
), and Moss (Norway
) are also available, in addition to numerous charter services.
The terminal boasts a maximum capacity of two million passengers per year. Yet passengers wishing to access many international destinations will need to fly from the bigger Billund Airport, just under 100 km / 62 miles away. Aarhus is the biggest city on Denmark's Jutland peninsula and ranks just behind Copenhagen on the list of Denmark's most populous cities.
Aarhus Airport (AAR)
Address: Stabrandvej 24, Kolind, DK-8560, Denmark, DK
Tel: +45 087 75 7000
This airport's Kolind / Tirstrup location is 40 km / 25 miles north-east of Aarhus, whose main attractions are its Old Town living market town museum, its Tivoli Friheden amusement park and one of Denmark's busiest harbours.
Aarhus Airport (AAR) Guide
- The KOKpit restaurant serves cold meals and drinks before flight departures
- Conference rooms seat between eight and 50 people
- FLYBUY shop selling cosmetics, alcohol, perfumes, sweets and Danish souvenirs
- Duty free shopping for passengers bound for destinations outside the European Union
- Car hire supplied by Hertz, Europcar, Sixt, Avis and Budget
- Wireless Internet access payable by credit card
- Catering services
- Rejsecenter Djursland tour agents
- Large car park with 1,500 available spaces
Motorists can access the airport from Aarhus along Route 15, which is also known as the Fruerlundvej and passes by the towns and suburbs of Lystrup, Hjortshoj, Skodstrup, Vorre, Segalt and Ronde. If you are coming from Randers, take Route 21, via Krogsager, Syvveje and Morke. Of note, foreign driver's licences are accepted by most of the airport's car rental companies, but motorists from outside Europe should also carry an International Driving Permit.
A queue of taxis awaits passengers outside of the Arrivals area. Apart from Aarhus, popular taxi destinations include Ebeltoft, Grenaa and Randers. Taxi services are provided by local cab companies such as Favrskov, Noerager, Norddjurs and Thorsager.
The bus transporting passengers to and from the rail station and airport of Aarhus is numbered 952X. This bus meets passengers after every flight, accepts most major credit cards and will take payment in five different currencies. Aarhus Airport is also a stop on the 212 bus route between Randers and Ebeltoft, which travels between the two cities approximately six or seven times per day.