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Copenhagen Airport named third-best airport in the world for business travellers

Copenhagen Airport has been named third-best airport in the world for business travellers by the international magazine Business Traveller at an award ceremony in Frankfurt, Germany Thursday evening.
Business travellers are regular patrons of Copenhagen Airport. A full 42% of the airport’s passengers are business travellers – and, it would seem, satisfied business travellers.
On Thursday evening, the international magazine Business Traveller named Copenhagen Airport as the third-best airport in the world for business travellers. The award was based on a questionnaire survey completed by around 1,300 German readers of the magazine.
According to Copenhagen Airport’s chief operating officer Kristian Durhuus, who collected the award, the airport maintains a continual focus on ensuring efficient operations combined with high-quality passenger services such as lounges and food & beverage outlets.
“We’re delighted with the award as third-best airport in the world for business travellers,” says Kristian Durhuus. “A major reason for this success is undoubtedly Copenhagen Airport’s direct connections to 165 destinations, combined with a very high operating and service level at the airport, as a result of which we’ve repeatedly been named Northern Europe’s best airport.”
“We’re continually working to create the best possible experience for all our passengers, so we’re very proud to receive the award,” continues Kristian Durhuus. “Among other things, business travellers benefit from a highly efficient central security checkpoint that has been named the best in the world. We’re also one of Europe’s most efficient airports, which means that punctuality is very high and flights take off on time. At the same time, we have a wide range of culinary experiences and lounges for passengers.”
The business travellers rated Singapore as the world’s best, closely followed by Zurich and Copenhagen.
•Business Traveller is a high-end magazine about business travel that is published in a number of countries around the world. With distribution across airlines and airports, Business Traveller is an in-flight/airport magazine aimed at the business community. For further information, see www.businesstraveller.de.
•In 2016, Copenhagen Airport had 42% business passengers and 58% leisure passengers.
•This year, Copenhagen Airport was named Northern Europe’s best airport – with the world’s best security.
•Copenhagen Airport has been named the most efficient airport in Europe 12 out of 14 times.
•At this year’s FAB Awards, Copenhagen Airport won the prestigious Airport Food & Beverage Offer of the Year award for the Europe region, i.e. Europe’s best café and restaurant selection.
•In the previous two years, Copenhagen Airport won the Airport Food & Beverage Offer of the Year award at global level.
•Copenhagen Airport currently offers passengers a choice of seven lounges. The latest is the new 850 m2 luxury Adventure lounge in Pier C after passport control. In October, a non-Schengen lounge will open in Pier D.
•5,000 passengers use the lounges every day, around a third of whom are leisure passengers.
•In 2016, Copenhagen Airport had 29 million passengers and offered 165 direct routes, including 36 to long-haul destinations, making it Northern Europe’s most important transport hub.


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