CPH Terminal Transfer Question

Old Jul 10, 08, 1:07 pm
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CPH Terminal Transfer Question

First time flyer through CPH, will be arriving from FRA and continuing onto SVO. It looks like the arrival and departure of SK flights will be through Terminal 3. I have a bit of a layover, and have access to a lounge in Terminal 2 (Novia Lounge?), how easy/hard is it to get from terminal 3 to Terminal 2 and then back to terminal 3? How long will it take, is there security check, immigration check, etc? Thanks for your help.
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Old Jul 10, 08, 1:51 pm
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The terms Terminal 2 and terminal 3 should only be used when checking in.
Transfering in CPH is easy. Coming from Frankfurt you'll probably land at one of the B gates. The Novia lounge is very close to the start of the B pier.
Your Moscow flight will leave from a gate in C or D. I think their still are a few non schengen gates in A, but not sure. You'll need to clear immigration check as you'll be leaving the Schengen area, but this is very straight forward and although it is a bit of a walk it's not that far.
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Old Jul 10, 08, 2:02 pm
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Originally Posted by Wilbur12 View Post
The terms Terminal 2 and terminal 3 should only be used when checking in.
Transfering in CPH is easy. Coming from Frankfurt you'll probably land at one of the B gates. The Novia lounge is very close to the start of the B pier.
Your Moscow flight will leave from a gate in C or D. I think their still are a few non schengen gates in A, but not sure. You'll need to clear immigration check as you'll be leaving the Schengen area, but this is very straight forward and although it is a bit of a walk it's not that far.
It sounds like its very doable. Great! Thank you so much for quick and informative response.
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