Esbjerg Airport is West Jutland’s gateway to the rest of the world. The airport serves a catchment area of more than 1.6 million inhabitants and 900,000 workplaces, all within a 90 minute radius.
The airport is located less than 15 minutes from Esbjerg city centre, and less than 30 minutes from the region’s tourist attractions such as Blåvand, Fanø and Ribe. Esbjerg Airport offers weekly departures to Stavanger in Norway and to Aberdeen and Teesside in the UK.
The E20 motorway is directly connected to the airport and its 700 parking spaces. The airport offers the option of charging electric cars, and five bus lines link the airport with Esbjerg city and the rest of Jutland.