Green growth at Copenhagen Airport
After a record 2018 in which more than 30 million travellers passed through Copenhagen Airport, the first quarter of this year has seen a 1.2% increase. In particular, the airport has seen growth of 8-10% in the number of transfer passengers and intercontinental travellers, underlining Copenhagen’s status as a northern European hub. In March this year, CPH Kastrup embarked upon a new climate strategy when the award-winning airport introduced an ambitious initiative. Goals include becoming CO2-neutral in 2019 and emission-free transport to and from the airport by 2030. The need for such a plan has been emphasised by the continued passenger growth. Copenhagen has been named the most efficient airport in Europe on more than one occasion – achieved largely due to the automation of processes. Terminals two and three have recently been expanded and the addition of 80,000 sqm between gates B and C in T2 will be completed by 2028.
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