Not just for kids: Legoland calling!

On 01.08.2007, the Danish airline Cimber Air introduces a service between Berlin and Billund
As of 1 August 2007, the Danish airline Cimber Air will be connecting Berlin-Tegel and Billund. The small town of Billund in Jütland, Denmark, is situated some 70km north of the German border. Billund is famous for its Legoland theme park one kilometre north of the town, which is reputedly Denmark’s most-visited attraction outside Copenhagen. Legoland occupies a ten-hectare area and consists of around 42 million lego pieces.

Cimber Air will provide a daily service on its new route. Flights each take approximately 70 minutes and depart Berlin-Tegel at 14.30h and Billund at 12.55h. A 50-seater CRF Regional jet will be assigned to the new route. A complimentary light meal and beverages will be served on board.

Flights can be booked on the Internet at, by email through or by phone on 0045-7010-1218.

All flights can also be booked through the Berlin Airports portal for modern travel from, via and to Berlin. Flights can be put together and booked in a matter of clicks. Additional options, such as a flight change insurance, transfer services and also cultural and event tips for Berlin, complete the offering.

Spokesman Lars Wagner

Lars Wagner Head of the Press Office / Spokesman
Berlin Brandenburg Airport

+49 30 6091-70100 +49 30 6091-70070


Bjarne Rasmussen Cimber Air

+45 7412-2322