Passengers on flights to Aalborg Airport (AAL) will catch glimpses of the North Sea before touching down in Denmark's third-largest airport. Aalborg is home to North Jutland, the country’s main vacation destination, which means that during the summer season the terminal can get quite crowded. The rest of the year, Aalborg Airport (AAL) is busy but the facility is also well-organized. Over 1 million travelers pass through this modern facility each year.
After disembarking from flights to Aalborg Airport (AAL), travelers can grab a bite at the on-site cafe. In the arrivals hall, there are ATMs and a currency exchange office. Visitors can also choose from among various ground transportation options. The car rental agencies Avis, Hertz and Europcar all have offices inside the terminal. The city center is 6.5 kilometers from the airport, and taxis can be quite expensive. A cheaper option is the No. 2 bus to downtown. Bus service ends around 11 p.m., but visitors arriving late can take a taxi 2 kilometers to the Lindholm train station.
There are many flights from Copenhagen, and frequent direct service from many Northern European cities. Air Norway, Atlantic Airways, Climber Sterling, Iceland Express, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines all offer flights to Aalborg International Airport (AAL).