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From London Luton: Return flights to Copenhagen £9.98 @ Ryanair
From London Luton: Return flights to Copenhagen £9.98 @ Ryanair

From London Luton: Return flights to Copenhagen £9.98 @ Ryanair

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Why does it have to be London :-((

Still a bargain and various October dates. Some good ones are just one night in Copenhagen but the good timea mean you can actually have two full days.

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Details??? Link just goes to homepage

London Luton only - please could you put this in the title?

Better than stanstead easier to get to.

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To summarise each Tuesday and Wednesday during October a flight to and from London Luton to Copenhagen is £4.99 each way. Cheap, so hot from me!

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5lugger

To summarise each Tuesday and Wednesday during October a flight to and … To summarise each Tuesday and Wednesday during October a flight to and from London Luton to Copenhagen is £4.99 each way. Cheap, so hot from me!



Yep, ideal for 1 night stays, eg Tuesday returning on Wednesday but two full days. The Ryanair site wasn't working well for me to see all availability.

This gonna get smoking HOT!

luton.. erghhhh

So expensive upon arrival but good price to be fair.

Bargain flights... We went a couple of months ago but it's a very expensive city once your there..

What we can in 2-3 days ? Got any suggestions?

Love these flight Rach! Done them twice, once for a trip and the other time when we connected for our cheap USVI flights, get loads of cheap flights from Copenhagen well worth looking for US flights from here and doing a multi city!

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BlueSkies

Love these flight Rach! Done them twice, once for a trip and the other … Love these flight Rach! Done them twice, once for a trip and the other time when we connected for our cheap USVI flights, get loads of cheap flights from Copenhagen well worth looking for US flights from here and doing a multi city! <3



Yep, Norweigan Airlines bargain flights often from Copenhangen, Oslo and Sweden. Works quite well with Copenhagen as with Oslo and Sweden the budget airlines fly from different airports than Norweigan use, but its far easier with Copenhagen.

Budget accommodation, Airbnb, or lots of hotels with shared bathrooms if you don't mind that.

I was on the way back from China when I visited Copenhagen (SAS flight deal, saw Sweden/Lapland on way out and Copenhagen on return). Some ideas on what to do I did a free walking tour which was a good intrto to the city, enjoyed browsing around Nyhavn and the waterfront (the mermaid statue is overrated imo). Tivoli wasn't open when I went, there are also lots of churches, museums, the palace and the castle . . .and Carlsberg.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 26th Sep 2016

Op luton is not london its miles away how the heck they can call it london is crazy

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waterloo

Op luton is not london its miles away how the heck they can call it … Op luton is not london its miles away how the heck they can call it london is crazy



I'm from the North West, anything South of the Midlands is London to me! Anyway, I was copying Ryanair, they said London

rachelandgromit

I'm from the North West, anything South of the Midlands is London to me! … I'm from the North West, anything South of the Midlands is London to me! Anyway, I was copying Ryanair, they said London


I know wasn't being funny to you, but london is around 35 miles from luton it's a joke how these airlines say london luton, stansted, southend ect. The only airport i class as in is london city airport.

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waterloo

I know wasn't being funny to you, but london is around 35 miles from … I know wasn't being funny to you, but london is around 35 miles from luton it's a joke how these airlines say london luton, stansted, southend ect. The only airport i class as in is london city airport.



I've flown from Luton and it wasn't too bad either (taking the toll rd). Parking costs were reasonable too.

I did this flight last month. Luton is having some major renovations done at the moment so the airport is a huge construction site. There aren't many places to sit, food is scarce and expensive and there were masses of people all squeezed into a tight space.

Cheap though!

Luton's easy to get to for anyone living nearby. I've just flown to Berlin from there and it couldn't any easier. There is a shuttle bus that runs 24hrs a day that takes you to the station for £2. You can buy this as an add on with your train ticket. Just make sure you buy it to the airport and get off at the parkway. I can recommend Berlin for those on budget. Pretty cheap as cities go.

waterloo

Op luton is not london its miles away how the heck they can call it … Op luton is not london its miles away how the heck they can call it london is crazy



I agree. Went there once, never again.

I live in Twickenham and some people don't consider it "London" Even though it's well within the M25. Luton is well outside the M25, but it's called London, Luton. :\

Smoking hot! Copenhagen does have a reputation for being very expensive, but just like London, if you stay away from the tourist traps, it is reasonable. Granted the exchange rate at the moment is not great.

garethsmith72

Better than stanstead easier to get to.


There isn't an airport at Stanstead... but there is one at Stansted.

Hot Hot. But the only thing putting me off going is the hotel prices.
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