Bornholm Airport (RNN) is a small domestic airport serving Rønne, Denmark. The town of Rønne is located on Bornholm, an island in the Baltic Sea, floating off the country's east side. Due to the city's remote location, Bornholm Airport plays a big role in transporting passengers to and from Mainland Denmark. Taking an airplane to Rønne is also a faster, smoother alternative than the ferries that also make this journey.
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Bornholm Airport is situated 5 km from Rønne's city centre. To reach the downtown core, Canadian travellers have a few options. If you prefer to drive or take a taxi, the trip will take you less than 10 minutes by car. The fastest route is driving up Søndre Landevej. Public transportation is also available. The #3 bus only takes 16 minutes to bring passengers into city centre from Rønne's airport. But be aware, the bus only runs once per hour! For Canadians who want to rent a car in Rønne, check out Skyscanner's car hire listings.
Only two airlines use Bornholm Airport's runway in Rønne: Danish Air Transport and Alsie Express. Together, this duo offers domestic flights to a handful of destinations within Denmark. Danish Air Transport provides travel to Aalborg, Billund, and Copenhagen, while Alsie Express flies into Sønderborg.
Since Bornholm Airport is a domestic airport, it doesn't host any direct flights to and from Canada. To arrive at this Danish airport, Canadian travellers are encouraged to fly to Copenhagen Airport (CPH) and catch a connecting flight from there. Hosting many of the world's biggest airlines, CPH is extremely well-connected internationally. Canadians can travel to Copenhagen directly from Toronto with Air Canada.
For such a small airport, Rønne's Bornholm Airport provides surprisingly abundant amenities. Throughout the facility, free wifi is available to passengers. No login required. For your dining needs, there's Hos Casper, the airport's on-site café. They're open every day from noon to 5 PM and serve up a delicious menu of sandwiches, seafood entrées, and homemade burgers. Hos Casper also offers kid-friendly dishes. Other amenities at Bornholm Airport include a children's play area, banking ATMs, and Bornholms Lille Boghandel, which is known as "Denmark's smallest bookstore."
With a population of 13,579, Rønne is the biggest town on Denmark's island of Bornholm. This quiet city on the Baltic Sea doesn't see a lot of international tourism. However, Rønne's history is an interesting one. Originally founded in the Middle Ages, the town was once an important hub for the thriving herring industry! When fishing dried up, in the 18th century, Rønne's inhabitants turned to... clockmaking! Indeed, their beautiful Bornholmerure grandfather clocks remain famous throughout modern-day Europe. If you're thinking to visit this Danish seaside port, Skyscanner offers a wide array of Rønne hotel listings.