Through travel we connect people and places, and connections are more important now than ever.
Here you'll find the latest information about travels to Copenhagen as well as the latest entry requirements, such as registration forms for arriving passengers to fill in, quarantine rules, and other practical information.
Note: if you plan to fly from Denmark to Iceland, read important information on our Visiting Iceland page.
As countries open up again, travel restrictions are fast-changing. Travelers should look into the current rules that apply to them for the destination they wish to visit (for example, requirements for a COVID test or possible quarantine, what documentation is required), and also for rules that apply to their return trip (for example, the need to quarantine after returning home).
As of Saturday, September 26, 2020, travelers from Iceland are not permitted to enter Denmark without legitimate purpose. A legitimate purpose can be:
More information can be found on the official Danish police website.
Also on the official Danish police website you can see the restrictions around arrivals, quarantine requirements, and other related information.
For answers, refer to the online information provided by the authorities: Entry into Denmark.
More official resources:
Thanks to historic ties and family connections, flights between Iceland and Denmark are one of the mainstays of Icelandair.
Icelandair offers 2-3 daily flights connecting Keflavík and Copenhagen.
See updates to our flight schedule for the coming weeks.
We understand the need for reassurance, so we encourage you to read more about the current situation in Denmark by visiting these official websites of the Danish authorities:
As countries open up again, restrictions are often changing. These are excellent resources for up-to-date information surrounding issues such as wearing face masks, social distancing, and gathering bans.
For the latest rules regarding arrival in Iceland, please read our FAQ.
After arriving to the USA from the European Schengen area, which includes Iceland and Denmark, CDC (the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends that travelers stay home and monitor their health for 14 days. More information about what to do after arriving to the United States is available on CDC’s Returning from International Travel webpage.