A 4.7% rise in transfer passengers, led by travellers from Poland, ensured that 2.8 million passengers (+0.4%) passed through Copenhagen Airport in September.
Copenhagen Airports CEO, Thomas Woldbye; Fraport Greece CEO, Alexander Zinell; and LabCampus/Munich Airport’s vice president for innovation and creation, Sarah Wittlieb, took centre stage this morning at the opening of the SMART Airports Europe Conference in Munich.
Copenhagen Airport came close to breaking its monthy record for July when 3.1 million passengers passed through the Danish gateway.
Just short of two million passengers passed through Copenhagen Airport in January, 2.3% more than in the same month of the previous year.
Copenhagen Airport will welcome its third new Chinese route this year when Sichuan Airlines launches direct fliights between Chengdu and Denmark's capital city on December 10.
Copenhagen Airport reports that the number of passengers flying to long-haul destinations outside of Europe continues to grow, while traffic within Europe is declining.
A new Pier E and doubling the size of Terminal 2's busy transit area are on the agenda for Copenhagen Airport in the first phase of a DKK20 billion expansion programme designed to raise the gateway's capacity to 40mppa.
A total of 2.29 million passengers passed though Copenhagen Airport in April – a rise of 7.6% on the corresponding month a year ago.
More than 26.6 million passengers travelled through Copenhagen Airport in 2015 – one million or 3.8% more than in 2014.
Traffic growth across Europe’s airports continued its upward trajectory in November, with Copenhagen Airport one of the continent’s top performing gateways courtesy of a healthy 12.2% rise in throughput.