As governments prepare for the lifting of restrictions on movement, they must make an effort to set uniform rules and regulations governing travel.
CPH expects a high double-digit number of aircraft to be parked at Copenhagen Airport before long.
The new border closures, announced on Friday evening, are limiting entry to Danish citizens, legal residents, and those who have an approved express purpose for their visit.
“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.
The airport is training employees to recognize passengers’ needs through instructional videos, so they are better equipped to handle a diverse range of passenger needs.
“Despite the loss of close to a million passengers, we still performed very well, ending the year at largely the same passenger total as in the record-breaking year of 2018. This reflects underlying growth for the airlines serving the airport,” says Thomas Woldbye, CEO.
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