A couple of weekends ago, I headed over to Copenhagen for Saturday night to have dinner with a friend. I got a great deal on some flights with British Airways in Euro Traveller, but as I’ve posted enough about their product and service, won’t review it again. Suffice to say, when they’re cheap, it’s a perfectly fine way to get from A to B.
Copenhagen itself seemed a fantastic city, however with only 24 hours there, plus the fact it was only 5°C and raining the entire time, I’m not sure I got the best of it. On the list to spend more time in.
It’s been a few years since I was last at Kastrup, and the airport has now invested in a lounge in the non-Schengen area of the terminal, where British Airways and a number of other airlines fly from.
I was only there for an hour or so, but was actually quite impressed. It is located on the third floor of the terminal, with some great views of the apron, and all the comings and goings of the aircraft.
There were a decent amount of seats, all of which had handy power sockets. They were all spread a fair distance from each other too, meaning it didn’t feel crowded at all.
There was also a decent variety of hot and cold food available too, including Danish hotdogs.
There was everything else that you’d expect in a business class lounge including an espresso machine, a reasonable selection of basic sprits, plus also a wine dispensing machine, which I’ve not seen before.
The wifi was free and fast, allowing me to download a few episodes of “Call my Agent” from Netflix to watch on the flight back.
There were also some showers available, although I didn’t use them.
And I guess that was it. It was a perfectly pleasant place to wait for an aircraft for an hour or so. Nothing earth-shattering, but ticked all the boxes.