Airport World - Joe Bates
Copenhagen Airport and the Fraport Group have become the latest airport operators to post improved results for the first half of 2022.
Denmark’s capital city airport reports that eight out of ten passengers are back, it has taken on an extra 500 staff to cope with rising demand, and that it is close to breaking even financially after a busy Spring.
While the Fraport Group notes that its revenues are “noticeably up” – by 66% to be precise – as Frankfurt Airport and its global network of airports have been buoyed by rising traffic levels.
Copenhagen bouncing back
Its monthly passenger numbers trebled in the first six months of 2022, from 821,000 travellers in January to almost 2.3 million in June. A total of 9.4 million passengers have passed through the terminals at Copenhagen Airport during the first half of 2022.