Roskilde named best business airport

Focus is on delivering “excellent personalised service”
Executives and business travellers from Europe, Russia and the Middle East get the best service when flying to business meetings in their private jets at small Roskilde Airport near Copenhagen, it has been announced.
After several years in the top ten of the European Business Air News ratings, Roskilde, owned by Copenhagen Airport, has now been named Best Business Airport ahead of 400 airports in Europe, the Middle East, Russia and Africa.
“Being in the top ten was a great achievement for Roskilde Airport, but making it to number one this year is nothing short of amazing,” said airport manager Lars Lip.
In addition to personal service, a VIP lounge, “ultrafast” checking in and fast arrivals, Roskilde Airport has extra services for the pilots and crews, such as maintenance facilities, rest facilities and competitive fuel prices. It has 1,800 private business jet take-offs and landings each year.
“One of the new services we offer is to drive our clients pretty much right up to their aircraft,” said Mr Lip. “Obviously, our terminal and facilities can’t really match other business airports like Farnborough, Munich or Geneva. Instead, our focus has been on delivering excellent personalised service, and our dedicated staff have really delivered on this.”
The airport has 36 employees and is home to about 25 companies employing a total of 300 people.
TTG Nordic


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