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Flights to Aarhus

Visiting the Danish city of Aarhus is a great city  break option, mixing up art, history, food and family attractions. Getting there is simple, as well. Flights to Aarhus leave from UK airports on a daily basis, and with budget fares available, it's an affordable place to visit whenever a Danish break beckons.

Which is the main airport in Aarhus?

All flights headed to Aarhus will touch down at Aarhus Airport, which is approximately 22 miles north-east of the city. Buses run from the arrivals terminal to Aarhus, and there will be services to meet every flight (even if the flight is delayed). Expect journey times of 45 minutes to one hour.

Which airlines offer flights to Aarhus?

Aarhus Airport is served by a couple of low-cost airlines, allowing UK passengers to pick a fare that suits their budget. Ryanair flies from London Stansted, easyJet flies from Gatwick, while Scandinavian Airlines also schedules flights  from Manchester.

Why travel by plane to Aarhus?

Anyone who is planning a visit to Aarhus will find that flights are easily the best option. Flights take just over one hour 30 minutes, so it's a very short  haul. By comparison, ferries and buses will take 12 hours, and trains via Brussels take almost as long. This means that flights are probably the only realistic option for shorter breaks, providing maximum time to explore what the city has to offer. Moreover, airlines like Ryanair and easyJet offer affordable fares, and passengers can choose to fly from Manchester or London, so convenient departure points should be available. It all adds up to a quick, affordable and hassle-free travel experience.

Before you travel to Aarhus by plane - good to know!

When visitors arrive in Aarhus, picking up an AarhusCard should be a top priority. In fact, it's worth doing so at the airport, as the card includes free bus journeys from the arrival terminal as well as discounts for attractions and public transport. With that in hand, travellers can start to explore. Aarhus is a charming city, with something for everyone. Kids will love the Tivoli Amusement Park, history buffs will happily spend all afternoon at the Old Town Museum and an evening stroll down Møllestien mixes beautiful architecture with a wide choice of eateries and music venues. If visitors want a dose of pure natural beauty, the trails of the Marselisborg Forest are easily accessible as well.

How to Get to Aarhus by Plane

Flights to Aarhus, Denmark take off from many of the UK's biggest city airports, including London Heathrow, London Stansted and Manchester. Airlines such as Ryanair, Swiss and SAS offer regular flights to suit all budgets. This short haul flight takes just under 2 hours from London. Upon arrival at Aarhus Airport, there are several ways to travel into the city itself. The 925X shuttle bus departs directly from the airport on a regular basis, with the timetable structured around flight arrival times. The entire journey takes about 50 minutes as several stops are made along the way. Tickets can be purchased upon boarding the bus. There are also a number of taxi services available from outside the airport, though rates can become particularly expensive if travelling in the evening.

Aarhus

The second largest city in Denmark, Aarhus has the atmosphere of a bustling city while retaining its small town charm. Aarhus draws in students from all around the Jutland area, lending it a youthful vibe thanks to the development of a number of cafes, resturants, clubs and cinemas. Each year it hosts several popular events and festivals, including NorthSide Festival and Aarhus Festuge. There are some great museums scattered around the city, including ARoS, which exhibits contemporary art and installations. Take a stroll around the Old Town, a collection of historic buildings gathered from all across Denmark, and take a trip out to the Tivoli Friheden amusement park situated just a short train journey outside the city.

Airlines: Regional jet, easyJet and CityJet to Aarhus

Regional jet, easyJet and CityJet will get you to Aarhus at great prices. With over 1000 travel companies on Omio, you can find the best flight times, prices and tickets for your trip.

EasyJet is a British multinational low-cost airline headquartered at London Luton Airport (LTN). It’s the largest UK-based carrier based on the number of passengers carried. EasyJet flies to over 150 destinations across Europe and North Africa, making it a popular budget airline for travellers. To keep fares as low as possible, easyJet tickets are non-refundable and no complimentary snacks are provided onboard. All fare types include allowance of one small personal bag, while additional fees apply for carry-on luggage and checked luggage.

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