Scared of getting in trouble in Scandinavia!

by Emily
(UK)

My brother and I had the wrong ticket to the airport, one zone when it should have been two, we were confused and didn't know it was the wrong ticket. We appealed last August but no luck. This week (June 2017) I got a reminder to pay the fine and that they had added 100dkk.

I see that they delete records of this after 18 months. If I were to travel somewhere else in Scandinavia, say Sweden, before the 18 months was up, would I be liable to pay? And after 18 months will I end up in trouble if I return to Denmark?

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Trouble in Denmark
by: Charlie

I do not believe that Denmark shares it's list of people who have fines in Denmark with Sweden or Norway or anyone else for that matter. Of course, I do not know for sure, yet have never heard of a case of this happening. Suggest you either pay the fine or stay out of Denmark for 18 months.

There are no travel routes that require 1 zone. The min. zones is always a 2 zone ticket. Copenhagen to the Airport is a 3 zone ticket.You can only buy a 1 zone ticket if you need to add a zone to your ticket. Say if you already have a 2 zone ticket but your route is actually 3 zones, you can buy an additional 1 zone ticket. It is an add on ticket only.

Charlie

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