Flights to Copenhagen from Toronto
Replies: 9 - Last Post: Mar 3, 2013 2:43 PM Last Post By: wdm
Feb 13, 2013 5:42 PM
Im planning on going to Copenhagen from Toronto for 2 weeks at some point this summer. I've been looking at flights throughout the summer period and the cheapest that i can find is $1547 for a return flight. Any idea if the prices will go down at some point? Or are they usually that expensive for summer travel? Ive looked at the seat availability and they seem to be be fairly empty so far. Any feedback would be appreciated.
Feb 14, 2013 1:25 AM
Feb 14, 2013 10:19 AM
Welcome to TT!
I've been looking at flights throughout the summer period and the cheapest that i can find is $1547 for a return flight
I'd suggest you to take a look at Skyscanner, Kayak or any other similar web. You should be able to find cheaper flights if you are flexible with your travel dates.
Feb 14, 2013 12:48 PM
3When I went in the other direction 5 years ago I ended up going to New York since it was much cheaper and taking and overnight Greyhound to Toronto (and got to see New York while I was at it). Have you tried to widen the amount of airports you are looking at in both ends of the trip? You should obviously have some idea about the price of the added local travel in the ends before you buy any airplane tickets.
Feb 18, 2013 11:53 AM
I have tried looking at Momondo.com. It is dkr 6.163 with Iceland air. (1.100 CAD). If you can take the journey in june or late august, crowds and prices in Denmark would be lower. This include flight prices.
If you get the right dates, you can fly from JFK to CPH with Brussels airlines for 5.346 (CAD 963).
Feb 22, 2013 4:09 PM
5You may want to look at other European entry points that connect to Copenhagen on budget airlines Ryanair (from London/Stansted to Malmö/ MMX in Sweden but easy and quick bus connection to downtown Copenhagen), Easyjet or Norwegian. This may require separate tickets and no baggage check-through, though. Check the airlines' web sites for flights to Copenhagen. You will find some surprising transit cities and interesting fares!
Feb 23, 2013 3:17 PM
6Also check Europe entry and exit via Dublin, Ireland, which, being Europe's western-most big city, has the lowest trans-Atlantic fares. Skyscanner.com has excellent fares YYZ-DUB v.v. and DUB-CPH v.v. Note that through-ticket and throughgoing baggage check may not be possible at these low, separate fares.
Feb 24, 2013 7:11 AM
7You may want to look at other European entry points that connect to Copenhagen on budget airlines Ryanair
But don't forget to read carefully the rules of Ryanair (or any other low cost airline) in order to know what will be the real cost of your flight (once you add all the extra fees you could need to pay) and to avoid (unpleasant) surprises. And don't forget that with separate tickets, if you miss one of the flights due to a late arrival of a previous flight, you'll have to look and pay for alternatives on the spot.
Also check Europe entry and exit via Dublin, Ireland, which, being Europe's western-most big city
Just FYI, there are big cities in Europe that are more western than Dublin; e.g.: Lisbon.
Feb 24, 2013 3:05 PM
Mar 3, 2013 2:43 PM
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