Copenhagen Airport still among the world's best at route development
24 September 2014
Location and infrastructure
At the World Routes conference in Chicago this week, Copenhagen Airport was awarded as one of the world’s three best airports at route development in the category of airports with 20-50 million passengers per year.
“Every single air route generates growth, jobs and investment. For this reason, competition among airports and countries to attract and retain new routes has become very intense. We therefore see it as an amazing pat on the back for Denmark that we remain among the world's best at route development," said Ole Wieth Christensen, Director of Airline Sales & Route Development for Copenhagen Airport.
CPH Airport remains world champion
Copenhagen Airport also won the prestigious award last year at the World Routes conference in Las Vegas. In the meantime, CPH Airport has also been awarded Europe’s best at route development.
“Being on the shortlist as one of the world's best at route development shows that the airlines see us as a player that gives them a marketing package of an overall high class, with proper route data, analysis and proposals for the development of new and existing routes. Naturally, we had hoped to win the title as 'world champions at route development,' but we were competing against other strong airports that are also doing a good job giving airlines the best possible material to work with," said Wieth Christensen.
Read more about the World Routes conference here and the original article here.