How long is the flight from Copenhagen to Moscow?
In Copenhagen, you could see the Amalienborg palace ensemble, the Little Mermaid installed at the entrance to Copenhagen harbor, the 36-meter Round Tower, visit the National Gallery and the Carlsberg Glyptotek, spend time in amusement parks “Tivoli” and “Bakken Amusement Park”, nightlife “Dubliner”, “Coctail parties” and “Vega”? And now you are concerned about the return flight to Moscow?
How long to fly from Copenhagen to Moscow (direct flight)?
The capital of Denmark and Moscow are 1500 km away (you will reach your destination in 2 hours). So, on board an aircraft owned “Scandinavian Airlines” you will spend 2.5 hours (“Sheremetyevo”), but “Icelandair” - 1,5 hour (“Sheremetyevo”).
The average price of a Copenhagen-Moscow ticket is 8,500 rubles (in May and October you will have a chance to get a ticket at a price of 4,700 rubles).
Connecting flight Copenhagen-Moscow
Connecting flights with transfer in Hamburg, Tallinn, Oslo, Ankara, Belgrade or other cities take from 4 to 23 hours.
Due to stops in Tallinn (“Estonian Air”) travelers will have to spend 11 hours on the road, in Belgrade (“Jat airways”) - 5.5 hours, in Ankara (“Turkish Airlines”) - 15 hours, in Zurich and Vienna (“Swiss”) - 8.5 hours, in Riga (“Air Baltic”, “Transaero”) - 17.5 hours (you will be invited to board 2 planes after 13 hours). Your main carrier “SAS”? He will offer you to fly home in 7.5 hours, stopping in Oslo, 6 hours in Berlin, 4.5 hours in Stockholm, 13 hours in Dusseldorf, 5.5 hours in Hamburg.
Which carrier to choose?
To fly to Moscow, you can use the services of the following companies flying on De Havilland DCH-8, Embraer 195/175/190, Boeing 737-800 and other airliners: “SAS”; “Vueling”; “Scandinavian Airlines”; “Aeroflot”.
Check-in for the Copenhagen-Moscow flight is carried out with the help of the staff of Kastrup Airport (CPH), located 8 km from the center of the Danish capital (you can come here by bus no. 5A, 36, 96N). The airport has catering establishments, vending machines that print boarding passes and baggage tags, ATMs, waiting rooms, shops, currency exchange offices.
What to do in flight?
On the way, it is worth finally deciding who to present gifts bought in Copenhagen, in the form of porcelain (tea sets, Little Mermaid figurines), a local alcoholic drink “Akvavit”, Danish beer (“Jacobsen”, “Tuborg”, “Carlsberg”), miniature bicycles with multi-colored wheels, toy soldiers, constructor “Lego”, handmade silver jewelry in traditional Danish style, mini-copies of famous sculptures of the city.