Copenhagen by Private Jet

Charter your Private Jet to Copenhagen in 2019

Fly private to Copenhagen and meander through the Hygge streets of this modern European capital, home of the New Nordic cuisine, spectacular landscapes and high-tech corporations headquarters. Not only is Copenhagen a fantastic travelling spot with traditional food markets and piers, but it’s also a wealthy and vibrant city. Being awarded as Europe’s easiest place for doing business in 2012-2017, this city offers plenty of opportunities to invest as well as to recruit highly-skilled employees. Friendly attitude shapes the culture of this nation, where both leisure and business travellers like to make their ways. Discover how convenient travelling private to Denmark’s capital can be, and learn about how GlobeAir makes your travels easier.

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When is the Best Time to Visit Copenaghen?

Delve into Copenhagen’s famous Hygge spirit with a visit to Denmark’s capital during the winter months. Christmas markets, the delicious smell of cinnamon, hot chocolate and uncountable possibilities to shop will give you more than one reason to book your flights. In the autumn months, you will be able to cycle pleasantly around Copenhagen for a traditional experience before the Christmas temperatures strike. When the lines to some of the most-visited city attractions are shorter, that’s when you can enjoy sightseeing without a worry.

Why Fly Private to Copenhagen?

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Fly from € 5,513

GlobeAir offers private jet charter to Denmark’s capital all year around. Whether leisure travellers prefer to head to Copenhagen during the winter and the summer times, we register an increase in private jet charter demands during the autumn months. GlobeAir operates at Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport (CPH). Located just 15 minutes away from Copenhagen’s city centre, Kastrup Aiport offers optimal connections for your national and international flights.

Leisure Travel in Copenhagen

Scandinavia’s most bustling city offers plenty of attractions to its tourists. Once a fishing village and a strategic port in the Baltic area, Copenaghen is today the symbol of slow travelling and high living standards. Advocating for the rights of work-life balance, Danes have built their identity on their relaxed yet efficient attitude. It is not uncommon for tourists to take off to Copenhagen for days full of relaxation. The city flaunts many art galleries and museums worth visiting, as well as amusement attractions in the neighbouring area: the Legoland Billung, the Bakken Amusement Park, the city’s Aquarium and Zoo and the Eskperimentarium.

What are Copenhagen’s must-sees?

The Tivoli Gardens are a perfect location to start your tour of Copenhagen downtown. Offering a wide range of events and attractions throughout the year, they boast some of the fanciest restaurants of the capital. With a themed outlook matching almost every festivity, this is where Halloween, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Easter are celebrated with parades and open-space celebrations. Stroll around the Strøget, Copenhagen’s largest shopping area and learn about Denmark’s royal family with a visit to the Amalienborg Palace. For all of those who may be interested in day-trip possibilities, we recommend that you head to the city of Elsinore. There, you will be able to visit Kronborg Castle, one of the most famous Danish castles of all. Travel back in time with a view of the Hamlet drama performed on an open-air stage in the castle’s courtyard to live a real exclusive experience.

What are the best restaurants in Copenhagen?

If you are aiming for the very best, in Copenhagen there is a wide range of starred restaurants that will leave you pleasantly surprised. According to the latest luxury travel guides, Copenhagen is the premise of 15 Michelin-starred restaurants. Among the listed venues, the Geranium stands out with its three stars, followed by two-star restaurants the a,o,c and the Kadeau. A list of all 1-star restaurants follows:

What are the best hotels in Copenhagen?

Famous for its design hotels like the celebrated Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen is where you’ll sojourn at some of the most lavish hotels in Europe. Let us know your tastes, and we will strive to find the perfect hotel for you. Reserve a suite at the Nimb Hotel in the Tivoli Gardens or stay at the famous Hotel Sankt Petri located in the heart of the city. With its retro decorations, the one-of-a-kind Hotel Alexandra is the only retro hotel and a city classic. Some other ultra-elegant suggestions include the following five top hotels in Copenhagen:

  1. Hotel d’Angleterre
  2. Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
  3. Nobis Hotel
  4. AC Hotel by Marriott Bella Sky Copenhagen
  5. Sanders

Where is Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport?

What is the best way to travel to Copenhagen?

Denmark’s capital city is easily accessible by plane, Copenaghen Airport being located just 15 minutes away from the city centre. As the majority of the Danish population prefer to drive with a bus or a fast train to downtown Copenhagen, GlobeAir is able to arrange all your preferred transfers according to your taste and needs.

Sample Itineraries with Prices

Paris → Copenhagen

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  • Flight Time: 1h55

Geneva → Copenhagen

  • Flight Time: 2h15

London → Copenhagen

  • Flight Time: 1h50

Events in Copenhagen in 2018 and 2019

  • Halloween in Tivoli
  • Hubertus Hunt
  • Christmas in the Copenhagen Zoo
  • Classical Christmas Concerts in The Church of Holmen
  • 2019 IHF World Men’s Handball Championship
  • Paskaferie
  • CPH Stage
  • Distortion Dance Festival
  • Copenhagen Photo Festival
  • Copenhagen Jazz Festival
  • Copenhagen Cooking and Food Festival
  • Big Art at Charlottenborg


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