Copenhagen Airport (CPH/EKCH)
New routes and frequency possibilities and why these routes would work
|New York – JFK|
|Market potential of 102,848 passengers one way was recorded travelling from CPH to JFK during 2011 with one or more stops.|
|Market potential of 76,393 passengers one way was recorded travelling from CPH to LAX during 2011 with one or more stops.|
|Market potential of 61,872 passengers one way was recorded travelling from CPH to SFO during 2011 with one or more stops.|
|Market potential of 60,994 passengers one way was recorded travelling from CPH to MIA during 2011 with one or more stops.|
|Market potential of 50,089 passengers one way was recorded travelling from CPH to EMA during 2011 with one or more stops.|
|Additional unserved routes required by Copenhagen Airport:|
|Hong Kong||Denpasar, Bali|
|Delhi||Ho Chi Minh City|
Other Major reasons to serve this airport
- CPH is the largest airport in Scandinavia and its geographical location makes it the best gateway to Northern Europe.
- Copenhagen and the Øresund Region form the largest growth centre in Scandinavia.
- The region includes the metropolitan area of the Danish capital – Copenhagen – as well as southern Sweden, the most densely populated area in Sweden.
- The CPH catchment area covers most of Denmark and all of Southern Sweden which accommodates 40% of the entire Swedish population.
- The Copenhagen area is the region in Scandinavia which global corporations usually choose for their headquarters, not least because the area has 11 universities with a total of more than 135,000 students.
- In particular, the region is the leading area in Scandinavia in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology (Medicon Valley), IT and food.
Marketing and other support
Copenhagen Airport offers very competitive airport charges discounts on all non-served destinations. Additionally we offer to send out a press release on the new route to the Danish and South Swedish press along with a press trip if requested. Also we will arrange for a reception at the gate for the inaugural flight to celebrate the new route with the airline and the first passengers. Please contact us to hear what we can do for you!
Copenhagen is the Capital of Denmark and centrally located in Scandinavia. With the highest population density in the region, and the 2nd highest propensity to travel in Europe, CPH is the best gateway to Northern Europe.
- 30 minutes: 1.3 million people.
- 1 hour: 2.6 million people.
- 2 hours: 4 million people.
Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors
Contact route development specialist for further information.
- CPH is situated only 8 km southeast of Copenhagen city centre.
- The motorway is literally placed at our doorstep combining the airport with both the city centre and Southern Sweden via the Øresund Bridge.
- Both the regional train and the Metro are placed in continuation of Terminal 3.
- The Swedish city of Malmö, for example, is just 20 minutes away eastbound, while Copenhagen city centre is 12 minutes westbound.
Infrastructure & Operations:
The maximum capacity of the run way system, which consists of three runways, is 83 mixed operations per hour.
- Runway 22L/04R – 3300 m – CAT III, Runway 22R/04L – 3600 m – CAT II, Runway 12/30 – 2800 m – CAT I.
- CPH is slot coordinated by Airport Coordination Denmark (firstname.lastname@example.org). No slot constraints.
- 24 hours a day operations – no curfew.
- Terminal 1 is for domestic traffic and terminal 2 and 3 are for international traffic.
- Min Connect Time: 30 minutes.
- 73 CUSS check-in kiosks free of charge for all airlines.
- 148 stands of which 43 are served with by air bridge.
- Possibility of 25 minutes turn around.
Important infrastructure developments and/or other news
- In 2010 CPH Go, a dedicated low cost pier was opened. CPH Go is located in a new extension with direct access from the D pier to six new gates. CPH Go is a concept designed to increase airline efficiency.
- In 2007 a new Central Security Checkpoint was finished which doubled security capacity from 8 to 16 lanes. Currently the transit area is being expanded and redesigned as well as reconstructing and expanding capacity on Pier C (for all non schengen traffic) which will be finished in September 2008.
- A number of important construction projects were completed in 1998: a pier connecting the domestic and international terminals; a new arrivals hall; new modern baggage handling facilities; an underground railway station with two large underground parking facilities; and above it all, the impressive delta-shaped terminal (Terminal 3). The first stage of the new Pier D was completed in the spring of 1999.
- See further plans for the future here.
- Total passengers 2011: 22.7 million
- Transfer/locally departing split: 25% / 75%
- Low Cost traffic constituted 18% of total traffic in 2011 and exceeded 4 million LCC passengers
- Largest carriers: Scandinavian Airlines followed by Norwegian, Cimber Sterling and easyJet