Updated: 14 August 2021
Airlines required to collect and deliver passenger information to the Danish health authorities
From Wednesday, 24 February 2021, all airlines arriving at a Danish airport from a foreign destination are required to collect and deliver information on passengers and crew.
The information should be delivered to the Danish Patient Safety Authority no later than 3 hours after arrival at a Danish airport. Flights that arrive after 7 pm are to deliver the information no later than 8 am the following day.
See the rules on retsinformation.dk (only in Danish)
See more information to airlines (Danish Patient Safety Authority)
Separate requirements on mandatory tests and isolation also apply when entering Denmark, depending on country of departure. Read more:
Who is required to test and isolate when entering Denmark?