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Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport

Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport (CPH) is the busiest and most significant air traffic centre in the Nordic region, Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport is still a calming, well-designed space without the hustle and bustle of other airports. Copenhagen’s Kastrup Airport is 8 km away from the city centre. Many major airlines from all over the world uses this Airport, We listed airlines operates flight to and from Copenhagen Airport. After a short walk to the end of Terminal 1, you can take the train to central Copenhagen in around 12 minutes, to Malmö in Sweden – heading panoramically across the Øresund bridge – in 20 minutes and to Stockholm in just four hours. You can also hop on the smooth, driverless Metro to reach the city centre, as trains arrive every few minutes and serve all the major destinations in the city, including Nørreport station and Kongens Nytorv Square near the Nyhavn Canal, as well as the Strøget shopping street.

Dusseldorf International Airport, Germany

The most interesting thing that Dusseldorf International Airport offers is robot valet parking. The valet, nicknamed Ray will park your car when you reach Dusseldorf airport. DUS, Dusseldorf airport has 8400-panel solar array, a solar power plant generating almost two megawatts of energy per year and large monitors displaying the amount of energy the panels are generating and the carbon emission they are preventing.