Flight delay compensation

Flight delay compensation

Whether you're just here to transfer for a few hours or if you've got half a day left of your holiday, Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark is the perfect final stop before continuing your journey.

Is your flight delayed?

Are you stuck in Copenhagen Airport?

Normally that is most annoying thing, but don’t waste your time in Copenhagen Airport.

Go to National Aquarium Denmark and have a wonderful time with hammerheads, big rays, thousands of piranhas and cute sea otters and compensate your time.

Got a half or a full day left before leaving Copenhagen for home?

It’s the last day of your trip and there’s less than 24 hours left before you fly back home. No plans because where else can you go with all your luggage in tow other than the airport?

Don’t panic. There’s no point boring yourself by sitting in the airport terminal waiting for your flight.

Pack your bags, check out of the hotel, and come and visit us at Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark where you can see patrolling hammerhead sharks, beautiful rays, and cute sea otters.

Getting from Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark to the airport

If you are coming from the city centre, you can either hop on the free shuttle bus that leaves from the Central Station (from 1 April – 30 September), or take the metro that stops just 600m from Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark.

We’re also just one metro stop away from Copenhagen Airport, meaning getting to your gate and on your way after your visit is quick and easy.

Don’t worry about bringing all your luggage with you – we have lockers that can accommodate even the largest suitcases.

Transferring in Copenhagen and looking for something fun to do?

Waiting for a connecting flight and got a few hours to spare? Don’t despair. There’s no need to wander round the airport watching the hours slowly tick by.

The metro runs directly from the airport to Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark and is just one stop away. You can spend a few or a lot of hours here marvelling at the amazing life of our oceans.

Children under 3 are free