Taking weapons on your trip

Contact your airline well in advance if you want to bring weapons for hunting or competitions with you on the trip.

Arrive early because the weapon must be checked by airport staff.

Permits and Forms
If you are traveling to an EU country, you must have a valid weapons licence, weapons permit and hunting license, which will be checked at the airport.

If you are traveling to a country outside the EU, you must, in addition to the valid weapons licence, present a complete weapons declaration (A + B), which can be downloaded at this link on the Danish Police’s website.

You must also complete a weapons form, which can be downloaded here.

To save time, it would be best to complete both forms before you arrive at the airport. The forms may also be obtained at the airport.

How should weapons and ammunition be packed?
• Weapons and ammunition are not allowed in hand luggage and must therefore be checked in as luggage
• The weapon must not be loaded
• If possible, the weapon must be disassembled and packed in different pieces of luggage
• The ammunition must be packed separately from the weapon in a separate suitcase
• The ammunition must not exceed a net weight of 5 kg

Taking weapons on board (Traffic Authority's website)

Ammunition in Checked Luggage (Traffic Authority's website)