Aarhus Airport | Image by kitmasterbloke from flickr
Approximately 36 kilometers from Aarhus, is the Aarhus airport. The airport was, interestingly, built by the German Air Force in 1943. Until the 1990s, the airport was used by the Danish air force and its allies as a war base. The airport still has a section dedicated to military training exercises, with the last exercise having been conducted in 2007.
The airport has two runways, and caters to approximately 5 lakh tourists and travellers every year
The airport is really small, and does not have a lot of facilities, albeit, it is sufficiently comfortable for the tourists!
The airport has a single terminal, and operates with 15 flights per day. The airport does not have lounges or exquisite shops for the tourists to relax and entertain themselves. The single terminal that the airport has a WI-FI facility, one restaurant, a cafe, and a duty free shop.
Overnight stays are not available at the airport. The terminal is operational 90 minutes before the first flight is to depart, and is shut down approximately 30 minutes after the last flight arrives.
Don't worry much! It is not like the airport will not keep you entertained at all! On its airside, the airport has beautiful gardens with water moving in small waves, as if it's thriving to touch you! The gardens have gorgeous plantations, which you can peacefully stare at without a care in the world!
There are a number of transport facilities for travelling from the airport, lined outside the arrivals. From airport buses and trams to self-driven cars and private taxis, the tourists will never have to sweat a single drop at the Aarhus airport!
All in all, Aarhus airport is a small, cozy, and convenient airport, which does not keep busy, and caters to the needs of the tourists and travellers well.