Copenhagen

The airport of the future will look different, but more importantly it will also be sustainable

An impending capacity crunch in airport and aerospace infrastructure from the rapid rise in global air transport may have been averted – or at least

DATA SPOTLIGHT: Copenhagen Kastrup Airport

This year the Corporate Travel Community (CTC) will feature some topical insights into the world’s airlines, airports and country markets. Here, using the extensive profile insights

Copenhagen airport has lofty long-haul ambitions and is not afraid to steal long haul routes from rivals to feed its own hub

Copenhagen Airports’ CEO Thomas Woldbye recently said the company aims to attract “even more long haul routes” to draw passengers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany,

Denmark’s second city is on the rise – now Aarhus airport’s new CEO is throwing down a challenge to Copenhagen and the nation’s main hub

Growing from a fortified Viking settlement originally founded in the eighth century, to a small market town seven centuries later, Aarhus is now the cultural

Northern European cities continue to dominate as most liveable locations for European expatriates, but Dublin shines with ranking rise

Copenhagen in Denmark and Bern in Switzerland offer the best liveability standards for European expats, scoring at the top of ECA’s ranking for over seven

SAS adjusts Hong Kong service, returning to its Copenhagen core

Asia has not been easy for SAS, which has struggled with a high cost base, indifferent airline partners and being superseded in the region by

Airport Insight: Copenhagen Kastrup Airport

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

Cathay Pacific to debut new Hong Kong connections to Brussels, Copenhagen and Dublin

Asian carrier Cathay Pacific has confirmed an anticipated expansion of its European network, facilitated by the arrival of its new Airbus A350-900 airliners.  The Hong

New Dreamliner deliveries drive Air India’s interest in Scandinavia

Air India is targeting the Scandinavian market for growth as it introduces not one, but two new routes into the region during the second-half of

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