Tags: Copenhagen Airport

WFS Opens News Cargo Terminal 3 in Copenhagen

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has opened its latest and third cargo handling facility at Copenhagen Airport. The new Terminal 3 cargo building adds a further 3,700m² warehouse facility to WFS’ handling infrastructure in Copenhagen, where it handles over 100,000 tonnes of cargo a year, carried onboard passenger and freighter services. Since opening its first Scandinavian […]

Copenhagen Airport Acknowledges WFS’s Latest Expansion as Enabling ‘Future Airfreight Growth’

Copenhagen Airport has acknowledged Worldwide Flight Services’ (WFS) latest investment to expand its cargo handling facilities as enabling ‘future airfreight growth’ for the airport and its airline clients. WFS is the largest cargo handler in Copenhagen, supporting 31 airlines with flights to and from the Danish capital. It also provides cargo handling services for a […]

Copenhagen postpones investments

Denmark’s Copenhagen Airport has announced a series of cost-cutting measures, including the postponing of planned investments, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. After reviewing all business areas, airport management has identified potential savings in the remainder of the year of Dkr250m-Dkr350m (US$37-US$51m) in current operating costs, including costs for marketing, consulting services and external contracts […]

Copenhagen Airport secures EIB loan to fund expansion plans

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed an €81m (US$93m) loan agreement with Copenhagen Airport, Denmark, to help finance a state-of-the-art passenger and hand baggage security screening concept. In addition, the airport’s capacity will be increased by the addition of wide-body aircraft stands and a range of other associated airside infrastructure. Alexander Stubb, vice-president, EIB, […]

Copenhagen Airport names shops and eateries for its new T2

Copenhagen Airport has named 10 of the 25 new shops, cafes and restaurants to be featured at Terminal 2 ahead of its opening in June. Among the new offerings include The Bird – Kissmeyer, Tapa del Toro and Cocks & Cows, in addition to international favorites Espresso House and Pret A Manger. The expansion of […]

Copenhagen Airport invites companies to create Airport Business Park

Major airports in Northern Europe are at an advanced stage of developing cargo and business areas to generate growth and jobs. Denmark risks missing out on that growth, which is why Copenhagen Airport is now inviting Danish and international companies to create an Airport Business Park. More jobs, more exports and even better opportunities to […]

New lounge for long-haul passengers opens at Copenhagen Airport

The new Eventyr Lounge has opened at Copenhagen Airport for passengers flying long-haul. The lounge, located in Pier C after passport control, will cater for travelers flying to non-Schengen countries or on intercontinental long-haul journeys, although any passengers flying via the airport are able to pay DKK250 (US$35) to use the new luxury lounge. Peter […]

CPH: Two construction projects with a price tag of DKK 1.2 billion to create additional capacity for passengers and aircrafts

Following December’s launch of the plan to expand Copenhagen Airport at a cost of DKK 20 billion, CPH is now starting up two major projects – a new Pier E for aircraft and a doubling in size of the transit area in Terminal 2, the busiest passenger area. The expansion of Copenhagen Airport is gathering […]

Copenhagen Airport to expand Terminal 3

Passengers and airlines need more space and better conditions at the airport’s busy Terminal 3. With this in mind, a major expansion is being planned, incorporating a shortcut from the metro to the security check that will give two million passengers an easier passage through the airport. More than 20 million people pass through the […]

Copenhagen embraces Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM)

Copenhagen Airport has become the latest gateway to install new Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) technology, its solutions being provided by Amadeus. The move will provide the airport, its airline customers, ground handlers and air traffic controllers with accurate and synched information on aircraft departures. Christian Poulsen, CIO and vice president for assets and technology […]