9 October 2017, Moscow. — Aeroflot informs passengers of longer times of passport control procedures at Copenhagen’s Kastrup airport. Starting 7 October 2017, passengers arriving in/departing the country should undergo passport scanning. The immigration control procedure has remained unchanged for Russian citizens whereas for EU citizens it has become longer and more complicated. This amendment has increased workload on passport control points. By Kastrup airport authorities data, queuing time has gone up 1,5 times and totals now 1-1,5 hours.
Aeroflot advises passengers of SU2659 flight en route Copenhagen – Moscow to arrive early for check-in, at least two and a half hours before the flight.