Airport Train Ticket Fine

by Jennifer

We have had a similar experience to your writer who got a Zone 1:2 ticket to the airport after getting advice from a 'local'. We filled in an online appeal form the next day -and heard nothing. Today, we got a letter in Danish demanding 850 DKK. We can't understand it and don't know how to pay it. The trip was a Christmas present from our kids! After this we will never visit Denmark again. Any ideas on how to sort this out please?


Response: Suggest you read the the suggestions above and not worry about it. A very common problem for visitors and according to a police source, I was given the above information. Again this is only my opinion and not advising anyone to break the law or avoid paying fines, but if you did nothing purposely wrong, than I would do what my conscience says is right.

Charlie - FYIDenmark - Expat in Denmark

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