Copenhagen Airport wins international efficiency award for the tenth time

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Copenhagen Airport in Denmark has been rated the most efficient airport in Europe for the tenth time in the past twelve years. The airport won the Europe’s Most Efficient Airport award at the Air Transport Research Society (ATRS) World Conference, held in Singapore on July 2-5, 2015.

Thomas Woldbye, CEO of Copenhagen Airports, the airport operator, said, “We see this award as recognition of our efforts to strengthen our position as one of the most important hubs of northern Europe. Although this is the tenth time in twelve years that Copenhagen Airport has won the award for being Europe’s most efficient airport, we do not take it for granted. We are constantly working on increasing customer satisfaction and efficiency through automation and self-service solutions, which also means that we are reducing costs for our partners: the airlines, handlers, concessionaires and all other operators at Copenhagen Airport.

“It is part of our DNA that we insist on operating an efficient airport, as it strengthens our competitive position with ensuing benefits both to ourselves and to our business partners. Our Airport Optimisation Department, which we set up a few years ago, works continually to both assess our current efficiency and to launch new initiatives that will make us even more efficient in future.”

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