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Coronavirus - English

Please comply with the recommendations from the authorities – including when using public transport.
You can read the recommendations on

Please show consideration for each other and keep your distance.
Please travel during off-peak hours, if possible.
If you are ill or think you might be infected, do not travel by bus, train or flex transport.

Wear a mask on the bus

Wearing a mask is mandatory on all types of public transport in Denmark.

From June 14th 2021 you can remove your mask when seated. When entering or leaving the bus, and while standing, you still need to wear a mask.

On stations and platforms you no longer need to wear a mask.

Bus drivers are also permitted to remove their mask when seated.

Read the supplement to the nationwide travel rules concerning masks

Avoid crowds

In order to avoid the spread of coronavirus, city buses and regional buses take fewer passengers than usual. The permitted number of passengers is printed on the bus doors.

From April 6th, the limits will be raised, permitting more passengers. This means that each bus permits one passenger per seat and some standing passengers.

  • A 12-metre bus can, from April 6th, transport 45 passengers
  • School busses can transport 40 passengers
  • A 13-13.7-metre bus can transport 50 passengers
  • An articulated bus can transport 65 passengers
  • Education routes (U-busses) can transport 50 passengers
  • The small city buses in Odense (route 10) can transport a maximum of 14 passengers

You can use the travel guarantee again from May 27th 2020, except when a bus cannot permit more passengers due to limitations on the number of passengers.

Keep your distance
From June 14th you can once again use the front row of seats on the busses.

Maintain distance to other passengers whenever possible.

How are the buses running?
Most busses are operating according to normal schedules, with the exception of the night busses on the regional lines. They are not running at the moment because of restricted opening hours for nightlife.

We will update the Journey Planner as soon as possible when changes are made.

You can buy tickets on the bus again
Fra May 6th 2021, you can once again buy cash tickets on the bus or when using flex transport. But we recommend that you use alternatives to prevent the risk of infection.

You can pay with rejsekort, the mobile ticket app or buy a ticket on webshop.fynbus.dk when taking the bus. Both the app and the webshop are available in English and German.

When using flex transport, you can book and pay online.

Flex transport

It is still possible to use the flex transport service, and we have taken a number of steps to lower the risk of spreading virus.

Find out more about flex transport and coronavirus

Would you like to have your ticket refunded?
Depending on your type of ticket, you should call us or write to us to get a refund. Find out how here.

Call us

You're welcome to call us if you have questions or need help.

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Mondays and thursdays: 10-17
Tuesdays and wednesdays: 10-16
Fridays: 10-15

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