Copenhagen one of Europe’s fast growing hubs

2016 off to a good start for Europe’s airports overall
Copenhagen is the third fastest-growing large airport in Europe, according to the trade association ACI Europe in its latest traffic figures, with only Istanbul and Dublin faring better.
In what ACI categorizes as “Group 1” airports, welcoming more than 25 million passengers per year, Copenhagen saw 12.9% growth in January year-on-year, compared to 19.3% at Istanbul SAW and 17.1% at Dublin. Barcelona El-Prat and Madrid-Barajas followed with lower scores.
In Group 2 (10 to 25 million passengers), Cologne-Bonn leads the way (+30.4%), then Alicante (+18.8%), Malaga (+13.5%), Budapest (+12.1%) and Prague (+12.0%).
Group 3 (five to 10 million passengers) is led by Berlin SXF (+44.0%), Ibiza (+19.1%), Bucharest OTP (+14.7%), Faro and Fuerteventura (+14.3%) and Porto (+14.0%).
Stats include all types of passenger flights – full service, low cost, charter and others. Overall, passenger traffic across the European airport network in January grew by an average of 6.3%.
TTG Nordic


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