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Copenhagen Airport Served +20M Passengers So Far

    During the first nine months of 2023, Copenhagen Airport saw a significant increase in passengers, with 20.3 million people traveling through. This number represents a 24 percent year-on-year growth. As we approach the school autumn break, it is expected that Friday, October 13th, will see over 100,000 passengers passing through Denmark’s largest airport.

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    Copenhagen Airport Returns to Profit

      Copenhagen Airport recorded a pre-tax profit of DKK 167 million (24.6 million USD), resulting in an overall pre-tax profit of DKK 108 million (15.9 million USD) for the first half of the year.

      Copenhagen Airport Warns Of COVID-19 Economic Crisis

        “The situation is developing much faster and more dramatically than what happened during the financial crisis, after 9/11, the ash cloud and any other event that has impacted on aviation since the Second World War,” says Copenhagen Airport CEO Thomas Woldbye.

        Copenhagen Airport Expansion Begins

        Copenhagen Airport has begun work on two major projects which form part of its DKK 20 billion expansion plans announced in December: a new Pier E for aircraft and a doubling in size of the transit area in Terminal 2.

        More Airline Food You’ll Want to Make at Home

          Readers will recall that Hawaiian Airlines’ cooking show offers great quick recipes, and cooking tips from local chefs, for when you’d rather be at the beach. But if you’re dreaming of Napoli, hungry for risotto, and have always wanted to make the perfect Cannolo, the Alitalia food channel has you covered.

          CPH’s Record Growth Delivers DKK 1.7bn to Danish Economy

          Copenhagen Airport is growing, as one of the best performing airports in Europe despite increasing socioeconomic negative pressures on European airports.
          • CPH hosted to three million people in July, the highest number of passengers ever to travel through the airport in a single month, and 9.6% more passengers than it served in July of last year.

          • During the first six months of 2016, 13.7 million passengers travelled through Copenhagen Airport, which represents an increase of 11.0% over H1 2015.

          CPH Wants You To GO! Catch-‘Em-All ELSEWHERE

          Due to a recent incident of a Pokémon GO Player interfering with the safety of flyers at the terminal, Copenhagen Airport has issued a special, very bright, very attention-getting Airside Safety Alert. It warns Pokémon GO Players against hunting on airport grounds.

          Easter Was Hopping at Copenhagen Airport: 11% Growth

            Copenhagen Airport passenger numbers grew by 11.2% this March over 2015, continuing a pattern of strong growth at the beginning of the year. Total year-to-date traffic grew by 13.4%.

            March passenger numbers reached 2.3 million, mainly driven by a strong Easter the airport states. Numbers for March were also higher because Easter traffic was not spread over two months this year.

            Ryanair Brought More New Passengers to CPH Than Any Other Airline in 2015

              The report compares the passenger growth contribution of major carriers serving Copenhagen Airport.

              European low-cost carriers flying to and from Kastrup contributed nearly 30% of passenger growth at the airport in 2015.

              Ryanair contributed growth in excess of 350,000 passengers from March to December 2015, during its first year of operations out of the airport.

              Copenhagen Airport Reports Continuing Record Growth

                Copenhagen Airport (CPH) has released its annual report for 2015, showing record passenger numbers and solid earnings for the year.

                The airport set a new passenger record for the fifth successive year in 2015, with more than 26.6 million passengers.

                CPH reports that international passenger growth was a primary driver for growth, with the introduction of new long-haul routes, strengthening its position as an international hub in Northern Europe and intensifying its competition with the major European airports.

                Schengen Free Transit Policy Meets Its End in Border of Denmark and Sweden

                Sweden’s new photo ID document requirements for travellers trying to cross the border between Denmark and Sweden go into effect as of midnight tonight, marking a key turning point in Europe’s Schengen Zone agreements.

                Starting Monday, Sweden will require all travellers wishing to cross its borders to present a valid passport or similar national photo ID. Minors under the age of 18, accompanied by an adult with a valid ID will not be subject to the checks.