Billund International Airport is located on the Jutland Peninsula, 2 km from the city of Billund, famous for being home to one of Denmark’s most famous attractions, the Legoland theme park. It is Denmark’s second largest airport in terms of passenger traffic after Kastrup.
Billund Airport has one terminal and is served by both charter and scheduled airlines. Among others, popular European low-cost carriers such as Ryanair and Wizz Air land here.
Free wireless internet access is available throughout the terminal.
The classification of the International Air Transport Association gives Billund Airport a code ‘BLL’.
The official website of the airport is www.billund-airport.com.
From yhe airport to Billund and Aarhus
At the terminal exit there is a car park for many bus routes linking the airport with Billund and other Danish cities.
City buses 119, 143, 144, 166 and 179 take you directly to the centre of Billund, which includes the Billund Centre cultural complex, including the library, theatre, church and exhibition halls.
If Legoland is what you’re after then either of these plus bus lines 43 and 44 will do. Find timetables and routes for all of these bus lines by following this link – www.sydtrafik.dk/køreplaner/billund-kommune
The cost of a one-way ticket is 22 Danish krones (€3) for adults and 11 for children.
There is also a free shuttle bus running between the airport, Legoland and the city centre every day, including weekends, especially during the summer months. The timetable can be found here.
If you choose to use a taxi company, a five-minute ride to the centre of Billund will cost 80 Danish krones.
Without leaving the airport, you can go straight to Aarhus, Denmark’s second-largest city, popular with tourists for its architectural attractions and cultural events.
You’ll need bus line 912X, which stops at the terminal exit. The fare is 180 Danish krones (€24) and the journey time is 1.5 hours. You can buy tickets from the driver.