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Traveller's Point of Entry in Denmark

Pet animals, brought into Denmark directly from non-EU member states, must enter Denmark through one of our Traveller's Point of Entry where they are subjected to documentary and identity checks by the competent authorities.

There are three ​Traveller's Point of Entries in Denmark:

Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup
Kystvejen 16
DK-2770 Kastrup
Phone:+45 72 27 64 40
Fax: +45 72 27 64 51
E-mail: bipcph@fvst.dk

 

Billund Airport
Lufthavnvej
DK-7190 Billund
Phone: +45 72 27 69 00
Fax: +45 72 27 56 03
E-mail: bip.syd@fvst.dk

 
Aalborg Airport
Ny Lufthavnsvej 100
9400 Nørre Sundby
Ph.: +45 72 27 50 00
Fax: +45 72 27 50 04
E-mail: aalborgfallesgransen@fvst.dk
 
 
Entry of pet animals brought directly into Denmark from non-EU member states through any other border crossing, airport or port is illegal.
 

Pet animals coming from Andorra, Faeroe Islands, Gibraltar, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican can enter Denmark through any border crossing and are not subjected to documentary and identity checks by the competent authorities unless random checks are carried out.

 

Here, you may find a link to Traveller's Point of Entry in other EU Member States, if you travel to Denmark via another EU Member State. If so, the documentary and identity checks must be conducted at the Traveller's Point of Entry at the external borders of the Union:

Traveller's Point of Entry in other EU Member States

The Entry control is carried out by Customs on behalf of the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration.

 

 

Last Modified 16. May 2018