Just short of two million passengers passed through Copenhagen Airport in January, 2.3% more than in the same month of the previous year.
ACI Europe today confirmed that 2018 was a good one for Europe's airports, which saw passenger numbers rise by 6.1% to 2.34 billion.
Detroit Metropolitan Airport handled more passengers last year than it has since 2007, a total of 35.2 million passengers (+1.5%) passing through the Michigan gateway.
Amsterdam Schiphol handled 1.7 million tonnes of freight in 2018 to maintain its status as Europe's third largest cargo airport.
A number of European airports hit all-time traffic highs in 2018, some of the biggest upturns in traffic reported to date happening at Frankfurt (7.8%), Edinburgh (+6.5%) and London Luton (+5%).
London's Heathrow Airport broke the 80 million passengers per annum milestone in 2018, accommodating 80.1 million (+2.7%) during a record breaking year.
Nice Côte d'Azur Airport has become one of the first airports in the world to announce its 2018 traffic figures, the French gateway handling a record 13.8 million passengers (+4.1%) last year.
As part of its Brexit contingency planning for a no-deal scenario, the European Commission yesterday tabled a series of legislative proposals aimed at mitigating the worst impacts of a possible disorderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) broke new ground yesterday when it welcomed its 25 millionth passenger of 2018 – reaching the annual milestone two years ahead of forecast.